Re: Any tools for editing PostScript?

Subject: Re: Any tools for editing PostScript?
From: Owen Watson <owen -at- RSNZ -dot- GOVT -dot- NZ>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 1997 09:43:18 +1200

Postscript files are generally text files, so you can edit them (in
theory). However

Illustrator can open PS files, but can only handle a subset on the
postscript command syntax. There is a Mac program, epsConverter, that is
supposed (ie occasionally) to do this process.

There is a Mac program called Tailor that opens ps files for editing. Do a
net search for it.

Check out the postscript newsgroup, specifically its FAQ: this deals with
this problem.

>Hi All,
>
>Is anyone aware of any tools that allow you to take a PostScript
>file and convert it to any editable format?
>
>TIA.
>


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