Converts text files to PostScript format for printing. Basically a public domain version of enscript, which allows you to send plain text in a nice format (Courier font only) to a PostScript printer. It has many command line options, including dual columns, landscape mode and gaudy (flashy) mode. This release now also supports the ISO Latin1 character set.

Has an option for specifying classification banners, i.e. prints the string argument in Helvetica-Bold28 at the top and bottom of the page in conformance to regulations for printing classified material.

This version, 1.13.3 has a new option that allows a separate classification string to be specified for the first page of the document. This is useful if you want to provide a banner page with declassification instructions that is marked differently than the rest of the document.

This program has been compiled and tested under Linux. It should work under any Posix compliant OS, as well as MS-DOS or OS/2, but I have not personally tested it under those operating systems.

Q: What does the version number mean?
A: nenscript-1.12 was the first release. 1.13 was the second official release. I think 1.13+ was the first modified release after the original author, Craig Southeren, disappeared, and 1.13++ was the next release after that. I think `+' signs are a lousy way to indicate versions, so I'm calling my release 1.13.3.

Q: Should I upgrade from nenscript-1.13++?
A: Not unless you need the capability to print different classification banners on the first page of your documents. All the other changes to this version are trivial.

Q: Why doesn't nenscript use autoconf?
A: Because, like the previous authors of nenscript, I'm too lazy to do it.

Q: Is nenscript GPL'd?
A: No. Nenscript is still public domain. This is more free than GPL.

last modified 28 Oct 1997