[tex-k] dvipsk -- one more patch

Peter Breitenlohner peb at mppmu.mpg.de
Sun Jan 30 17:09:21 CET 2005


I'd like to suggest the attached patch which fixes various (minor) typos in
the dvips.1 manpage.

Peter Breitenlohner <peb at mppmu.mpg.de>
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diff -ur dvipsk-5.95.orig/texk/dvipsk/dvips.1 dvipsk-5.95/texk/dvipsk/dvips.1
--- dvipsk-5.95.orig/texk/dvipsk/dvips.1	2005-01-22 19:46:45.000000000 +0100
+++ dvipsk-5.95/texk/dvipsk/dvips.1	2005-01-30 00:51:45.000000000 +0100
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
 .I options
-.IR file [.dvi]
+.IR file [\fB.dvi\fP]
 See the Texinfo documentation instead.
@@ -18,11 +18,11 @@
 The program
 .B dvips
 takes a DVI file
-.IR file [.dvi]
+.IR file [\fB.dvi\fP]
 produced by TeX (or by some other processor such as GFtoDVI) and
 converts it to PostScript, normally sending the result directly to the
 (laser)printer.  The DVI file may be specified without the
-.I .dvi
+.B .dvi
 extension.  Fonts used may either be resident in the printer or defined
 as bitmaps in PK files, or a `virtual' combination of both.  If the
 .B mktexpk
@@ -89,7 +89,7 @@
 .B -D num
 Set the resolution in dpi (dots per inch) to
-.I num.
+.IR num .
 This affects the choice of bitmap fonts that are loaded and also the
 positioning of letters in resident PostScript fonts. Must be between 10
 and 10000.  This affects both the horizontal and vertical resolution.
@@ -161,7 +161,7 @@
 as an additional header file. (However, if the name is simply `-'
 suppress all header files from the output.)  This header file gets added
 to the PostScript
-.I userdict.
+.IR userdict .
 .B -i
 Make each section be a separate file.  Under certain circumstances,
@@ -251,7 +251,7 @@
 PostScript printers.  Old versions of TranScript in particular cannot
 handle modern Encapsulated PostScript.
-.B \-noomega
+.B -noomega
 This will disable the use of Omega extensions when interpreting DVI files.
 By default, the additional opcodes
 .I 129
@@ -263,7 +263,7 @@
 positions, i.e. the memory requirements of dvips will be slightly larger. If
 you find this unacceptable or encounter another problem with the Omega
 extensions, you can switch this extension off by using
-.B \-noomega
+.B -noomega
 (but please do send a bug report if you find such problems - see the bug
 address in the
@@ -275,11 +275,11 @@
 If no file name is given, the default name is
 .I file.ps
 where the .dvi file was called
-.I file.dvi;
+.IR file.dvi ;
 if this option isn't given, any default in the configuration file is
 used.  If the first character of the supplied output file name is an
 exclamation mark, then the remainder will be used as an argument to
-.I popen;
+.IR popen ;
 thus, specifying
 .I !lpr
 as the output file will automatically queue the file for printing.
@@ -305,7 +305,7 @@
 .B -p num
 The first page printed will be the first one numbered
-.I num.
+.IR num .
 Default is the first page in the document.  If the
 .I num
 is prefixed by an equals sign, then it (and any argument to the
@@ -344,7 +344,7 @@
 In addition, another file called
 .I ~/.dvipsrc
 is searched for immediately after
-.I config.ps;
+.IR config.ps ;
 this file is intended for user defaults.  If no
 .I -P
 command is given, the environment variable
@@ -384,44 +384,44 @@
 .B -t papertype
 This sets the paper type to
-.I papertype.
+.IR papertype .
 .I papertype
 should be defined in one of the configuration files, along with the
 appropriate code to select it.  (Currently known types include
-.I letter,
-.I legal,
-.I ledger,
-.I a4,
-.I a3,
-) You can also specify
-.I -t landscape,
+.BR letter ,
+.BR legal ,
+.BR ledger ,
+.BR a4 ,
+.BR a3 ).
+You can also specify
+.BR -t " " landscape ,
 which rotates a document by 90 degrees.  To rotate a document whose size
 is not letter, you can use the
 .I -t
 option twice, once for the page size, and once for landscape.
-you should not use any
+You should not use any
 .I -t
 option when the DVI file already contains a
 .I papersize
 special, as is done by some LaTeX packages, notably hyperref.sty.
 The upper left corner of each page in the
 .I .dvi
 file is placed one inch from the left and one inch from the top.  Use of
 this option is highly dependent on the configuration file.  Note that
 executing the
-.I letter
+.B letter
-.I a4
+.B a4
 or other PostScript operators cause the document to be nonconforming and
 can cause it not to print on certain printers, so the paper size should
 not execute such an operator if at all possible.
-.B -T offset
+.B -T papersize
 Set the paper size to the given pair of dimensions.  This option takes
 its arguments in the same style as
-.I -O.
+.IR -O .
 It overrides any paper size special in the dvi file.
 .B -u psmapfile
@@ -469,7 +469,7 @@
 .B -X num
 Set the horizontal resolution in dots per inch to
-.I num.
+.IR num .
 .B -y num
 Set the
@@ -482,7 +482,7 @@
 .B -Y num
 Set the vertical resolution in dots per inch to
-.I num.
+.IR num .
 .B -z
@@ -500,7 +500,7 @@
 68000-based PostScript printers.
 mf(1), afm2tfm(1), tex(1), latex(1), lpr(1), 
-.I dvips.texi.
+.IR dvips.texi .
 Dvipsk uses the same environment variables and algorithms for finding
 font files as TeX and its friends do.  See the documentation for the

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