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 	pi_gzip.txt \
 	pi_netrw.txt \
 	pi_spec.txt \
+	print.txt \
 	quickfix.txt \
 	quickref.txt \
 	quotes.txt \
 	version4.txt \
 	version5.txt \
 	version6.txt \
+	version7.txt \
 	vi_diff.txt \
 	visual.txt \
 	windows.txt \
 	pi_gzip.html \
 	pi_netrw.html \
 	pi_spec.html \
+	print.html \
 	quickfix.html \
 	quickref.html \
 	quotes.html \
 	version4.html \
 	version5.html \
 	version6.html \
+	version7.html \
 	vi_diff.html \
 	visual.html \
 	windows.html \
 tempname()			String	name for a temporary file
 tolower( {expr})		String	the String {expr} switched to lowercase
 toupper( {expr})		String	the String {expr} switched to uppercase
+tr( {src}, {fromstr}, {tostr})	String	translate chars of {src} in {fromstr}
+					to chars in {tostr}
 type( {name})			Number	type of variable {name}
 virtcol( {expr})		Number	screen column of cursor or mark
 visualmode( [expr])		String	last visual mode used
 		characters turned into uppercase (just like applying |gU| to
 		the string).
 
+tr({src}, {fromstr}, {tostr})				*tr()*
+		The result is a copy of the {src} string with all characters
+		which appear in {fromstr} replaced by the character in that
+		position in the {tostr} string.  Thus the first character in
+		{fromstr} is translated into the first character in {tostr}
+		and so on.  Exactly like the unix "tr" command.
+		This code also deals with multibyte characters properly.
+
+		Examples: >
+			echo tr("hello there", "ht", "HT")
+<		returns "Hello THere" >
+			echo tr("<blob>", "<>", "{}")
+<		returns "{blob}"
+
 type({expr})						*type()*
 		The result is a Number:
 			0 if {expr} has the type Number
 |fold.txt|	hide (fold) ranges of lines
 
 Special issues ~
+|print.txt|	printing
 |remote.txt|	using Vim as a server or client
 |term.txt|	using different terminals and mice
 |digraph.txt|	list of available digraphs

runtime/doc/indent.txt

-*indent.txt*    For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Apr 25
+*indent.txt*    For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 07
 
 
 		  VIM REFERENCE MANUAL    by Bram Moolenaar
 
 
 The defaults, spelled out in full, are:
-	cinoptions=>s,e0,n0,f0,{0,}0,^0,:s,=s,l0,gs,hs,ps,ts,+s,c3,C0,(2s,us,
-		   \U0,w0,m0,j0,)20,*30
+	cinoptions=>s,e0,n0,f0,{0,}0,^0,:s,=s,l0,b0,gs,hs,ps,ts,is,+s,c3,C0,
+		   /0,(2s,us,U0,w0,W0,m0,j0,)20,*30
 
 Vim puts a line in column 1 if:
 - It starts with '#' (preprocessor directives), if 'cinkeys' contains '#'.

runtime/doc/index.txt

-*index.txt*     For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 04
+*index.txt*     For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 07
 
 
 		  VIM REFERENCE MANUAL    by Bram Moolenaar
 |:mkvimrc|	:mkv[imrc]	write current mappings and settings to a file
 |:mkview|	:mkvie[w]	write view of current window to a file
 |:mode|		:mod[e]		show or change the screen mode
+|:mzscheme|	:mz[scheme]	execute MzScheme command
+|:mzfile|	:mzf[ile]	execute MzScheme script file
 |:next|		:n[ext]		go to next file in the argument list
 |:new|		:new		create a new empty window
 |:nmap|		:nm[ap]		like ":map" but for Normal mode

runtime/doc/mbyte.txt

-*mbyte.txt*     For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jun 16
+*mbyte.txt*     For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 05
 
 
 		  VIM REFERENCE MANUAL	  by Bram Moolenaar et al.
   Traditional and Simplified Chinese characters.  And it can accept other
   locale if you make a correct input table.  Xcin can be found at:
   http://xcin.linux.org.tw/
+  Others are scim: http://scim.freedesktop.org/ and fcitx:
+  http://www.fcitx.org/ 
 
 - Conversion Server
 							*conversion-server*

runtime/doc/options.txt

 			{not in Vi}
 			{only available when compiled with the |+printer|
 			feature}
-	This defines the name of the printer to be used when the |:hardcopy|
-	command is issued with a bang (!) to skip the printer selection
-	dialog.  On Win32, it should be the printer name exactly as it appears
-	in the standard printer dialog.
-	If the option is empty, then vim will use the system default printer
-	for ":hardcopy!"
-
-					*'printencoding'* *'penc'* *E620*
-'printencoding' 'penc'	String	(default empty, except for:
-					Windows, OS/2: cp1252,
-					Macintosh: mac-roman,
-					VMS: dec-mcs,
-					HPUX: hp-roman8,
-					EBCDIC: ebcdic-uk)
+	The name of the printer to be used for |:hardcopy|.
+	See |pdev-option|.
+
+						*'printencoding'* *'penc'*
+'printencoding' 'penc'	String	(default empty, except for some systems)
 			global
 			{not in Vi}
 			{only available when compiled with the |+printer|
 			and |+postscript| features}
-	Sets the character encoding used when printing.  This option tells VIM
-	which print character encoding file from the "print" directory in
-	'runtimepath' to use.
-
-	This option will accept any value from |encoding-names|.  Any
-	recognized names are converted to VIM standard names - see 'encoding'
-	for more details.  Names not recognized by VIM will just be converted
-	to lower case and underscores replaced with '-' signs.
-
-	If 'printencoding' is empty or VIM cannot find the file then it will
-	use 'encoding' (if VIM is compiled with |+multi_byte| and it is set an
-	8-bit encoding) to find the print character encoding file.  If VIM is
-	unable to find a character encoding file then it will use the "latin1"
-	print character encoding file.
-
-	When 'encoding' is set to a multi-byte encoding, VIM will try to
-	convert characters to the printing encoding for printing (if
-	'printencoding' is empty then the conversion will be to latin1).
-	Conversion to a printing encoding other than latin1 will require VIM
-	to be compiled with the |+iconv| feature.  If no conversion is
-	possible then printing will fail.  Any characters that cannot be
-	converted will be replaced with upside down question marks.
-
-	Four print character encoding files are provided to support default
-	Mac, VMS, HPUX, and EBCDIC character encodings and are used by default
-	on these platforms.  Code page 1252 print character encoding is used
-	by default on Windows and OS/2 platforms.
-
+	Sets the character encoding used when printing.
+	See |penc-option|.
 
