On Tue, Sep 23, 2014 at 11:19 AM, Dale E Sterner <sunbeam...@juno.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the links update - very useful. Especially ghost 5 for dos.

Maybe that's exactly what you want, but I highly doubt it. GhostScript
hasn't been directly supported on DOS in years and years. I don't know
what the last "official" release was. The FreeDOS mirror on iBiblio
has some, but I think one or two are unofficial fan recompiles. I
don't know the major differences are between them. I know some were
built with OpenWatcom and some with DJGPP, which caused some minor
hiccups (e.g. Georg's DJGPP FLTK port of Flwriter) due to extender
quirks in some environments.


Beyond that, I dunno much. There are some barely useful half-ports of
XPDF (text only) and MuTool (or MuBusy? I forget) from MuPDF, both
also on iBiblio, but neither is the graphical viewer you probably
prefer. You can convert some PDFs to PNG from MuTool, though, IIRC,
which I guess is better than nothing.



Hmmm, seems MuPDF 1.6 just came out (though that doesn't directly help
us at all, unless someone wants to try cross-compiling MuTool again,
which probably won't work, sigh).


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