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DJVUSED(1)			 DjVuLibre-3.5			    DJVUSED(1)

NAME
       djvused - Multi-purpose DjVu document editor.

SYNOPSIS
       djvused [options] djvufile

DESCRIPTION
       Program djvused is a powerful command line tool for manipulating	multi-
       page documents, creating	or  editing  annotation	 chunks,  creating  or
       editing	hidden	text layers, pre-computing thumbnail images, and more.
       The program first reads the DjVu	document djvufile and executes a  num-
       ber of djvused commands.

       Djvused	commands  can  be read from a specific file (when option -f is
       specified), read	from the command line (when option -e  is  specified),
       or read from the	standard input (the default).

OPTIONS
       -v     Cause djvused to print a command line prompt before reading com-
	      mands and	a brief	message	describing how each command  was  exe-
	      cuted.  This option is very useful for debugging djvused scripts
	      and also for interactively  entering  djvused  commands  on  the
	      standard input.

       -f scriptfile
	      Cause djvused to read commands from file scriptfile.

       -e command
	      Cause  djvused  to  execute the commands specified by the	option
	      argument commands.  It is	advisable to surround the djvused com-
	      mands by single quotes in	order to prevent unwanted shell	expan-
	      sion.

       -s     Cause djvused to save the	 file  djvufile	 after	executing  the
	      specified	 commands.   This is similar to	executing command save
	      immediately before terminating the program.

       -u     Cause djvused to print hidden text and annotations as UTF-8  in-
	      stead  of	 encoding  non-ASCII  characters with octal escape se-
	      quences for maximal portability. This option is  convenient  for
	      manually	editing	 or  viewing  the djvused output.  This	option
	      also causes the emission of an UTF-8 BOM under Windows.

       -n     Cause djvused to disregard save commands.	 This  is  useful  for
	      debugging	 djvused  scripts  without  overwriting	 files on your
	      disk.

DJVUSED	EXAMPLES
       There are many ways to use program djvused.  The	following examples il-
       lustrate	some common uses of this program.

   Obtaining the size of a page
       Command size outputs the	width and height of the	selected pages using a
       HTML friendly syntax.  For instance, the	following command  prints  the
       size of page 3 of document myfile.djvu.

	  djvused myfile.djvu -e 'select 3; size'

   Extracting the hidden text
       Command	print-pure-txt	outputs	 the  text associated with a page or a
       document.  For instance,	the following shell command outputs  the  text
       for  the	 entire	 document.  Lines and pages are	delimited by the usual
       control characters.

	  djvused myfile.djvu -e 'print-pure-txt'

       Command print-txt produces  a  more  extensive  output  describing  the
       structure  and the location of the text components.  The	syntax of this
       output is described later in this man page.  For	instance, the  follow-
       ing shell command outputs extended text information for page 3 of docu-
       ment myfile.djvu.

	  djvused myfile.djvu -e 'select 3; print-txt'

   Extracting the annotations
       Annotation data can be extracted	using command print-ant.   The	syntax
       of  the	annotation  data is described later in this man	page.  For in-
       stance, the following shell command outputs the annotation data for the
       first page of document myfile.djvu.

	  djvused myfile.djvu -e 'select 1; print-ant'

       Command	print-ant  only	 prints	the annotations	stored in the selected
       component file.	Command	print-merged-ant  also	retrieves  annotations
       from all	the component files referenced by the current page (using INCL
       chunks) and prints the merged information.

   Dumping/restoring annotations and text
       Three commands, output-txt, output-ant, and output-all, produce djvused
       scripts.	  For instance,	the following shell command produces a djvused
       script, myfile.dsed, that recreates all the text	and annotation data in
       document	myfile.djvu.

	  djvused myfile.djvu -e 'output-all' >	myfile.dsed

       Script  myfile.dsed is a	text file that can be easily edited.  The fol-
       lowing shell command then recreates the text and	annotation information
       in file myfile.djvu.

	  djvused myfile.djvu -f myfile.dsed -s

   Extracting a	page
       Both  commands  save-page  and save-page-with create a DjVu file	repre-
       senting the selected component file of a	document.  The following shell
       command,	 for  instance,	 creates  a file p05.djvu containing page 5 of
       document	myfile.djvu.

	  djvused myfile.djvu -e 'select 5; save-page p05.djvu'

       Each page of a document might import data from another  component  file
       using  the so-called inclusion (	INCL ) chunks.	Command	save-page then
       produces	a file with unresolved references to imported  data.   Such  a
       file  should  then be made part of a multi-page document	containing the
       required	data in	other component	files.	On  the	 other	hand,  command
       save-page-with copies all the imported data into	the output file.  This
       file is directly	usable.	Yet  collecting	 several  such	files  into  a
       multi-page document might lead to useless data replication.

