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MUPDF/DGJPP test release | missing PDFDRAW.EXE | source cod (Users)

posted by DOS386(R), 03.07.2011, 04:05

> Also missing use instructions, I think. Maybe I am not so clever as
> you, but so far, mupdf did not work at all for me.
> I downloaded it from
> Unzipping the file produced just two files: MUPDF.EXE and CRTC.CFG

Good. CRTC.CFG is not really needed, try to kick it (bad values ???)

> I tried "mupdf path\pdffile.pdf" and all it produced was a blank
> (completely dark) screen that did not respond to ctrl-c nor ctrl-brk

Bad, looks like a memory or VESA problem.

> The DPMI server I am using is Japheth's HDPMI32; O/S is DRDOS 5.0

DREMM386 ??? Kick it.

> and video card a Diamond Stealth VESA VLB.

VESATEST says what about it ???

> All .pdf files I tried did exist and xpdf (pdftext and pdfimgs) were
> able to extract text and jpeg's from them.

Because, it looks like a memory or VESA problem, not PDF file problem.

Your CPU and RAM size ???

> > MuPDF 0.8 (2011-03-03)
> > We have improved the image scaling code. We now use an
> > algorithm based on a Graphics Gem when downscaling images,
> > and simple bilinear interpolation when magnifying images.
> > The results are vastly improved legibility of documents

MU ( ) wrote:

> MuPDF 0.8.165 now with XPS (2011-04-29)
> The Open XML Paper Specification is a page description language
> developed by Microsoft. XPS is used extensively in the Vista and
> Windows 7 printing pipeline. The XPS Document Writer is a virtual
> printer that works like Acrobat distiller, but is integrated in Windows
> and creates XPS documents.
> We now proudly announce that MuPDF can read these XPS documents!

DAMN :surprised:

This is a LOGITECH mouse driver, but some software expect here
the following string:*** This is Copyright 1983 Microsoft ***


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