epssplit is a Perl program that allows an encapsulated postscript (EPS) file to be split into a number of smaller files. This is useful for printing posters; the smaller files can be printed and then glued back together. The image can also be scaled before printing.
Release Notes: The program was updated to read PostScript prologs correctly. It also tries to read non-encapsulated PostScript.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Bugfixes among some other minor things. See the changelog for details.
Release Notes: Mostly changes in the option handling code, and in the documentation.
Release Notes: This version prints cropmarks and a label on each page. Also, the generated pages are now numbered in a more sensible way.