>>>>> "AM" == Aaron McDaid <hoss at technologist.com> writes:
AM> On Sat, Apr 21, 2001 at 10:47:29PM +0100, Paul J Collins wrote:
>> Try troff -Tps -ms ctlseqs.ms > ctlseqs.ps and use a PostScript viewer
>> on the .ps file.
AM> Now the rest of this email I had typed is redundant - except
AM> for the fact it annoys me :-/
AM> No luck. What's "ditroff" as output by file (see below)
ditroff == "device independent troff". The first version of troff was
tied to a specific model of phototypesetter. Later versions of troff
generated an intermediate form that was then processed into the final
typesetter-specific data. A ditroff file is like TeX's dvi files in
Try groff instead of troff. I've had them give different results
before. Failing that, mail the .ms file to me off-list and I'll have
a play with it.
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