These utilities re-arrange TeX DVI files, creating DVI files as output.
Dvibook rearranges pages so that the file can be printed as a booklet on a
Dvitodvi rearranges pages according to a complex page specification. It can
be used to rearrange for booklet printing, extract odd or even pages, overlay
pages, and many other functions.
These programs require the Chris Torek's DVI library, which is included in
the SeeTeX distribution, available from a good archive near you.
The relevant parts of the SeeTeX distribution are now included in the tar file
version of this distribution. The full SeeTeX distribution is still available
from ftp.dcs.ed.ac.uk:pub/tex/SeeTeX, among other places. Coming soon; Dvisep,
a colour separator for DVI files.
dvibook – Utilities for manipulating DVI files
The collection comprises:
– dvibook, which will rearrange the pages of a DVI file
into ‘signatures’ as used when printing a book;
– dviconcat, for
concatenating pages of DVI file(s);
– dviselect, which will select pages from one DVI file to
create a new DVI file;
– dvitodvi, which will rearrange the pages of a DVI file
to create a new file; and
– libtex, a library for manipulating the files, from the
old Seε-TeX project.
The utilities are provided as C source with Imakefiles, and an
MS-DOS version of dvibook is also provided.
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