 						*'printexpr'* *'pexpr'*
 'printexpr' 'pexpr'	String	(default: see below)
 			{not in Vi}
 			{only available when compiled with the |+printer|
 			and |+postscript| features}
-	Expression that is evaluated to print the PostScript produced with
-	":hardcopy".
-	The file name to be printed is in |v:fname_in|.
-	The arguments to the ":hardcopy" command are in |v:cmdarg|.
-	The expression must take care of deleting the file after printing it.
-	When there is an error, the expression must return a non-zero number.
-	If there is no error, return zero or an empty string.
-	The default for non MS-Windows or VMS systems is to simply use "lpr"
-	to print the file: >
-
-	    system('lpr' . (&printdevice == '' ? '' : ' -P' . &printdevice)
-		. ' ' . v:fname_in) . delete(v:fname_in) + v:shell_error
-<
-	On MS-Dos, MS-Windows and OS/2 machines the default is to copy the
-	file to the currently specified printdevice: >
-
-	    system('copy' . ' ' . v:fname_in . (&printdevice == ''
-			? ' LPT1:' : (' \"' . &printdevice . '\"')))
-			. delete(v:fname_in)
-<
-	On VMS machines the default is to send the file to either the default
-	or currently specified printdevice: >
-
-	    system('print' . (&printdevice == '' ? '' : ' /queue=' .
-			&printdevice) . ' ' . v:fname_in) . delete(v:fname_in)
-<
-	If you change this option, using a function is an easy way to avoid
-	having to escape all the spaces.  Example: >
-
-		:set printexpr=PrintFile(v:fname_in)
-		:function PrintFile(fname)
-		:  call system("ghostview " . a:fname)
-		:  call delete(a:fname)
-		:  return v:shell_error
-		:endfunc
-
-<	Be aware that some print programs return control before they have read
-	the file.  If you delete the file too soon it will not be printed.
-	These programs usually offer an option to have them remove the file
-	when printing is done.
-								*E365*
-	If evaluating the expression fails or it results in a non-zero number,
-	you get an error message.  In that case Vim will delete the
-	file.  In the default value for non-MS-Windows a trick is used: Adding
-	"v:shell_error" will result in a non-zero number when the system()
-	call fails.
-	This option cannot be set from a |modeline| or in the |sandbox|, for
-	security reasons.
-
-						*'printfont'* *'pfn'* *E613*
+	Expression used to print the PostScript produced with |:hardcopy|.
+	See |pexpr-option|.
+
+						*'printfont'* *'pfn'*
 'printfont' 'pfn'	string	(default "courier")
 			global
 			{not in Vi}
 			{only available when compiled with the |+printer|
 			feature}
-	This is the name of the font that will be used for the |:hardcopy|
-	command's output.  It has the same format as the 'guifont' option,
-	except that only one font may be named, and the special "guifont=*"
-	syntax is not available.
-	In the Win32 GUI version this specifies a font name with its extra
-	attributes, as with the 'guifont' option.
-	For other systems, only ":h11" is recognized, where "11" is the point
-	size of the font.  When omitted, the point size is 10.
+	The name of the font that will be used for |:hardcopy|.
+	See |pfn-option|.
 
 						*'printheader'* *'pheader'*
 'printheader' 'pheader'  string  (default "%<%f%h%m%=Page %N")
 			{not in Vi}
 			{only available when compiled with the |+printer|
 			feature}
-	This defines the format of the header produced in |:hardcopy| output.
-	The option is defined in the same way as the 'statusline' option.
-	If Vim has not been compiled with the |+statusline| feature, this
-	option has no effect and a simple default header is used, which shows
-	the page number.
+	The format of the header produced in |:hardcopy| output.
+	See |pheader-option|.
+
+						*'printmbcharset'* *'pmbcs'*
+'printmbcharset' 'pmbcs'  string (default "")
+			global
+			{not in Vi}
+			{only available when compiled with the |+printer|
+			and |+multi_byte| features}
+	The CJK character set to be used for CJK output from |:hardcopy|.
+	See |pmbcs-option|.
+
+						*'printmbfont'* *'pmbfn'*
+'printmbfont' 'pmbfn'	string (default "")
+			global
+			{not in Vi}
+			{only available when compiled with the |+printer|
+			and |+multi_byte| features}
+	List of font names to be used for CJK output from |:hardcopy|.
+	See |pmbfn-option|.
 
 						*'printoptions'* *'popt'*
 'printoptions' 'popt' string (default "")
 			global
 			{not in Vi}
 			{only available when compiled with |+printer| feature}
-	This is a comma-separated list of items that control the format of
-	the output of |:hardcopy|:
-
-	  left:{spec}		left margin (default: 10pc)
-	  right:{spec}		right margin (default: 5pc)
-	  top:{spec}		top margin (default: 5pc)
-	  bottom:{spec}		bottom margin (default: 5pc)
-				{spec} is a number followed by "in" for
-				inches, "pt" for points (1 point is 1/72 of an
-				inch), "mm" for millimeters or "pc" for a
-				percentage of the media size.
-				Weird example:
-				    left:2in,top:30pt,right:16mm,bottom:3pc
-				If the unit is not recognized there is no
-				error and the default value is used.
-
-	  header:{nr}		Number of lines to reserve for the header.
-				Only the first line is actually filled, thus
-				when {nr} is 2 there is one empty line.  The
-				header is formatted according to
-				'printheader'.
-	  header:0		Do not print a header.
-	  header:2  (default)	Use two lines for the header
-
-	  syntax:n		Do not use syntax highlighting.  This is
-				faster and thus useful when printing large
-				files.
-	  syntax:y		Do syntax highlighting.
-	  syntax:a  (default)	Use syntax highlighting if the printer appears
-				to be able to print color or grey.
-
-	  number:y		Include line numbers in the printed output.
-	  number:n  (default)	No line numbers.
-
-	  wrap:y    (default)	Wrap long lines.
-	  wrap:n		Truncate long lines.
-
-	  duplex:off		Print on one side.
-	  duplex:long (default)	Print on both sides (when possible), bind on
-				long side.
-	  duplex:short		Print on both sides (when possible), bind on
-				short side.
-
-	  collate:y  (default)	Collating: 1 2 3, 1 2 3, 1 2 3
-	  collate:n		No collating: 1 1 1, 2 2 2, 3 3 3
-
-	  jobsplit:n (default)	Do all copies in one print job
-	  jobsplit:y		Do each copy as a separate print job.  Useful
-				when doing N-up postprocessing.
-
-	  portrait:y (default)	Orientation is portrait.
-	  portrait:n		Orientation is landscape.
-							*a4* *letter*
-	  paper:A4   (default)	Paper size: A4
-	  paper:{name}		Paper size from this table:
-				{name}	    size in cm	     size in inch ~
-				10x14	    25.4  x 35.57    10    x 14
-				A3	    29.7  x 42	     11.69 x 16.54
-				A4	    21	  x 29.7      8.27 x 11.69
-				A5	    14.8  x 21	      5.83 x  8.27
-				B4	    25	  x 35.3     10.12 x 14.33
-				B5	    17.6  x 25	      7.17 x 10.12
-				executive   18.42 x 26.67     7.25 x 10.5
-				folio	    21	  x 33	      8.27 x 13
-				ledger	    43.13 x 27.96    17    x 11
-				legal	    21.59 x 35.57     8.5  x 14
-				letter	    21.59 x 27.96     8.5  x 11
-				quarto	    21.59 x 27.5      8.5  x 10.83
-				statement   13.97 x 21.59     5.5  x  8.5
-				tabloid     27.96 x 43.13    11    x 17
-
-	  formfeed:n (default)	Treat form feed characters (0x0c) as a normal
-				print character.
-	  formfeed:y		When a form feed character is encountered,
-				continue printing of the current line at the
-				beginning of the first line on a new page.
-
-	The item indicated with (default) is used when the item is not
-	present.  The values are not always used, especially when using a
-	dialog to select the printer and options.
-	Example: >
-		:set printoptions=paper:letter,duplex:off
-<
+	List of items that control the format of the output of |:hardcopy|.
+	See |popt-option|.
+
 						*'quoteescape''* *'qe'*
 'quoteescape' 'qe'	string	(default "\")
 			local to buffer

