Convert .phs output for PostScript
phs-to-ps [-D debug_fname] [-d] [-E] [-F] [-L] [-l1] [-od] [-p start[,end]] [-pr] [-U filename] [-V] filename
- -D debug_fname
- Send debug information to the specified file.
- Delete the input file after processing.
- Create an encapsulated PostScript file.
- Specify a fontmap (font substitution table) file. If not set, the utility uses the default Photon fontmap file /usr/photon/font_repository/fontmap.
- Enable landscape mode.
- ("el one") Postscript Level 1 (default: PostScript Level 2 which supports color).
- Append Ctrl-D to the end of the job.
- -p start[,end]
- Specify the starting (and optionally ending) page number to print. If start is greater than end, the pages are printed in reverse order.
- Print the entire file in reverse order.
- -U filename
- Delete this file when the print job is completed.
- Be verbose (-VV: be more verbose).
- Name of a Photon draw-stream (*.phs) file.
This utility converts Photon draw-stream (.phs) output into PostScript. The configuration file for PostScript printers, /etc/printers/ps.cfg, specifies phs-to-ps as a filter for spooler to use.
The output is sent to stdout. Typically this is redirected to a printer device, as shown in the example.
phs-to-ps file.phs >/dev/par
"Printing with spooler" in the Printing chapter of the Neutrino User's Guide