xiangfu at sharism.cc
Wed Jan 19 05:36:55 EST 2011
On 01/13/2011 06:32 PM, David Kuehling wrote:
>>>>>> "Jane" == Jane Andreas <JaneAndreas at gmx.com> writes:
>> I would be more interested at this point in finding a 2d graphics
>> program that could generate objects based on equations/descriptions.
> What about PostScript? It is actually very usuable for this sort of
> thing, if you except the RPN syntax.
> There are quite a few good books about PostScript programming out there,
> that help with getting started.
> The other question is: do we have a PostScript interptreter
> (i.e. GhostScript) port for the NanoNote?
do you mean this package:
(ALL commands run under 2010-12-14)
openwrt-xburst$ ./scripts/feeds search GhostScript
Search results in feed 'qipackages':
ghostscript interpreter for the PostScript language and for PDF
1. it doesn't worked out of box.
root at BenNanoNote:~# gs
gs: can't load library 'libcupsimage.so.2'
2. then I try install:
root at BenNanoNote:/usr/lib# opkg install cups
Installing cups (1.4.4-1) to root...
3. just input 'gs' (don't know how to use it), I got:
root at BenNanoNote:/usr/lib# gs
4. but --help works fine
root at BenNanoNote:/usr/lib# gs --help
GPL Ghostscript 9.00 (2010-09-14)
Copyright (C) 2010 Artifex Software, Inc. All rights reserved.
Usage: gs [switches] [file1.ps file2.ps ...]
Most frequently used switches: (you can use # in place of =)
-dNOPAUSE no pause after page | -q `quiet', fewer messages
-g<width>x<height> page size in pixels | -r<res> pixels/inch resolution
-sDEVICE=<devname> select device | -dBATCH exit after last file
-sOutputFile=<file> select output file: - for stdout, |command for pipe,
embed %d or %ld for page #
Input formats: PostScript PostScriptLevel1 PostScriptLevel2 PostScriptLevel3 PDF
Default output device: bbox
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