runtime/doc/pi_netrw.txt

 5.  Ex Commands.........................................|netrw-ex|
 6.  Variables and Options...............................|netrw-var|
 7.  Remote Directory Browser............................|netrw-browse|
-     ?..........Help....................................|netrw-help|
-     <cr>.......Browsing................................|netrw-cr|
-     <c-l>......Refreshing the Listing..................|netrw-c-l|
-     <del>......Removing Files or Directories...........|netrw-delete|
-     D..........Removing Files or Directories...........|netrw-D|
-     R..........Renaming Files or Directories...........|netrw-R|
-     -..........Going Up................................|netrw--|
-     a..........Hiding Files or Directories.............|netrw-a|
-     h..........Edit File/Directory Hiding..............|netrw-h|
-     o..........Browsing with a Horizontal Split........|netrw-o|
-     r..........Reversing Sorting Order.................|netrw-r|
-     s..........Selecting Sorting Style.................|netrw-s|
-     v..........Browsing with a Vertical Split..........|netrw-v|
-     x..........Customizing Browsing....................|netrw-x|
 8.  Debugging...........................................|netrw-debug|
 9.  History.............................................|netrw-history|
 10. Credits.............................................|netrw-credits|
 
 ==============================================================================
 7. Remote Directory Browser *netrw-browse* *netrw-dir* *netrw-list* *netrw-help*
+     ?..........Help....................................|netrw-help|
+     <cr>.......Browsing................................|netrw-cr|
+     <c-l>......Refreshing the Listing..................|netrw-c-l|
+     <del>......Removing Files or Directories...........|netrw-delete|
+     D..........Removing Files or Directories...........|netrw-D|
+     \H.........Edit File/Directory Hiding List.........|netrw-H|
+     \M.........Make A New Directory....................|netrw-M|
+     R..........Renaming Files or Directories...........|netrw-R|
+     -..........Going Up................................|netrw--|
+     a..........Hiding Files or Directories.............|netrw-a|
+     i..........Long Listing............................|netrw-i|
+     o..........Browsing with a Horizontal Split........|netrw-o|
+     r..........Reversing Sorting Order.................|netrw-r|
+     s..........Selecting Sorting Style.................|netrw-s|
+     v..........Browsing with a Vertical Split..........|netrw-v|
+     x..........Customizing Browsing....................|netrw-x|
+     				*netrw-browse-cmds*
 >
+			Quick Reference Commands Table
+        -------	-----------
 	Command	Explanation
         -------	-----------
 	   ?	Causes Netrw to issue help
 	   -	Makes Netrw go up one directory
 	   a	Show all of a directory (temporarily ignore g:netrw_list_hide)
 	   h	Edit file hiding list
+	   i	Toggles between long and short listing
 	   o	Enter the file/directory under the cursor in a new browser
 	   	window.  A horizontal split is used.
 	   r	Reverse sorting order
 	Var			Explanation
 	---			-----------
 	g:netrw_list_cmd	supports listing
-	g:netrw_rm_cmd		supports removing files
-	g:netrw_rmf_cmd		supports removing softlinks to directories
-	g:netrw_rmdir_cmd	supports removing directories
-	g:netrw_winsize		specify initial size of new o/v windows
 	g:netrw_list_hide	comma separated list of patterns for
 				hiding files
+	g:netrw_local_mkdir	specify command for making a directory locally
+	g:netrw_local_rmdir	remove directory command          default: rmdir
+	g:netrw_local_rename	rename file/directory command
+				unix-default: rm    win32-default: ren
+	g:netrw_mkdir_cmd	specify command for making a directory remotely
+	g:netrw_rm_cmd		supports removing files
+	g:netrw_rmdir_cmd	supports removing directories
+	g:netrw_rmf_cmd		supports removing softlinks to directories
 	g:netrw_sort_by		sort by "name", "time", or "size"
 	g:netrw_sort_direction	sorting direction: "normal" or "reverse"
 	g:netrw_sort_sequence	when sorting by name, first sort by the
 				comma-separated pattern sequence
+	g:netrw_timefmt		specify format string to strftime()  default: %c
+	g:netrw_winsize		specify initial size of new o/v windows
 <
 INTRODUCTION TO REMOTE DIRECTORY BROWSING
 
 browsing expects that directories will be flagged by a trailing slash.
 
 
-BROWSING 						*netrw-cr*
+BROWSING 							*netrw-cr*
 
 Browsing is simple: move the cursor onto a file or directory of interest.
 Hitting the <cr> (the return key) will select the file or directory.
 Directories will themselves be listed, and files will be opened using the
 protocol given in the original read request.
 
+LONG VS SHORT LISTING						*netrw-i*
 
-REMOVING FILES OR DIRECTORIES	*netrw-delete* *netrw-remove* *netrw-D*
+The short listing format gives just the files' and directories' names.
+The long listing is either based on the "ls" command via ssh for remote
+directories or displays the filename, file size (in bytes), and the
+time and date of last modification for local directories.
+
+
+MAKING A NEW DIRECTORY						*netrw-M*
+
+Actually <Leader>M, where the <Leader> is, by default, the backslash.
+
+With the "<Leader>M" map one may make a new directory either remotely (which
+depends on the global variable g:netrw_mkdir_cmd) or locally (which depends on
+the global variable g:netrw_local_mkdir).  Netrw will issue a request for the
+new directory's name.  A bare <CR> at that point will abort the making of the
+directory.  Attempts to make a local directory that already exists (as either
+a file or a directory) will be detected, reported on, and ignored.
+
+REMOVING FILES OR DIRECTORIES	*netrw-delete* *netrw-remove*	*netrw-D*
 
 Deleting/removing files and directories involves moving the cursor to the
 file/directory to be deleted and pressing "D".  Directories must be empty first
 	g:netrw_rmf_cmd: ssh HOSTNAME rm -f
 
 
-RENAMING FILES OR DIRECTORIES			*netrw-move* *netrw-rename*
+RENAMING FILES OR DIRECTORIES		*netrw-move* *netrw-rename* *netrw-R*
 
 Renaming/moving files and directories involves moving the cursor to the
 file/directory to be moved (renamed) and pressing "R".  You will then be
 
 The "a" map lets the browser ignore the g:netrw_list_hide variable.  Normally
 the g:netrw_list_hide variable holds a comma separated list of patterns which
-will be hidden (removed) from the directory listing.
+will be hidden (removed) from the directory listing.  Mnemonically, the
+"a" stands for show All.
 
