paps is a text to PostScript converter that works through Pango. Its input is a UTF-8 encoded text file and it outputs vectorized PostScript that is quite compressed. It may be used for printing any complex script supported by Pango. paps supports landscape and portrait printing as well as multiple columns. paps includes libpaps, a library that facilitates creating PostScript output from UTF-8 encoded strings from other programs.
Release Notes: This version removes the dependency on doxygen when building the software, which in turn solves some of the porting problems paps has had in the past.
Release Notes: The bug in the handling of non-printable characters was fixed, which took care of the printing of tab characters as garbage in earlier versions.
Release Notes: This version adds an optional header in the PostScript output. Other changes include the inclusion of a man page and more robust command line parsing.
Release Notes: This version adds several command line parameters, including paper size and margin sizes. Several bugs that caused the program to crash have also been fixed. The default font was changed to Monospace.
Release Notes: Previous versions had a scaling bug in the font size of about 11%. This caused a small gap between subsequent glyphs in some fonts. This has been fixed in this version.