Re: per-page images in print documents

Subject: Re: per-page images in print documents
From: Murray Stokely <murray@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 8 May 2000 01:59:15 -0700 (PDT)
  I've thought about this since I'm quite effecient with Perl.
However I know nothing of the RTF format or the TeX language.
PostScript is such an elegant language, it seems like someone would
have written a backend that creates native PostScript without having
to go through TeX.  Is RTF relatively easy to much with in this way?
Do you have a reference? 


On Mon, 8 May 2000, G Seshadri wrote:
% You could simply output the document with the image and the text one after
% the other and use a small ( *note*) perl script to change the way the output
% looks. I think you have to use the page-sequence flow object which alas Jade
% doesnt output because as *they* say it is difficult to do it on the
% backends. 
% seshadri
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