GNU enscript/GNU trueprint
GNU enscript is a powerful program for generating postscript output. It has a host of options and can
do lots of things.
GNU Trueprint is designed to be as simple to use as possible. It also has lots of options but it tries hard
to do what you want out-of-the-box. It isn't quite as flexible as enscript, but most people just want
a pretty way to print source code - they don't want to have to learn postscript-specific options. Thus,
while trueprint doesn't give you a way to specify fonts, it does give you a way to leave space for
What's the difference between this and GNU Enscript?
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.