   Pre-computing thumbnails
       Commands	 set-thumbnails	 constructs  thumbnails	that can be later dis-
       played by DjVu viewers.	The following  shell  command,	for  instance,
       computes	 thumbnails  of	 size  64x64  pixels for all pages of file my-
       file.djvu.

	  djvused myfile.djvu -e 'set-thumbnails 64' -s

DJVUSED	COMMANDS
       Command lines might contain zero, one, or more djvused commands and  an
       optional	 comment.   Multiple  djvused  commands	must be	separated by a
       semicolon character ';'.	 Comments are introduced by the	'#'  character
       and extend until	the end	of the command line.

   Selection commands
       Multi-page  DjVu	documents are composed of a number of component	files.
       Most component files describe a specific	page of	a document.  Some com-
       ponent files contain information	shared by several pages	such as	shared
       image data, shared annotations or thumbnails.   Many  djvused  commands
       operate on selected component files.  All component files are initially
       selected.  The following	commands are useful for	 changing  the	selec-
       tion.

       n      Print the	total number of	pages in the document.

       ls     List all component files in the document.	 Each line contains an
	      optional page number, a letter  describing  the  component  file
	      type, the	size of	the component file, and	identifier of the com-
	      ponent file.  Component file type	letters	P, I, A, and T respec-
	      tively stand for page data, shared image data, shared annotation
	      data, and	thumbnail data.	 Page numbers are only listed for com-
	      ponent files containing page data.  When it is set, the optional
	      page title (see command set-page-title below) is displayed after
	      the component file identifier.

       select [fileid]
	      Select  the component file identified by argument	fileid.	 Argu-
	      ment fileid must be either a page	number	or  a  component  file
	      identifier.  The select command selects all component files when
	      the argument fileid is omitted.

       select-shared-ant
	      Select a component file containing shared	annotations.  Only one
	      such  component  file is supported by the	current	DjVu software.
	      This component file usually contains annotations	pertaining  to
	      the  whole document as opposed to	specific pages.	 An error mes-
	      sage is displayed	if there is no such component file.

       create-shared-ant
	      Create and select	a component  file  containing  shared  annota-
	      tions.   This  command only selects the shared annotation	compo-
	      nent file	if such	a component file already exists.  Otherwise it
	      creates  a  new  shared annotation component file	and makes sure
	      that it is imported by all pages in the document.

       showsel
	      Shows the	currently selected component files with	the same  for-
	      mat as command ls.

   Text	and annotation commands
       print-pure-txt
	      Print  the  text stored in the hidden text layer of the selected
	      pages.  A	similar	capability  is	offered	 by  program  djvutxt.
	      Structural information is	sometimes represented by control char-
	      acters.  Text from different pages is  delimited	by  form  feed
	      characters  ("\f").   Lines  are delimited by newline characters
	      ("\n").  Columns,	regions, and paragraphs	are  sometimes	delim-
	      ited  by	vertical  tab  ("\013"), group separators ("\035") and
	      unit separators ("\037") respectively.

       print-txt
	      Prints extensive hidden text information for the selected	pages.
	      This information describes the structure of the text on the doc-
	      ument page and locates the structural elements in	the  page  im-
	      age.   The  syntax of this output	is described later in this man
	      page.

       remove-txt
	      Remove the hidden	text information from the  selected  component
	      files.   For  instance, executing	commands select	and remove-txt
	      removes all hidden text information from the DjVu	document.

       set-txt [djvusedtxtfile]
	      Insert hidden text information into the selected pages.  The op-
	      tional  argument djvusedtxtfile names a file containing the hid-
	      den text information.  This file must contain  data  similar  to
	      what  is produced	by command print-txt.  When the	optional argu-
	      ment is omitted, the program reads the hidden  text  information
	      from  the	djvused	script until reaching an end-of-file or	a line
	      containing a single period.

       output-txt
	      Prints a djvused script that reconstructs	the hidden text	infor-
	      mation  for the selected pages.  This script can later be	edited
	      and executed by invoking program djvused with option -f.