 
-EDIT FILE OR DIRECTORY HIDING					*netrw-h*
+EDIT FILE OR DIRECTORY HIDING LIST				*netrw-H*
 
-The "h" map brings up a requestor allowing the user to change the
-file/directory hiding list.
+Actually <Leader>H, where the <Leader> is, by default, the backslash.
+
+The "<Leader>H" map brings up a requestor allowing the user to change the
+file/directory hiding list.  The hiding list consists of one or more
+patterns delimited by commas.  Files and/or directories satisfying
+these patterns will be hidden (ie. not shown).
 
 
 BROWSING WITH A HORIZONTALLY SPLIT WINDOW			*netrw-o*

runtime/doc/print.txt

+*print.txt*     For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 05
+
+
+		  VIM REFERENCE MANUAL    by Bram Moolenaar
+
+
+Printing						*printing*
+
+1. Introduction				|print-intro|
+2. Print options			|print-options|
+3. PostScript Printing			|postscript-printing|
+4. PostScript Printing Encoding		|postscript-print-encoding|
+5. PostScript CJK Printing 		|postscript-cjk-printing|
+6. PostScript Printing Troubleshooting	|postscript-print-trouble|
+7. PostScript Utilities			|postscript-print-util|
+8. Formfeed Characters			|printing-formfeed|
+
+{Vi has None of this}
+{only available when compiled with the |+printer| feature}
+
+==============================================================================
+1. Introduction						*print-intro*
+
+On MS-Windows Vim can print your text on any installed printer.  On other
+systems a PostScript file is produced.  This can be directly sent to a
+PostScript printer.  For other printers a program like ghostscript needs to be
+used.
+
+					*:ha* *:hardcopy* *E237* *E238* *E324*
+:[range]ha[rdcopy][!] [arguments]
+			Send [range] lines (default whole file) to the
+			printer.
+
+			On MS-Windows a dialog is displayed to allow selection
+			of printer, paper size etc. To skip the dialog, use
+			the [!].  In this case the printer defined by
+			'printdevice' is used, or, if 'printdevice' is empty,
+			the system default printer.
+
+			For systems other than MS-Windows, PostScript is
+			written in a temp file and 'printexpr' is used to
+			actually print it.  Then [arguments] can be used by
+			'printexpr' through |v:cmdarg|.  Otherwise [arguments]
+			is ignored.  'printoptions' can be used to specify
+			paper size, duplex, etc.
+
+:[range]ha[rdcopy][!] >{filename}
+			As above, but write the resulting PostScript in file
+			{filename}.
+			Things like "%" are expanded |cmdline-special|
+			Careful: An existing file is silently overwritten.
+			{only available when compiled with the |+postscript|
+			feature}
+			On MS-Windows use the "print to file" feature of the
+			printer driver.
+
+Progress is displayed during printing as a page number and a percentage.  To
+abort printing use the interrupt key (CTRL-C or, on MS-systems, CTRL-Break).
+
+Printer output is controlled by the 'printfont' and 'printoptions' options.
+'printheader' specifies the format of a page header.
+
+The printed file is always limited to the selected margins, irrespective of
+the current window's 'wrap' or 'linebreak' settings.  The "wrap" item in
+'printoptions' can be used to switch wrapping off.
+The current highlighting colors are used in the printout, with the following
+considerations:
+1) The normal background is always rendered as white (i.e. blank paper.)
+2) White text or the default foreground is rendered as black, so that it shows
+   up!
+3) If 'background' is "dark", then the colours are darkened to compensate for
+   the fact that otherwise they would be too bright to show up clearly on
+   white paper.
+
+==============================================================================
+2. Print options					*print-options*
+
+Here are the details for the options that change the way printing is done.
+For generic info about setting options see |options.txt|.
+
+							*pdev-option*
+'printdevice' 'pdev'	string	(default empty)
+			global
+This defines the name of the printer to be used when the |:hardcopy| command
+is issued with a bang (!) to skip the printer selection dialog.  On Win32, it
+should be the printer name exactly as it appears in the standard printer
+dialog.
+If the option is empty, then vim will use the system default printer for
+":hardcopy!"
+
+							*penc-option* *E620*
+'printencoding' 'penc'	String	(default empty, except for:
+					Windows, OS/2: cp1252,
+					Macintosh: mac-roman,
+					VMS: dec-mcs,
+					HPUX: hp-roman8,
+					EBCDIC: ebcdic-uk)
+			global
+Sets the character encoding used when printing.  This option tells VIM which
+print character encoding file from the "print" directory in 'runtimepath' to
+use.
+
+This option will accept any value from |encoding-names|.  Any recognized names
+are converted to VIM standard names - see 'encoding' for more details.  Names
+not recognized by VIM will just be converted to lower case and underscores
+replaced with '-' signs.
+
+If 'printencoding' is empty or VIM cannot find the file then it will use
+'encoding' (if VIM is compiled with |+multi_byte| and it is set an 8-bit
+encoding) to find the print character encoding file.  If VIM is unable to find
+a character encoding file then it will use the "latin1" print character
+encoding file.
+
+When 'encoding' is set to a multi-byte encoding, VIM will try to convert
+characters to the printing encoding for printing (if 'printencoding' is empty
+then the conversion will be to latin1).  Conversion to a printing encoding
+other than latin1 will require VIM to be compiled with the |+iconv| feature.
+If no conversion is possible then printing will fail.  Any characters that
+cannot be converted will be replaced with upside down question marks.
+
+Four print character encoding files are provided to support default Mac, VMS,
+HPUX, and EBCDIC character encodings and are used by default on these
+platforms.  Code page 1252 print character encoding is used by default on
+Windows and OS/2 platforms.
+
+							*pexpr-option*
+'printexpr' 'pexpr'	String	(default: see below)
+			global
+Expression that is evaluated to print the PostScript produced with
+|:hardcopy|.
+The file name to be printed is in |v:fname_in|.
+The arguments to the ":hardcopy" command are in |v:cmdarg|.
+The expression must take care of deleting the file after printing it.
+When there is an error, the expression must return a non-zero number.
+If there is no error, return zero or an empty string.
+The default for non MS-Windows or VMS systems is to simply use "lpr" to print
+the file: >
+
+    system('lpr' . (&printdevice == '' ? '' : ' -P' . &printdevice)
+	. ' ' . v:fname_in) . delete(v:fname_in) + v:shell_error
+
+On MS-Dos, MS-Windows and OS/2 machines the default is to copy the file to the
+currently specified printdevice: >
+
+    system('copy' . ' ' . v:fname_in . (&printdevice == ''
+		? ' LPT1:' : (' \"' . &printdevice . '\"')))
+		. delete(v:fname_in)
+
+On VMS machines the default is to send the file to either the default or
+currently specified printdevice: >
+
+    system('print' . (&printdevice == '' ? '' : ' /queue=' .
+		&printdevice) . ' ' . v:fname_in) . delete(v:fname_in)
+
+If you change this option, using a function is an easy way to avoid having to
+escape all the spaces.  Example: >
+
+	:set printexpr=PrintFile(v:fname_in)
+	:function PrintFile(fname)
+	:  call system("ghostview " . a:fname)
+	:  call delete(a:fname)
+	:  return v:shell_error
+	:endfunc
+
+Be aware that some print programs return control before they have read the
+file.  If you delete the file too soon it will not be printed.  These programs
+usually offer an option to have them remove the file when printing is done.
+							*E365*
+If evaluating the expression fails or it results in a non-zero number, you get
+an error message.  In that case Vim will delete the file.  In the default
+value for non-MS-Windows a trick is used: Adding "v:shell_error" will result
+in a non-zero number when the system() call fails.
+
+This option cannot be set from a |modeline| or in the |sandbox|, for security
+reasons.
+
+							*pfn-option* *E613*
+'printfont' 'pfn'	string	(default "courier")
