A DVI to PDF translator
DVIPDFM is a DVI to PDF translator developed by Mark A. Wicks.
This is dvipdfm, a DVI to PDF translator. I wrote this mainly as
exercise to get at the features of PDF I wanted to experiment with. You're
probably wondering why I don't use PDFTeX. I am a bit of a purist and I
would rather use TeX unmodified as Donald Knuth left it.
You can get it or the manual from
or if you prefer FTP:
October 19, 2000 - Version 0.13.2
This release adds preliminary support for TrueType fonts.
Also this release fixes two problems in the makefile that have been
causing some people difficulties getting dvipdfm to compile. One of these
problems was the test for compress2() (which was incorrect). The second
problem occurs because some make implementations don't honor CPPFLAGS. An
dvipdfm - Produce PDF files directly from DVI files
dvipdfm [options] file[.dvi]
The program dvipdfm generates a PDF file from a DVI file.
DVI files are the output format produced by TeX. Output from
groff can be converted to DVI format using grodvi.
dvipdft(1) teTeX dvipdft(1)
dvipdft - create
ebb(1) teTeX ebb(1)
ebb - extract a
2000-07-25 Mark A. Wicks <email@example.com>
* Changed version to 0.13
dvipdfm was written by
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