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ITP: dvipdfm - A DVI to PDF translator

I have packaged and intend to upload soon dvipdfm, a DVI to PDF
translator by Mark A. Wicks.  It is distributed under the GNU General
Public License.

 Package: dvipdfm
 Version: 0.12.7b-1
 Architecture: i386
 Depends: libc6 (>= 2.1.2), libpng2, libz1, tetex-lib (>= 1.0.6-3)
 Suggests: gs
 Installed-Size: 386
 Maintainer: Brian Mays <brian@debian.org>
 Description: A DVI to PDF translator.
  Dvipdfm translates files from Donald Knuth's DVI format (commonly
  produced by TeX) to Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF).  Important
  features include: \special's that approximate the functionality of the
  PostScript pdfmarks used by Adobe's Acrobat Distiller; the ability
  to include PDF, JPEG, PNG, MetaPost, and PostScript (with help from
  an external program) files as embedded images; support for several
  \special standards for improved DVI file portability; support for
  thumbnails (with a little help from GhostScript); re-encoding support
  for PostScript fonts; virtual font support; support for arbitrary
  linear graphics transformations; an internal color stack accessible via
  \special's; beginning of page (BOP) and end of page (EOP) \special's
  for placing arbitrary PDF stream graphics on every page; partial
  font embedding and Flate compression for reduced file size; and a
  balanced page tree and dest tree to improve reader speed on very large

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