Uploaded update to dvii to CTAN

Rainer Schoepf schoepf at proteosys.com
Tue May 7 16:04:32 CEST 2002

On Tue, 7 May 2002, Adam H. Lewenberg wrote:

> * Uploaded: Files dvii.c, dviiman.dvi, dviiman.pdf, dvii.exe,
>             and README to /incoming on ftp.dante.de
> * Location: place in tex-archive/dviware/dvii replacing old files
> * License: these files are licensed under the LPPL (Latex Project Public
>            License)
> * What this upload does:
>   Updates dvii to version 0.44. Added an option to suppress display of
>   `physical' pages as well as another option to ignore certain opcodes
>   when computing checksums. Updated manual.
>   More information on dvii can be found at
>                 http://www.macrotex.net/dvii/dvii.html
>   From the README file:
> dvii is a utility written in C that extracts information from a TeX
> dvi file and displays it on the command line. Information displayed
> can include a summary:
>   File comment (usually the date file was compiled)
>   File size
>   Number of (physical) pages
>   Number of fonts
> as well as more detailed information:
>   Font names for all fonts used
>   List of physical page number/TeX page number pairs
>   List of all \specials and the page on which they appear
>   List of all fonts on a per page basis
> More information can be found at the dvii home page
>          http://www.macrotex.net/dvii/dvii.html
>   Currently, there are some pre-compiled executables (DOS, Win 9X/NT,
>   Solaris, OSF1, and Linux) available at the dvii website
>   www.macrotex.net/dvii/dvii.html. If none of these are suitable,
>   you will need to compile the C source.  To compile, you need to have
>   a C compiler along with the standard C libraries. For example, if
>   you have the C compile gcc, type
>      gcc dvii.c -o dvii.exe  (assuming DOS/Windows platform)
>      gcc dvii.c -o dvii      (assuming Unix platform)

Thanks for the update, I installed it at the location indicated:


For the CTAN Team
  Rainer Schöpf

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