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The X75, X75-12, X100, and X100-12 devices, which allow groff output to be conveniently viewed on an X display using the standard X11 fonts, are now included here. They were previously in a separate package, groff-x11.
Besides these, the groff package contains man pages describing the language and its macro sets, info documentation, and a number of supplementary programs:
- gxditview, which is used to display the output of the X* devices, and can also be used to view PostScript output from groff; - grn, a preprocessor for pictures in the 'gremlin' format; - tfmtodit, which creates font files for use with 'groff -Tdvi'; - hpftodit, which creates font files for use with 'groff -Tlj4'; - afmtodit, which creates font files for use with 'groff -Tps'; - refer, which preprocesses bibliographic references for use with groff; - indxbib, which creates inverted indices for bibliographic databases used by 'refer'; - lkbib and lookbib, which search bibliographic databases; - addftinfo, which adds metric information to troff font files for use with groff; - pfbtops, which translates a PostScript font in .pfb format to ASCII for use with groff; - mmroff, a simple groff preprocessor which expands references in mm; - pic2graph, which converts PIC diagrams into cropped image files; - eqn2graph, which converts EQN equations into cropped image files.
All the standard macro packages are supported.
Some facilities only work if certain recommended packages are installed:
- ghostscript, netpbm, psutils: required for HTML output; - imagemagick: required for the pic2graph and eqn2graph programs; - libpaper1: paper size detection in dvi, lbp, lj4, and ps devices (falls back to a4 if not installed).
This directory contains the examples for the `chem' language written in the book: Computing Science Technical Report No. 122 CHEM - A Program for Typesetting Chemical Diagrams: User Manual by Jon L. Bentley, Lynn W. Jelinski, Brian W. Kernighan The book is available in the internet at <http://cm.bell-labs.com/cm/cs/cstr/122.ps.gz>. Many of the examples had to be fixed. Unfortunatel more»
This directory contains examples for the `chem' language. You can view the graphical display of the examples by calling groffer <file> `groffer' calls `chem' automatically. If you want to transform example files to a different format use the `roff2*' programs: `roff2dvi' prints dvi format to standard output, `roff2html' generates html output, `roff2pdf' outputs pdf mode, `roff2ps' produce more»
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ADDFTINFO(1) ADDFTINFO(1) NAME addftinfo - add more»
AFMTODIT(1) AFMTODIT(1) NAME afmtodit - creat more»
CHEM(1) CHEM(1) NAME chem - groff more»
EQN2GRAPH(1) EQN2GRAPH(1) NAME eqn2graph - conv more»
GDIFFMK(1) GDIFFMK(1) NAME gdiffmk - mark d more»