a2ps 1:4.14-7 source package in Ubuntu


a2ps (1:4.14-7) unstable; urgency=high

  * QA upload.
  * Done't install a mime entry for text/plain. (Closes: #979231)

 -- Adrian Bunk <email address hidden>  Tue, 09 Feb 2021 17:52:04 +0200

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a2ps_4.14-7.dsc 1.9 KiB 725b426e3c63e4a1210d7adc039af830a3312883d2f71ac5cb58d7d40825c281
a2ps_4.14.orig.tar.gz 2.4 MiB f3ae8d3d4564a41b6e2a21f237d2f2b104f48108591e8b83497500182a3ab3a4
a2ps_4.14-7.debian.tar.xz 27.4 KiB 384c4a384dbd884d8c93442cd08383d0264a7cff5564049d264781c96e07fa61

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a2ps: GNU a2ps - 'Anything to PostScript' converter and pretty-printer

 GNU a2ps converts files into PostScript for printing or viewing. It uses a
 nice default format, usually two pages on each physical page, borders
 surrounding pages, headers with useful information (page number, printing
 date, file name or supplied header), line numbering, symbol substitution
 as well as pretty printing for a wide range of programming languages.
 Historically, a2ps started as a text to PostScript converter, but thanks
 to powerful delegations it is able to let you use it for any kind of files,
 ie it can also digest manual pages, dvi files, texinfo, ....
 Among the other most noticeable features of a2ps are:
  - various encodings (all the Latins and others),
  - various fonts (automatic font downloading),
  - various medias,
  - various printer interfaces,
  - various output styles,
  - various programming languages,
  - various helping applications,
  - and various spoken languages.

a2ps-dbgsym: debug symbols for a2ps