       print-ant
	      Prints the annotations of	the selected component file.  The  an-
	      notation	data  is  represented  using a simple syntax described
	      later in this document.

       print-merged-ant
	      Merge the	annotations stored in  the  selected  component	 files
	      with the annotations imported from other component files such as
	      the shared annotation component file..  The annotation  data  is
	      represented  using a simple syntax described later in this docu-
	      ment.

       remove-ant
	      Remove the annotation information	from  the  selected  component
	      files.   For  instance, executing	commands select	and remove-ant
	      removes all annotation information from the DjVu document.

       set-ant [djvusedantfile]
	      Insert annotations into the selected component  file.   The  op-
	      tional argument djvusedantfile names a file containing the anno-
	      tation data.  This file must contain data	 similar  to  what  is
	      produced	by  command  print-ant.	 When the optional argument is
	      omitted, the program reads the annotation	data from the  djvused
	      script itself until reaching an end-of-file or a line containing
	      a	single period.

       output-ant
	      Print a djvused script that reconstructs the annotation informa-
	      tion  for	 the  selected pages.  This script can later be	edited
	      and executed by invoking program djvused with option -f.

       print-meta
	      Print the	metadata part of the annotations for the selected com-
	      ponent  file.  This command displays a subset of the information
	      printed by command print-ant using a different syntax.  metadata
	      are  organized  as  key-value pairs.  Each printed line contains
	      the key name such	as author, title,etc., followed	by a tab char-
	      acter  ("\t")  and a double-quoted string	representing the UTF-8
	      encoded metadata value.

       remove-meta
	      Remove the metadata part of the annotations of the selected com-
	      ponent files.

       set-meta	[djvusedmetafile]
	      Set  the metadata	part of	the annotations	of the selected	compo-
	      nent file.  The remaining	part of	the annotations	 is  left  un-
	      changed.	 The  optional	argument  djvusedmetafile names	a file
	      containing the metadata.	This file must contain data similar to
	      what is produced by command print-meta.  When the	optional argu-
	      ment is omitted, the program reads the annotation	data from  the
	      djvused  script  itself  until reaching an end-of-file or	a line
	      containing a single period.

       print-xmp
	      Print the	XMP metadata string contained in the annotation	 chunk
	      of the selected component	file.  This command displays in	fact a
	      subset of	the information	printed	by command print-ant.

       remove-xmp
	      Removes the XMP tag from the annotation chunk  of	 the  selected
	      component	file.

       set-xmp [xmpfile]
	      Set  the	XMP  metadata  part of the annotations of the selected
	      component	file.  The remaining part of the annotations  is  left
	      unchanged.   The optional	argument xmpfile names a file contain-
	      ing the XMP metadata in a	format similar	to  that  produced  by
	      command  print-xmp.   When the optional argument is omitted, the
	      program reads the	XMP annotation data from  the  djvused	script
	      itself until reaching an end-of-file or a	line containing	a sin-
	      gle period.

       output-all
	      Print a djvused script that reconstructs both  the  hidden  text
	      and  the	annotation  information	 for the selected pages.  This
	      script can later be edited  and  executed	 by  invoking  program
	      djvused with option -f.

   Outline/bookmarks commands
       print-outline
	      Print  the  outline  of the document.  Nothing is	printed	if the
	      document contains	no outline.

       remove-outline
	      Removes the outline from the document.

       set-outline [djvusedoutlinefile]
	      Insert outline information into the document.  The optional  ar-
	      gument  djvusedoutlinefile  names	 a file	containing the outline
	      information.  This file must contain data	 similar  to  what  is
	      produced	by  command print-outline.  When the optional argument
	      is omitted, the program reads the	hidden text  information  from
	      the  djvused script until	reaching an end-of-file	or a line con-
	      taining a	single period.

   Thumbnail commands
       set-thumbnails sz
	      Compute thumbnails of size szxsz pixels and insert them into the
	      document.	  DjVu viewers can later display these thumbnails very
	      efficiently without need to download the	data  for  each	 page.
	      Typical thumbnail	size range from	48 to 128 pixels.

       remove-thumbnails
	      Remove  the pre-computed thumbnails from the DjVu	document.  New
	      thumbnails can then be computed using command set-thumbnails.