+			global
+This is the name of the font that will be used for the |:hardcopy| command's
+output.  It has the same format as the 'guifont' option, except that only one
+font may be named, and the special "guifont=*" syntax is not available.
+
+In the Win32 GUI version this specifies a font name with its extra attributes,
+as with the 'guifont' option.
+
+For other systems, only ":h11" is recognized, where "11" is the point size of
+the font.  When omitted, the point size is 10.
+
+							*pheader-option*
+'printheader' 'pheader'  string  (default "%<%f%h%m%=Page %N")
+			 global
+This defines the format of the header produced in |:hardcopy| output.  The
+option is defined in the same way as the 'statusline' option.  If Vim has not
+been compiled with the |+statusline| feature, this option has no effect and a
+simple default header is used, which shows the page number.
+
+							*pmbcs-option*
+'printmbcharset' 'pmbcs'  string (default "")
+			  global
+Sets the CJK character set to be used when generating CJK output from
+|:hardcopy|.  The following predefined values are currently recognised by VIM:
+
+		Value		Description ~
+  Chinese	GB_2312-80
+  (Simplified)	GBT_12345-90
+		MAC		Apple Mac Simplified Chinese
+		GBT-90_MAC	GB/T 12345-90 Apple Mac Simplified
+				  Chinese
+		GBK		GBK (GB 13000.1-93)
+		ISO10646	ISO 10646-1:1993
+
+  Chinese	CNS_1993	CNS 11643-1993, Planes 1 & 2
+  (Traditional)	BIG5
+		ETEN		Big5 with ETen extensions
+		ISO10646	ISO 10646-1:1993
+
+  Japanese	JIS_C_1978
+		JIS_X_1983
+		JIS_X_1990
+		MSWINDOWS	Win3.1/95J (JIS X 1997 + NEC + 
+				  IBM extensions)
+		KANJITALK6	Apple Mac KanjiTalk V6.x
+		KANJITALK7	Apple Mac KanjiTalk V7.x
+
+  Korean	KS_X_1992
+		MAC		Apple Macintosh Korean
+		MSWINDOWS	KS X 1992 with MS extensions
+		ISO10646	ISO 10646-1:1993
+
+Only certain combinations of the above values and 'printencoding' are
+possible.  The following tables show the valid combinations:
+
+				euc-cn	 gbk	ucs-2	utf-8 ~
+  Chinese	GB_2312-80	   x
+  (Simplified)	GBT_12345-90	   x
+		MAC		   x
+		GBT-90_MAC	   x
+		GBK			   x
+		ISO10646			  x	  x
+
+				euc-tw	 big5	ucs-2	utf-8 ~
+  Chinese	CNS_1993	   x
+  (Traditional)	BIG5			   x
+		ETEN			   x
+		ISO10646			  x	  x
+
+				euc-jp	 sjis	ucs-2	utf-8 ~
+  Japanese	JIS_C_1978	   x	   x
+		JIS_X_1983	   x	   x
+		JIS_X_1990	   x		  x	  x
+		MSWINDOWS	   x
+		KANJITALK6	   x
+		KANJITALK7	   x
+
+				euc-kr	 cp949	ucs-2	utf-8 ~
+  Korean	KS_X_1992	   x   
+		MAC		   x
+		MSWINDOWS		   x
+		ISO10646			  x	  x
+
+To set up the correct encoding and character set for printing some
+Japanese text you would do the following; >
+	:set printencoding=euc-jp
+	:set printmbcharset=JIS_X_1983
+
+If 'printmbcharset' is not one of the above values then it is assumed to
+specify a custom multi-byte character set and no check will be made that it is
+compatible with the value for 'printencoding'.  VIM will look for a file
+defining the character set in the "print" directory in 'runtimepath'.
+
+							*pmbfn-option*
+'printmbfont' 'pmbfn'	string (default "")
+			global
+This is a comma-separated list of fields for font names to be used when
+generating CJK output from |:hardcopy|.  Each font name has to be preceded
+with a letter indicating the style the font is to be used for as follows:
+
+  r:{font-name}		font to use for normal characters
+  b:{font-name}		font to use for bold characters
+  i:{font-name}		font to use for italic characters
+  o:{font-name}		font to use for bold-italic characters
+
+A field with the r: prefix must be specified when doing CJK printing.  The
+other fontname specifiers are optional.  If a specifier is missing then
+another font will be used as follows:
+
+  if b: is missing, then use r:
+  if i: is missing, then use r:
+  if o: is missing, then use i:
+
+Some CJK fonts do not contain characters for codes in the ASCII code range.
+Also, some characters in the CJK ASCII code ranges differ in a few code points
+from traditional ASCII characters.  There are two additional fields to control
+printing of characters in the ASCII code range.
+
+  c:yes			Use Courier font for characters in the ASCII
+  c:no (default)	code range.
+
+  a:yes			Use ASCII character set for codes in the ASCII
+  a:no (default)	code range.
+
+The following is an example of specifying two multi-byte fonts, one for normal
+and italic printing and one for bold and bold-italic printing, and using
+Courier to print codes in the ASCII code range but using the national
+character set: >
+	:set printmbfont=r:WadaMin-Regular,b:WadaMin-Bold,c:yes
+<
+							*popt-option*
+'printoptions' 'popt' 	string (default "")
+			global
+This is a comma-separated list of items that control the format of the output
+of |:hardcopy|:
+
+  left:{spec}		left margin (default: 10pc)
+  right:{spec}		right margin (default: 5pc)
+  top:{spec}		top margin (default: 5pc)
+  bottom:{spec}		bottom margin (default: 5pc)
+			{spec} is a number followed by "in" for inches, "pt"
+			for points (1 point is 1/72 of an inch), "mm" for
+			millimeters or "pc" for a percentage of the media
+			size.
+			Weird example:
+			    left:2in,top:30pt,right:16mm,bottom:3pc
+			If the unit is not recognized there is no error and
+			the default value is used.
+
+  header:{nr}		Number of lines to reserve for the header.
+			Only the first line is actually filled, thus when {nr}
+			is 2 there is one empty line.  The header is formatted
+			according to 'printheader'.
+  header:0		Do not print a header.
+  header:2  (default)	Use two lines for the header
+
+  syntax:n		Do not use syntax highlighting.  This is faster and
+			thus useful when printing large files.
+  syntax:y		Do syntax highlighting.
+  syntax:a  (default)	Use syntax highlighting if the printer appears to be
+  			able to print color or grey.
+
+  number:y		Include line numbers in the printed output.
+  number:n  (default)	No line numbers.
+
+  wrap:y    (default)	Wrap long lines.
+  wrap:n		Truncate long lines.
+
+  duplex:off		Print on one side.
+  duplex:long (default)	Print on both sides (when possible), bind on long
+  			side.
+  duplex:short		Print on both sides (when possible), bind on short
+  			side.
+
+  collate:y  (default)	Collating: 1 2 3, 1 2 3, 1 2 3
+  collate:n		No collating: 1 1 1, 2 2 2, 3 3 3
+
+  jobsplit:n (default)	Do all copies in one print job
+  jobsplit:y		Do each copy as a separate print job.  Useful when
+  			doing N-up postprocessing.
+
+  portrait:y (default)	Orientation is portrait.
+  portrait:n		Orientation is landscape.
+						*a4* *letter*
+  paper:A4   (default)	Paper size: A4
+  paper:{name}		Paper size from this table:
+			{name}	    size in cm	     size in inch ~
+			10x14	    25.4  x 35.57    10    x 14
+			A3	    29.7  x 42	     11.69 x 16.54
+			A4	    21	  x 29.7      8.27 x 11.69
+			A5	    14.8  x 21	      5.83 x  8.27
+			B4	    25	  x 35.3     10.12 x 14.33
+			B5	    17.6  x 25	      7.17 x 10.12
+			executive   18.42 x 26.67     7.25 x 10.5
+			folio	    21	  x 33	      8.27 x 13
+			ledger	    43.13 x 27.96    17    x 11
+			legal	    21.59 x 35.57     8.5  x 14
+			letter	    21.59 x 27.96     8.5  x 11
+			quarto	    21.59 x 27.5      8.5  x 10.83
+			statement   13.97 x 21.59     5.5  x  8.5
+			tabloid     27.96 x 43.13    11    x 17
+
+  formfeed:n (default)	Treat form feed characters (0x0c) as a normal print
+  			character.
+  formfeed:y		When a form feed character is encountered, continue
+			printing of the current line at the beginning of the
+			first line on a new page.
+
+The item indicated with (default) is used when the item is not present.  The
+values are not always used, especially when using a dialog to select the
+printer and options.
+Example: >
+	:set printoptions=paper:letter,duplex:off
+
+==============================================================================
+3. PostScript Printing					*postscript-printing*
+						*E455* *E456* *E457* *E624*
+Provided you have enough disk space there should be no problems generating a
+PostScript file.  You need to have the runtime files correctly installed (if
