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Re: dvidvi package

Martin Buck writes:
 > On Wed, Oct 15, 1997 at 11:49:35PM +0200, David A. van Leeuwen wrote:
 > > Would anyone oppose if i start a package dvidvi with a small script
 > > `a5booklet'.
 > This would be a nice thing, but maybe you should have a look at `dvibook'
 > first (ftp://ftp.dante.de/tex-archive/dviware/dvibook). IIRC, it can do all
 > dvidvi can do but it's much more powerful. `dvibook' is on my TODO-list for
 > Debian, but I won't have time to package it in the next few weeks.

I don't know whether we're talking about the same thing, but I
remember I used some years ago a "dvitodvi" program, derived from the
standard "pstops". It has the equivalent wrappers the latter has
(dvibook, dviselect, dvinup).

Don't remember where to find it, though. It's probably on dante too, I

Just for completeness... [I also had planned to package it, but I'm
quite busy with other things for now]
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