   Save	commands
       The above commands only modify the memory image of the  DjVu  document.
       The following commands provide means to save the	modified data into the
       file system.

       save   Save the modified	DjVu document back into	the input  file	 djvu-
	      file specified by	the arguments of the program djvused.  Nothing
	      is done if the DjVu file was not modified.   Passing  option  -s
	      program  djvused	is equivalent to executing command save	before
	      exiting the program.

       save-bundled filename
	      Save the current DjVu document as	a bundled multi-page DjVu doc-
	      ument  named  filename.  A similar capability is offered by pro-
	      gram djvmcvt.

       save-indirect filename
	      Save the current DjVu document as	an  indirect  multi-page  DjVu
	      document.	 The index file	of the indirect	document will be named
	      filename.	 All other files composing the indirect	document  will
	      be  saved	 into the same directory as the	index file.  A similar
	      capability is offered by program djvmcvt.

       save-page filename
	      Save the selected	component file into DjVu file  filename.   The
	      selected component file might import data	from another component
	      file using the so-called inclusion ( INCL	) chunks.   This  com-
	      mand then	produces a file	with unresolved	references to imported
	      data.  Such a file should	then be	made part of a multi-page doc-
	      ument containing the required data in other component files.

       save-page-with filename
	      Save  the	 selected component file into DjVu file	filename.  All
	      data imported from other component files is copied into the out-
	      put  file	 as  well.  This command always	produces a usable DjVu
	      file.  On	the other hand,	collecting several such	files  into  a
	      multi-page document might	lead to	useless	data replication.

   Miscellaneous commands
       help   Display  a  help	message	 listing  all  commands	 supported  by
	      djvused.

       dump   Display the EA IFF 85 structure of the document or  of  the  se-
	      lected  component	file.  A similar capability is offered by pro-
	      gram djvudump.

       size   Display the width	and the	height of the selected pages.  The di-
	      mensions	of each	page are displayed using a syntax suitable for
	      direct insertion into the	<EMBED...></EMBED> tags. This  command
	      also  displays the default page orientation when it is different
	      from zero.

       set-rotation [+-]rot
	      Changes the default orientation of the selected pages.  The ori-
	      entation is expressed as an integer in range 0..3	representing a
	      number of	90 degree counter-clockwise rotations.	When the argu-
	      ment  is preceded	by a sign + or -, argument rot counts how many
	      additional 90 degree counter-clockwise rotations should  be  ap-
	      plied  to	 the  page. Otherwise, argument	rot represents the de-
	      sired absolute page orientation.	Only DjVu  pages  can  be  ro-
	      tated.  Pages represented	as a raw IW44 image cannot be rotated.

       set-dpi dpi
	      Sets  the	resolution of the page image in	dots per inche.	 Argu-
	      ment dpi should be in range 25..6000.

       set-page-title title
	      Sets a page title	for the	selected page.	When page  titles  are
	      available,  recent  versions  of	the  DjVuLibre viewers display
	      these page titles	instead	of page	numbers	and also  accept  them
	      in  page	selection options.  Command ls can be used to see both
	      the page titles and page identifiers.  To	unset  a  page	title,
	      simply make it equal to the page identifier.

DJVUSED	FILE FORMATS
       Djvused	uses  a	 simple	parenthesized syntax to	represent both annota-
       tions and hidden	text.

       *  This syntax is the native syntax used	by DjVu	 for  storing  annota-
	  tions.   Program djvused simply compresses the annotation data using
	  the bzz(1) algorithm.

       *  This syntax differs from the native syntax used by DjVu for  storing
	  the  hidden text.  Program djvused performs the translations between
	  the compact binary representation used by DjVu and the easily	 modi-
	  fiable parenthesized syntax.

   General syntax
       Djvused	files  are  ASCII text files.  The legal characters in djvused
       files are the printable ASCII characters	and the	space, tab, cr,	and nl
       characters.  Using other	characters has undefined results.

       Djvused	files  are  composed of	a sequence of expressions separated by
       blank characters	(space,	tab, cr, or nl).  There	are four kind  of  ex-
       pressions, namely integers, symbols, strings and	lists.

       Integers:
	      Integer  numbers are represented by one or more digits, with the
	      usual interpretation.

       Symbols:
	      Symbols, or identifiers, are sequences of	printable ascii	 char-
	      acters  representing a name or a keyword.	 Acceptable characters
	      are the alpha-numeric characters,	the underscore "_", the	 minus
	      character	"-", and the hash character "#".  Names	should not be-
	      gin with a digit or a minus character.