+you can find the help files, they probably are).
+
+There are currently a number of limitations with PostScript printing:
+
+- 'printfont' - The font name is ignored (the Courier family is always used -
+  it should be available on all PostScript printers) but the font size is
+  used.
+
+- 'printoptions' - The duplex setting is used when generating PostScript
+  output, but it is up to the printer to take notice of the setting.  If the
+  printer does not support duplex printing then it should be silently ignored.
+  Some printers, however, don't print at all.
+
+- 8-bit support - While a number of 8-bit print character encodings are
+  supported it is possible that some characters will not print.  Whether a
+  character will print depends on the font in the printer knowing the
+  character.  Missing characters will be replaced with an upside down question
+  mark, or a space if that character is also not known by the font.  It may be
+  possible to get all the characters in an encoding to print by installing a
+  new version of the Courier font family.
+
+- Multi-byte support - Currently VIM will try to convert multi-byte characters
+  to the 8-bit encoding specified by 'printencoding' (or latin1 if it is
+  empty).  Any characters that are not successfully converted are shown as
+  unknown characters.  Printing will fail if VIM cannot convert the multi-byte
+  to the 8-bit encoding.
+
+==============================================================================
+4. Custom 8-bit Print Character Encodings	*postscript-print-encoding*
+								*E618* *E619*
+To use your own print character encoding when printing 8-bit character data
+you need to define your own PostScript font encoding vector.  Details on how
+to to define a font encoding vector is beyond the scope of this help file, but
+you can find details in the PostScript Language Reference Manual, 3rd Edition,
+published by Addison-Wesley and available in PDF form at
+http://www.adobe.com/.  The following describes what you need to do for VIM to
+locate and use your print character encoding.
+
+i.   Decide on a unique name for your encoding vector, one that does not clash
+     with any of the recognized or standard encoding names that VIM uses (see
+     |encoding-names| for a list), and that no one else is likely to use.
+ii.  Copy $VIMRUNTIME/print/latin1.ps to the print subdirectory in your
+     'runtimepath' and rename it with your unique name.
+iii. Edit your renamed copy of latin1.ps, replacing all occurrences of latin1
+     with your unique name (don't forget the line starting %%Title:), and
+     modify the array of glyph names to define your new encoding vector.  The
+     array must have exactly 256 entries or you will not be able to print!
+iv.  Within VIM, set 'printencoding' to your unique encoding name and then
+     print your file.  VIM will now use your custom print character encoding.
+
+VIM will report an error with the resource file if you change the order or
+content of the first 3 lines, other than the name of the encoding on the line
+starting %%Title: or the version number on the line starting %%Version:.
+
+[Technical explanation for those that know PostScript - VIM looks for a file
+with the same name as the encoding it will use when printing.  The file
+defines a new PostScript Encoding resource called /VIM-name, where name is the
+print character encoding VIM will use.]
+
+==============================================================================
+5. PostScript CJK Printing			*postscript-cjk-printing*
+							*E673* *E674* *E675*
+
+VIM supports printing of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean files.  Setting up VIM
+to correctly print CJK files requires setting up a few more options.
+
+Each of these countries has many standard character sets and encodings which
+require that both be specified when printing.  In addition, CJK fonts normally
+do not have the concept of italic glyphs and use different weight or stroke
+style to achieve emphasis when printing.  This in turn requires a different
+approach to specifying fonts to use when printing.
+
+The encoding and character set are specified with the 'printencoding' and
+'printmbcharset' options.  If 'printencoding' is not specified then 'encoding'
+is used as normal.  If 'printencoding' is specified then characters will be
+translated to this encoding for printing.  You should ensure that the encoding
+is compatible with the character set needed for the file contents or some
+characters may not appear when printed.
+
+The fonts to use for CJK printing are specified with 'printmbfont'.  This
+option allows you to specify different fonts to use when printing characters
+which are syntax highlighted with the font styles normal, italic, bold and
+bold-italic.
+
+No CJK fonts are supplied with VIM.  There are some free Korean, Japanese, and
+Traditional Chinese fonts available at:
+
+  http://examples.oreilly.com/cjkvinfo/adobe/samples/
+
+You can find descriptions of the various fonts in the read me file at 
+
+  http://examples.oreilly.com/cjkvinfo/adobe/00README
+
+Please read your printer documentation on how to install new fonts.
+
+CJK fonts can be large containing several thousand glyphs, and it is not
+uncommon to find that they only contain a subset of a national standard.  It
+is not unusual to find the fonts to not include characters for codes in the
+ASCII code range.  If you find half-width Roman characters are not appearing
+in your printout then you should configure VIM to use the Courier font the
+half-width ASCII characters with 'printmbfont'.  If your font does not include
+other characters then you will need to find another font that does.
+
+Another issue with ASCII characters, is that the various national character
+sets specify a couple of different glyphs in the ASCII code range.  If you
+print ASCII text using the national character set you may see some unexpected
+characters.  If you want true ASCII code printing then you need to configure
+VIM to output ASCII characters for the ASCII code range with 'printmbfont'.
+
+It is possible to define your own multi-byte character set although this
+should not be attempted lightly.  A discussion on the process if beyond the
+scope of these help files.  You can find details on CMap (character map) files
+in the document 'Adobe CMap and CIDFont Files Specification, Version 1.0',
+available from http://www.adobe.com as a PDF file.
+
+==============================================================================
+6. PostScript Printing Troubleshooting		*postscript-print-trouble*
+									*E621*
+Usually the only sign of a problem when printing with PostScript is that your
+printout does not appear.  If you are lucky you may get a printed page that
+tells you the PostScript operator that generated the error that prevented the
+print job completing.
+
+There are a number of possible causes as to why the printing may have failed:
+
+- Wrong version of the prolog resource file.  The prolog resource file
+  contains some PostScript that VIM needs to be able to print.  Each version
+  of VIM needs one particular version.  Make sure you have correctly installed
+  the runtime files, and don't have any old versions of a file called prolog
+  in the print directory in your 'runtimepath' directory.
+
+- Paper size.  Some PostScript printers will abort printing a file if they do
+  not support the requested paper size.  By default VIM uses A4 paper.  Find
+  out what size paper your printer normally uses and set the appropriate paper
+  size with 'printoptions'.  If you cannot find the name of the paper used,
+  measure a sheet and compare it with the table of supported paper sizes listed
+  for 'printoptions', using the paper that is closest in both width AND height.
+  Note: The dimensions of actual paper may vary slightly from the ones listed.
+  If there is no paper listed close enough, then you may want to try psresize
+  from PSUtils, discussed below.
+
+- Two-sided printing (duplex).  Normally a PostScript printer that does not
+  support two-sided printing will ignore any request to do it.  However, some
