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[Xen-bugs] [Bug 177] Test bug for BZ2.18 email addons

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Subject: [Xen-bugs] [Bug 177] Test bug for BZ2.18 email addons
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Date: Tue, 23 Aug 2005 14:28:01 +0000
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------- Additional Comments From james@xxxxxxxxxxxxx  2005-08-23 14:28 -------
Subject: Re: [Xen-bugs]   New: Test bug for BZ2.18 email addons

Firstly, does it parse the subject correctly even with the mailing list 
prefix? Secondly, does the email attachment become a bugzilla attachment?
psutils for Cygwin

PSUtils is a collection of useful utilities for manipulating PostScript
documents. Programs included are psnup, for placing out several logical
pages on a single sheet of paper, psselect, for selecting pages from a
document, pstops, for general imposition, psbook, for signature generation
for booklet printing, and psresize, for adjusting page sizes.

This file comes with the Cygwin port of psutils 1.17 (which originates
from the patchlevel 17 source).

Original Source


Maintained by Angus J.C. Duggan.


Perl is required for compiling as well as running some of the scripts
contained in the package.

Building from source

ln -s Makefile.unix Makefile
make install

For easier packaging you can use:

make prefix=<targetdir> install
This will install the package into <targetdir> instead of /usr.

Cygwin Port


Daniel Boesswetter <daniel.boesswetter@xxxxxx>
Thu Jul 24 17:24:44 WEDT 2003

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