       Strings:
	      Strings denote an	arbitrary sequence of  bytes,  usually	inter-
	      preted  as  a  sequence of UTF-8 encoded characters.  Strings in
	      djvused files are	similar	to strings in the  C  language.	  They
	      are surrounded by	double quote characters.  Certain sequences of
	      characters starting with a backslash ("\") have a	special	 mean-
	      ing.   A	backslash  followed by letter "a", "b",	"t", "n", "v",
	      "f", "r",	"\", and stands	 for  the  ascii  character  BEL(007),
	      BS(008),	HT(009),  LF(010),  VT(011),  FF(012),	CR(013), BACK-
	      SLASH(134) and DOUBLEQUOTE(042) respectively.  A backslash  fol-
	      lowed  by	 one  to  three	digits stands for the byte whose octal
	      code is expressed	by the digits.	All other backslash  sequences
	      are  illegal.   All  non	printable ascii	characters must	be es-
	      caped.

       Lists: Lists are	sequence of expressions	separated by blanks  and  sur-
	      rounded  by  parentheses.	  All expressions types	are acceptable
	      within a list, including sub-lists.

   Hidden text syntax
       The building blocks of the hidden text syntax  are  lists  representing
       each  structural	 component  of the hidden text.	 Structural components
       have the	following form:

	  (type	xmin ymin xmax ymax ...	)

       The symbol type must be one of page, column, region, para, line,	 word,
       or  char,  listed here by decreasing order of importance.  The integers
       xmin, ymin, xmax, and ymax represent the	coordinates of a rectangle in-
       dicating	the position of	the structural component in the	page.  Coordi-
       nates are measured in pixels and	have their origin at the  bottom  left
       corner  of the page.  The remaining expressions in the list either is a
       single string representing the encoded text associated with this	struc-
       tural  component,  or  is  a  sequence  of structural components	with a
       lesser type.

       The hidden text for each	page is	simply represented by a	single	struc-
       tural  element  of  type	page.  Various level of	structural information
       are acceptable.	For instance, the  page	 level	component  might  only
       specify	a page level string, or	might only provide a list of lines, or
       might provide a full hierarchy down to the individual characters.

   Outline/Bookmark syntax
       The outline syntax is a single list of the form

	  (bookmarks ...)

       The first element of the	list is	symbol bookmarks.  The subsequent ele-
       ments  are  lists representing the toplevel outline entries.  Each out-
       line entry is represented by a list with	the following form:

	  (title url ... )

       The string title	is the title of	the outline  entry.   The  destination
       string  url can be either an arbitrary percent encoded URL, or composed
       of the hash character ("#") followed by a page name or number, or  com-
       posed of	the question mark character ("?")  followed by cgi-style argu-
       ments interpreted by the	djvu viewer.  The remaining expressions	in the
       list describe subentries	of this	outline	entry.

   Annotation syntax
       Annotations  are	 represented  by a sequence of annotation expressions.
       The following annotation	expressions are	recognized:

       (background color)
	      Specify the color	of the viewer area surrounding the DjVu	image.
	      Colors  are represented with the X11 hexadecimal syntax #RRGGBB.
	      For instance, #000000 is black and #FFFFFF is white.

       (zoom zoomvalue)
	      Specify the initial zoom factor of the  image.   Argument	 zoom-
	      value  can  be one of stretch, one2one, width, page, or composed
	      of the letter d followed by a number in range 1  to  999	repre-
	      senting a	zoom factor (such as in	d300 or	d150 for instance.)

       (mode modevalue)
	      Specify  the  initial display mode of the	image.	Argument mode-
	      value is one of color, bw, fore, or back.

       (align horzalign	vertalign)
	      Specify how the image should be aligned on the  viewer  surface.
	      By  default the image is located in the center.  Argument	horza-
	      lign can be one of left, center, or right.   Argument  vertalign
	      can be one of top, center, or bottom.

       (maparea	url comment area ...)
	      Define an	hyper-link for the specified destination.

