I had found GhostPCL and extracted the tarball, but couldn’t figure out how to use it for the life of me: Performance issues aren’t a concern, I think our virtual server has dozens of cores and a massive amount of RAM ; Bottom line is finding an open-sourced driver for sending PCL to a virtual printer, that will generate a PDF. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Should be simple but proving to be very vexing: A product that includes more than one such language in a single binary and automatically chooses between them is sometimes referred to as a “Language Switch” build.
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The binary is self-contained it includes the required fonts ; no additional files are needed. You could try adding -dUseCropBox. GhostPDF is included in the Ghostscript binaries for various systems available from www. Because pcp doesn’t have much support, I am trying to use Ghostscript.
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My concern is that its not a design goal for ghostsscript, at some point I may change the behaviour so that it won’t work at all, and then people will complain if the pipes they’ve been using stop working There is vended software, but no open-source drivers apparently: I strongly advise against piping the output of pdfwrite anywhere, that’s not a supported usage, and it definitely will not work if you linearize the PDF file.
I had found GhostPCL and extracted the tarball, but couldn’t figure out how to use it for the life of me: I’m not sure there is an open source program to do that. Sometimes the Ghostscript gghostscript library is confusingly also referred to simply as Ghostscript. It wasn’t in my Debian package sources, but there are statically linked 9. gyostscript
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A product ghostscrript includes more than one such language in a single binary and automatically chooses between them is sometimes referred to as a “Language Switch” build. If you can get UniVerse to produce PostScript output, it’d be trivial This answer on SO could be what you’re looking for. Ghostscript consists of a PostScript interpreter layer, and a graphics library.
This software is distributed under license and may not be copied, modified or distributed except as expressly authorized under the terms of that license. The dark font is named CourierHP; the light font is simply named Courier. And they’ve mostly handled PCL etc. Binaries for Ghostscript for various systems can be downloaded from www.
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