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TITLE

     DVI & DVILW

RELEASE

     3.63

AUTHORS

     Ingo Eichenseher  -  Ieichens@Appl-Math.TU-Muenchen.DE
     Gerhard Wilhelms  -  Wilhelms@Uni-Augsburg.DE
     Markus Zahn       -  Zahn@Uni-Augsburg.DE

SHORT

     Previewer / Printer Driver / PostScript Driver for TeX

DESCRIPTION

     DVI is a TeX previewer with integrated printer drivers.
     Supported printers are
     HP PCL compatible printers ( HP Laser- / Deskjets etc. ),
     NEC P6 compatible printers ( NEC P6, EPSON LQ, etc. )
     FX-80 compatible printers ( Epson FX-80, Star LC-10, etc. ) and
     Canon BJ-300 compatible printers.

     DVILW is a PostScript converter for dvi files.

     Both programs support

     o virtual fonts

     o 2D und 3D graphics based on special commands.

     The driver sourcecodes are included. There are existing implementations
     for Amiga computers, Atari ST computers, Apollo workstations, workstations
     with X11/Motif and IBM PC compatibles.

NEW FEATURES

     o ScreenMode requester.

     o Some bugs fixed.
     
     o Keyboard interaction while running CallMF (in case of errors).

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

     AmigaOS Release 2.04 (V37+) or higher.
     Best: 2MB Memory or more, ECS Agnus.

     ARexx for automatic font generation, C= Installer for automatic
     installation and AmigaGuide to read the online documentation.

HOST NAME

     wuarchive.wustl.edu     (128.252.135.4)   [AmiNet]
     ftp.rz.Uni-Augsburg.DE  (137.250.113.20)  [Uni Augsburg]
     ftp.dante.de            (129.206.100.192) [Dante]

DIRECTORY

     /pub/aminet/text/tex                 [AmiNet]
     /pub/amiga/tex/uniaug_driver         [Uni Augsburg]
     /pub/tex/dviware/dvi-augsburg/amiga  [Dante]

FILENAME

     dvi363.lha

PRICE

     Your fee is to report all occuring errors to the authors!

DISTRIBUTABILITY

     (C) Ingo Eichenseher, Gerhard Wilhelms, Markus Zahn

     DVI & DVILW must not be included in a commercial public domain
     distribution without the written permission of the authors.