	      Argument url can have one	of the following forms:

		 href
		 (url href target)

	      where  href  is a	string representing the	destination and	target
	      is a string representing the target frame	for the	hyper-link, as
	      defined by the HTML anchor tag <A>.  The destination string href
	      can be either an arbitrary percent encoded URL, or  composed  of
	      the  hash	 character ("#") followed by a page name or number, or
	      composed of the question mark character ("?")  followed by  cgi-
	      style  arguments	interpreted  by	the djvu viewer.  Page numbers
	      may be prefixed with an optional sign to represent a  page  dis-
	      placement.  For instance the strings "#-1" and "#+1" can be used
	      to access	the previous page and the next page.

	      Argument comment is a string that	 might	be  displayed  by  the
	      viewer when the user moves the mouse over	the hyper-link.

	      Argument	area  defines the shape	and the	location of the	hyper-
	      link.  The following forms are recognized:

		 (rect xmin ymin width height)
		 (oval xmin ymin width height)
		 (poly x0 y0 x1	y1 ... )
		 (text xmin ymin width height)
		 (line x0 y0 x1	y1)

	      All parameters are numbers  representing	coordinates.   Coordi-
	      nates are	measured in pixels and have their origin at the	bottom
	      left corner of the page.

	      The remaining expressions	in the maparea list represent the vis-
	      ual effect associated with the hyper-link.

	      A	 first	set of options defines how borders are drawn for rect,
	      oval, polygon, or	text hyperlink areas.

		 (none)
		 (xor)
		 (border color)
		 (shadow_in [thickness])
		 (shadow_out [thickness])
		 (shadow_ein [thickness])
		 (shadow_eout [thickness])

	      where parameter color has	syntax #RRGGBB as described above, and
	      parameter	 thickness  is	an integer in range 1 to 32.  The last
	      four border options are only supported for rect hyperlink	areas.
	      Although the border mode defaults	to (xor), it is	wise to	always
	      specify the border mode.	Border options do not  apply  to  line
	      areas.

	      When  a  border  option is specified, the	border becomes visible
	      when the user moves the mouse over the hyperlink.	The border may
	      be made always visible by	using the following option:

		 (border_avis)

	      The following two	options	may be used with rect hyperlink	areas.
	      The complete area	will be	highlighted using the specified	 color
	      at the specified opacity (0-100, default 50).

		 (hilite color)
		 (opacity op)

	      This  is	often  used with an empty URL for simply emphasizing a
	      specific segment of an image.

	      The following three options may be used with line	areas to spec-
	      ify an optional ending arrow, the	line width and color.  The de-
	      fault is a black line with width 1 and without arrow.

		 (arrow)
		 (width	w)
		 (lineclr color)

	      Finally the following three options can be used with text	areas.
	      The  default  background color is	transparent.  The default text
	      color is black.  The pushpin option indicates that the  text  is
	      symbolized  by  a	small pushpin icon.  Clicking the icon reveals
	      the text.

		 (backclr bkcolor)
		 (textclr txtcolor)
		 (pushpin)

       (metadata ... (key value) ... )
	      Define metadata entries.	Each entry is identified by  a	symbol
	      key  representing	the nature of the meta data entry.  The	string
	      value represents the value  associated  with  the	 corresponding
	      key.   Two  sets	of keys	are noteworthy:	keys borrowed from the
	      BibTex bibliography system,  and	keys  borrowed	from  the  PDF
	      DocInfo  metadata.   BibTex  keys	are always expressed in	lower-
	      case, such as year, booktitle, editor,  author,  etc..   DocInfo
	      keys start with an uppercase letter, such	as Title, Author, Sub-
	      ject, Creator, Produced,	Trapped,  CreationDate,	 and  ModDate.
	      The values associated with the last two keys should be dates ex-
	      pressed according	to RFC 3339.

LIMITATIONS
       The current version of program djvused only supports selecting one com-
       ponent  file  or	all component files.  There is no way to select	only a
       few component files.

CREDITS
       This program was	initially written by Leon Bottou  <leonb@users.source-
       forge.net>  and	was improved by	Yann Le	Cun <profshadoko@users.source-
       forge.net>, Florin Nicsa, Bill  Riemers	<docbill@sourceforge.net>  and
       many others.

SEE ALSO
       djvu(1),	 djvutxt(1),  djvmcvt(1),  djvudump(1),	 bzz(1), Emacs djvused
       front end djvu.el on GNU	Elpa repository.

DjVuLibre-3.5			   5/22/2005			    DJVUSED(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | DJVUSED EXAMPLES | DJVUSED COMMANDS | DJVUSED FILE FORMATS | LIMITATIONS | CREDITS | SEE ALSO

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