Enscript: convert text files to PostScript, HTML, RTF, ANSI, and overstrikes
Enscript converts text files to PostScript or to other output languages. Enscript can spool the generated output directly to a specified printer or leave it to a file. If no input files are given, enscript processes the standard input stdin. Enscript can be extended to handle different output media and it has many options which can be used to customize the printouts.
If you download the Setup program of the package, the dependencies, as listed below under Requirements, are already included, apart from msvcrt.dll. If you download the package as Zip files, then you must download and install the dependencies zip file.
|• Sources||Setup||1591307||19 July 2003|
|• Binaries||Zip||654746||19 July 2003|
|• Documentation||Zip||704054||19 July 2003|
|• Sources||Zip||1364859||19 July 2003|
You can also download the files from the GnuWin32 files page.
With the -E option, enscript may give the error: "The system cannot find the path specified." This occurs when it cannot find the auxiliary program states.exe. To solve this, you must change the configuration file enscript.cfg (in etc and/or in %HOME%). You must either uncomment the line, starting with StatesPath, with the path to states.exe or give the correct full path. Do similarly for the line starting with StatesConfigFile.
With the -f (--font-name) option, enscript may give the error: "Couldn't open AFM file for font <font-name>, using default." This occurs when it cannot find the font-metrics file. To solve this, you must change the configuration file enscript.cfg (in etc and/or in %HOME%). On the line starting with AFMPath, you must give the correct full path to the folder with the font-metrics file and the file font.map.
General Installation Instructions