DIPRESS(1)DIPRESS(1)NAMEdipress - convert device independent troff output to interpress
SYNOPSISdipress [ -fdirectory ] [ -olist ] [ -t ] [ file ] ...
Dipress take the output of device independent troff(1) found in the
files specified, produce an interpress file, and queue that file for
printing on the interpress printer. If no files are specified, then
standard input is used. The following options are understood:
Take font information from directory instead of the default.
-olist Print pages whose numbers are given in the comma‐separated list.
The list contains single numbers N and ranges N1-N2. A missing
N1 means the lowest numbered page, a missing N2 means the high‐
-t Direct output to standard output rather than the printer. No
queueing is performed if this option is specified. Redirecting
standard output is highly recommended when this option is used.
Dipress is not usually called by users directly. The shell script
``iptroff'' is typically used instead.
/usr/local/lib/font/devipress device and font information
If you have Services 9 or earlier on your printer, long boxes will
experience a small over or under-shoot at the right end.
For a similar reason, it is recommended that the -D option be used with
4th Berkeley Distribution 5/23/85 DIPRESS(1)