+  printers may abort the job altogether.  Try printing with duplex turned off.
+  Note: Duplex prints can be achieved manually using PS utils - see below.
+
+- Collated printing.  As with Duplex printing, most PostScript printers that
+  do not support collating printouts will ignore a request to do so.  Some may
+  not.  Try printing with collation turned off.
+
+- Syntax highlighting.  Some print management code may prevent the generated
+  PostScript file from being printed on a black and white printer when syntax
+  highlighting is turned on, even if solid black is the only color used.  Try
+  printing with syntax highlighting turned off.
+
+A safe printoptions setting to try is: >
+
+	:set printoptions=paper:A4,duplex:off,collate:n,syntax:n
+
+Replace "A4" with the paper size that best matches your printer paper.
+
+==============================================================================
+7. PostScript Utilities				*postscript-print-util*
+
+7.1 Ghostscript
+
+Ghostscript is a PostScript and PDF interpreter that can be used to display
+and print on non-PostScript printers PostScript and PDF files.  It can also
+generate PDF files from PostScript.
+
+Ghostscript will run on a wide variety of platforms.
+
+There are three available versions:
+
+- AFPL Ghostscript (formerly Aladdin Ghostscript) which is free for
+  non-commercial use.  It can be obtained from:
+
+    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/
+
+- GNU Ghostscript which is available under the GNU General Public License.  It
+  can be obtained from:
+
+    ftp://mirror.cs.wisc.edu/pub/mirrors/ghost/gnu/
+
+- A commercial version for inclusion in commercial products.
+
+Additional information on Ghostscript can also be found at:
+
+  http://www.ghostscript.com/
+
+Support for a number of non PostScript printers is provided in the
+distribution as standard, but if you cannot find support for your printer
+check the Ghostscript site for other printers not included by default.
+
+
+7.2 Ghostscript Previewers.
+
+The interface to Ghostscript is very primitive so a number of graphical front
+ends have been created.  These allow easier PostScript file selection,
+previewing at different zoom levels, and printing.  Check supplied
+documentation for full details.
+
+X11
+
+- Ghostview.  Obtainable from:
+
+    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/gv/
+
+- gv.  Derived from Ghostview.  Obtainable from:
+
+    http://wwwthep.physik.uni-mainz.de/~plass/gv/
+
+  Copies (possibly not the most recent) can be found at:
+
+    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/gv/
+
+OpenVMS
+
+- Is apparently supported in the main code now (untested).  See:
+
+    http://wwwthep.physik.uni-mainz.de/~plass/gv/
+
+Windows and OS/2
+
+- GSview.  Obtainable from:
+
+    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/gsview/
+
+DOS
+
+- ps_view.  Obtainable from:
+
+    ftp://ftp.pg.gda.pl/pub/TeX/support/ps_view/
+    ftp://ftp.dante.de/tex-archive/support/ps_view/
+
+Linux
+
+- GSview.  Linux version of the popular Windows and OS/2 previewer.
+  Obtainable from:
+
+    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/gsview/
+
+- BMV.  Different from Ghostview and gv in that it doesn't use X but svgalib.
+  Obtainable from:
+
+    ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/graphics/viewers/svga/bmv-1.2.tgz
+
+
+7.3 PSUtils
+
+PSUtils is a collection of utility programs for manipulating PostScript
+documents.  Binary distributions are available for many platforms, as well as
+the full source.  PSUtils can be found at:
+
+  http://knackered.org/angus/psutils
+
+The utilities of interest include:
+
+- psnup.     Convert PS files for N-up printing.
+- psselect.  Select page range and order of printing.
+- psresize.  Change the page size.
+- psbook.    Reorder and lay out pages ready for making a book.
+
+The output of one program can be used as the input to the next, allowing for
+complex print document creation.
+
+
+N-UP PRINTING
+
+The psnup utility takes an existing PostScript file generated from VIM and
+convert it to an n-up version.  The simplest way to create a 2-up printout is
+to first create a PostScript file with: >
+
+	:hardcopy > test.ps
+
+Then on your command line execute: >
+
+	psnup -n 2 test.ps final.ps
+
+Note: You may get warnings from some Ghostscript previewers for files produced
+by psnup - these may safely be ignored.
+
+Finally print the file final.ps to your PostScript printer with your
+platform's print command.  (You will need to delete the two PostScript files
+afterwards yourself.)  'printexpr' could be modified to perform this extra
+step before printing.
+
+
+ALTERNATE DUPLEX PRINTING
+
+It is possible to achieve a poor man's version of duplex printing using the PS
+utility psselect.  This utility has options -e and -o for printing just the
+even or odd pages of a PS file respectively.
+
+First generate a PS file with the 'hardcopy' command, then generate a new
+files with all the odd and even numbered pages with: >
+
+	psselect -o test.ps odd.ps
+	psselect -e test.ps even.ps
+
+Next print odd.ps with your platform's normal print command.  Then take the
+print output, turn it over and place it back in the paper feeder.  Now print
+even.ps with your platform's print command.  All the even pages should now
+appear on the back of the odd pages.
+
+There a couple of points to bear in mind:
+
+1. Position of the first page.  If the first page is on top of the printout
+   when printing the odd pages then you need to reverse the order that the odd
+   pages are printed.  This can be done with the -r option to psselect.  This
+   will ensure page 2 is printed on the back of page 1.
+   Note: it is better to reverse the odd numbered pages rather than the even
+   numbered in case there are an odd number of pages in the original PS file.
+
+2. Paper flipping.  When turning over the paper with the odd pages printed on
+   them you may have to either flip them horizontally (along the long edge) or
+   vertically (along the short edge), as well as possibly rotating them 180
+   degrees.  All this depends on the printer - it will be more obvious for
+   desktop ink jets than for small office laser printers where the paper path
+   is hidden from view.
+
+
+==============================================================================
+8. Formfeed Characters					*printing-formfeed*
+
+By default VIM does not do any special processing of |formfeed| control
+characters.  Setting the 'printoptions' formfeed item will make VIM recognize
+formfeed characters and continue printing the current line at the beginning
+of the first line on a new page.  The use of formfeed characters provides
+rudimentary print control but there are certain things to be aware of.
+
+VIM will always start printing a line (including a line number if enabled)
+containing a formfeed character, even if it is the first character on the
+line.  This means if a line starting with a formfeed character is the first
+line of a page then VIM will print a blank page.
+
+Since the line number is printed at the start of printing the line containing
+the formfeed character, the remainder of the line printed on the new page
+will not have a line number printed for it (in the same way as the wrapped
+lines of a long line when wrap in 'printoptions' is enabled).
+
+If the formfeed character is the last character on a line, then printing will
+continue on the second line of the new page, not the first.  This is due to
+VIM processing the end of the line after the formfeed character and moving
+down a line to continue printing.
+
+Due to the points made above it is recommended that when formfeed character
+processing is enabled, printing of line numbers is disabled, and that form
+feed characters are not the last character on a line.  Even then you may need
+to adjust the number of lines before a formfeed character to prevent
+accidental blank pages.
+
+==============================================================================
+ vim:tw=78:ts=8:ft=help:norl:

