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epsjoin

http://gertjan.freezope.org/epsjoin/
'epsjoin' is a gtk2/gnome app that builds a single postscript file from a group of loose eps files by putting each eps file on a single page, where it can be individually rotated and translated to correct scanning imperfections. As this happens at postscript level, there are no raster operations, which means no loss of quality no matter how many rotations you need to get it perfect. The resulting postscript can be directly viewed, printed, or opened again to add, remove, reorder or modify images.


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released on 27 September 2004

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GPLv2orlaterJanet Casey29 September 2004



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"Email gertjanvanzwieten@fastmail.fm" Gertjan van Zwieten Maintainer


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Bug Tracking,Developer,Support E-mail mailto:gertjanvanzwieten@fastmail.fm


Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to use GTK 2.4 or later
Required to use Gtk-Perl 2.3.91 or later

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 29 September 2004.



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