DVIasm is a TeX utility program written by Jin-Hwan Cho, that is designed for editing DeVice-Independent (DVI) files directly. It consists of a single Python program, dviasm.py, in a human readable text format and it runs on any platform in which Python is installed. All revisions of DVIasm can be downloaded at http://svn.ktug.or.kr/viewvc/dviasm/?root=ChoF It is fully documented at http://tug.org/TUGboat/Articles/tb28-2/tb89cho.pdf (TUGboat) http://ajt.ktug.kr/assets/2008/5/1/0201cho.pdf (Asian Journal of TeX) Jin-Hwan Cho <chofchof_at_ktug.or.kr>, the developer of DVIPDFMx.
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dviasm – A utility for editing DVI files
A Python script to support changing or creating DVI files via disassembling into text, editing, and then reassembling into binary format. It supports advanced features such as adding a preprint number or watermarks.
Introduction to the package|
Extensions to accommodate multi-octet characters
|License||GNU General Public License|
|Copyright||2007,2008 Jin-Hwan Cho|
|Contained in||TeXLive as dviasm|
create and/or process text representation of a DVI file|