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concatenate DVI files

see also : dviselect - latex - tex


dviconcat [ -m magnification ] [ -o outfile ] list of files

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dumper.exe _dumper
dupload _dupload
dvibook _dvi
dviconcat _dvi
dvicopy _dvi
dvidvi _dvi
dvips _dvi
dviselect _dvi


Dviconcat concatenates the named files (or standard input, if no file names are given) onto the standard output or the given outfile, creating a new DVI file usable by any of the TeX conversion programs, or even by dviconcat itself.

The magnification of the output file is the same as that of the first input file unless the -m option is given. When dviconcat changes the magnification of any input file, it prints a warning to this effect.


The program should be called dvicat, but that name was taken (for the driver for the C/A/T typesetter).

see also

dviselect , latex , tex
MC-TeX User’s Guide


Chris Torek, University of Maryland

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