[OS X TeX] xdvi and/or acrobat reader with darwin ports emacs

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Mon Jan 24 11:26:20 EST 2005

Am 24.01.2005 um 16:22 schrieb Massimiliano Gubinelli:

>     xdvi has not been written in a day....

But you can learn from it! AFAIK it passes the \special's to gs to 
render it into some bitmap graphics and this snippet is then shown in 
the reserved and blank space. Apple has some graphics conversion 
routines built into. The cmd line interface is /usr/bin/)sips -- the 
scriptable image processing system. And moreover: it can handle colour 
profiles! So colourful PS tricks could be shown in the right colours on 
screen for the first time.



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