roff2ps - transform roff code into ps mode

  • roff2ps(1)		    General Commands Manual		    roff2ps(1)
           roff2ps - transform roff	code into ps mode
           roff2ps [groffer_option...] [--]	[filespec...]
           roff2ps -h | --help
           roff2ps -v | --version
           The  options -v and --version print the version information of the pro-
           gram to standard	output and exit.  The options -h and  --help  print  a
           usage  information  of the program to standard output and stop the pro-
           gram instantly.
           All other options are assumed to	be groffer options.  They  are	inter-
           nally  passed  to  groffer.  They override the behavior of the program.
           The options are optional, they can be omitted.
           The filespec arguments correspond to the	filespec arguments of groffer.
           So they are either the names of existing, readable files	or - for stan-
           dard input, or the name of a man	page or	a groffer(1) man  page	search
           pattern.	  If  no filespec is specified standard	input is assumed auto-
           roff2ps transforms roff code into ps mode.  Print the result  to	 stan-
           dard output.
           There  are  more	of these programs for generating other formats of roff
    	      is for dvi mode.
    	      generates	html output.
    	      outputs pdf mode.
    	      generates	text output in the groff device	latin1.
    	      prints the output	in the groff device X  that  is	 suitable  for
    	      programs like gxditview(1) or xditview(1).
           See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
           |Availability   | text/groff	  |
           |Stability      | Uncommitted	  |
           groff(1),    groffer(1),	   roff2dvi(1),	  roff2html(1),	  roff2pdf(1),
           roff2text(1), roff2x(1),	gxditview(1).
           This file was written by	Bernd Warken <[email protected]>.
           Copyright (C) 2006, 2007, 2009 Free Software Foundation,	Inc.
           This file is part of groffer, which is part of groff, a	free  software
           project.	  You  can redistribute	it and/or modify it under the terms of
           the GNU General Public  License	as  published  by  the	Free  Software
           Foundation, either version 2, or	(at your option) any later version.
           You should have received	a copy of the GNU General Public License along
           with groff, see the files COPYING and LICENSE in	the top	 directory  of
           the  groff  source package.  Or read the	man page gpl(1).  You can also
           write to	the Free Software Foundation, 51 Franklin St  -	 Fifth	Floor,
           Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
           This   software	 was   built  from  source  available  at  https://ja-
   The original	community  source  was
           downloaded from
           Further information about this software can be found on the open	source
           community website at
    Groff Version 1.22.2		19 August 2015			    roff2ps(1)

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