Sorry about the finger trouble on the last mail for this.
Many thanks to those who replied. They are
David Wolfskill <email@example.com> who wrote
Don't know about a2ps, but enscript, nenscript, & genscript will make
PostScript versions of ASCII files, and I would expect to find a package
for one of those at sunsite.unc.edu.
Rick Kelly <firstname.lastname@example.org> who wrote
Get enscript from prep.ai.mit.edu. It compiles out of the box on
Christophe Colle <email@example.com> who wrote
genscript or nenscript are tools which do what you want. Both are known on many archie-servers. genscript is available at anygnusite (like ftp://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu/)
<Jean-Philippe.LEROY@st.com> who sent me a copy of version 4.3
<firstname.lastname@example.org> who wrote
Have you tried with /usr/openwin/bin/mp command?
"Birger A. Wathne" <birger@Vest.Sdata.No> who wrote
I can't remember if mp was included in SunOS 4.x. I think it was.
I think it was included with OpenWindows, so look in /usr/openwin/bin.
"Karl E. Vogel" <email@example.com> who wrote
Your best bet would probably be to try one of the public versions of
Either one can convert ASCII to PostScript.
Dan Pritts <firstname.lastname@example.org> who wrote
you can pick up enscript (perhaps called genscript) from a GNU
distribution site. does what you want.
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