Ubuntu Feisty 7.04 manual page repository

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Provided by: a2ps-perl-ja_1.45-4_all



        a2psj - perl version of Miguel Santana’s a2ps (support KANJI)


        a2psj [options] files...


        This manual page documents briefly the a2psj command.  This manual page
        was written for the Debian distribution because  the  original  program
        does  not have a manual page.  Instead, it has documentation in the GNU
        Info format; see below.
        a2psj  is  a  program  that  converts  file(s)  or  standard  input  to


        These  programs  follow  the  usual  GNU command line syntax, with long
        options starting with two  dashes  (‘-’).   A  summary  of  options  is
        included below.  For a complete description, see the Info files.
        -h, --help
               Show summary of options.
        -v, --version
               Show version of program.
        -l <string>
               label string
        -L <string>
               sub-label string (%default="%month %mday %year %hour:%min")
        -[n]t  tail label (t)
        -[n]n  numbering (nn)
        -[n]h  header (h)
        -[n]s  scale (s)
        -[n]m  punch mark (nm)
        -[n]w  wide page (nw)
        -[n]p  portrait (np)
        -[n]f  folding (f)
        -[n]c  convert to jis code (c)
        -[n]r  reset sheet number on each file (r)
        -[n]b  use bold/gothic font for overstruck characters (b)
        -[n]o  use oblique font for underlined characters (o)
        -f[x]# font size or maginificent (6.6 or 9.8)
        -fn#   normal font (C: Courier)
        -fb#   bold font (B: Courier-Bold)
        -fu#   underline font (O: Courier-BoldOblique)
        -k#    kanji:ascii font size ratio (1.0)
        -j[#]  adjust ascii font height to Japanese (1.0)
               Paper size               US letter / A4 / B4
        -toc <pattern>
               specify table of contents pattern


        This  manual  page was written by Ryuichi Arafune <arafune@debian.org>,
        for the Debian project (but may be used by others).


What does Ubuntu mean?
Ubuntu is an African word meaning 'Humanity to others', or 'I am what I am because of who we all are'. The Ubuntu distribution brings the spirit of Ubuntu to the software world.