runtime/doc/quickref.txt

-*quickref.txt*  For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 04
+*quickref.txt*  For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 05
 
 
 		  VIM REFERENCE MANUAL    by Bram Moolenaar
 |'printexpr'|     |'pexpr'|  expression used to print PostScript for :hardcopy
 |'printfont'|	  |'pfn'|    name of the font to be used for :hardcopy
 |'printheader'|   |'pheader'| format of the header used for :hardcopy
+|'printmbcharset'| |'pmbcs'| CJK character set to be used for :hardcopy
+|'printmbfont'|   |'pmbfn'|  font names to be used for CJK output of :hardcopy
 |'printoptions'|  |'popt'|   controls the format of :hardcopy output
 |'quoteescape'|   |'qe'|     escape characters used in a string
 |'readonly'|	  |'ro'|     disallow writing the buffer

runtime/doc/syntax.txt

-*syntax.txt*	For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 01
+*syntax.txt*	For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 06
 
 
 		  VIM REFERENCE MANUAL	  by Bram Moolenaar
 this should have the value 1, and for Windows 2000 it should be 2.
 Select the version you want with the following line: >
 
-  :let dosbatch_cmdextversion = 1
+   :let dosbatch_cmdextversion = 1
 
 If this variable is not defined it defaults to a value of 2 to support
 Windows 2000.
 
+A second option covers whether *.btm files should be detected as type
+"dosbatch" (MS-DOS batch files) or type "btm" (4DOS batch files). The latter
+is used by default. You may select the former with the following line: >
+
+   :let g:dosbatch_syntax_for_btm = 1
+
+If this variable is undefined or zero, btm syntax is selected.
+
+
 
 DTD						*dtd.vim* *dtd-syntax*
 
 'pheader'	options.txt	/*'pheader'*
 'pi'	options.txt	/*'pi'*
 'pm'	options.txt	/*'pm'*
+'pmbcs'	options.txt	/*'pmbcs'*
+'pmbfn'	options.txt	/*'pmbfn'*
 'popt'	options.txt	/*'popt'*
 'preserveindent'	options.txt	/*'preserveindent'*
 'previewheight'	options.txt	/*'previewheight'*
 'printexpr'	options.txt	/*'printexpr'*
 'printfont'	options.txt	/*'printfont'*
 'printheader'	options.txt	/*'printheader'*
+'printmbcharset'	options.txt	/*'printmbcharset'*
+'printmbfont'	options.txt	/*'printmbfont'*
 'printoptions'	options.txt	/*'printoptions'*
 'prompt'	vi_diff.txt	/*'prompt'*
 'pt'	options.txt	/*'pt'*
 :gv	gui_x11.txt	/*:gv*
 :gvim	gui_x11.txt	/*:gvim*
 :h	various.txt	/*:h*
-:ha	various.txt	/*:ha*
-:hardcopy	various.txt	/*:hardcopy*
+:ha	print.txt	/*:ha*
+:hardcopy	print.txt	/*:hardcopy*
 :help	various.txt	/*:help*
 :helpf	various.txt	/*:helpf*
 :helpfind	various.txt	/*:helpfind*
 E234	options.txt	/*E234*
 E235	options.txt	/*E235*
 E236	options.txt	/*E236*
-E237	various.txt	/*E237*
-E238	various.txt	/*E238*
+E237	print.txt	/*E237*
+E238	print.txt	/*E238*
 E239	sign.txt	/*E239*
 E24	message.txt	/*E24*
 E240	remote.txt	/*E240*
 E321	editing.txt	/*E321*
 E322	message.txt	/*E322*
 E323	message.txt	/*E323*
-E324	various.txt	/*E324*
+E324	print.txt	/*E324*
 E325	usr_11.txt	/*E325*
 E326	recover.txt	/*E326*
 E327	gui.txt	/*E327*
 E362	term.txt	/*E362*
 E363	pattern.txt	/*E363*
 E364	eval.txt	/*E364*
-E365	options.txt	/*E365*
+E365	print.txt	/*E365*
 E366	options.txt	/*E366*
 E367	autocmd.txt	/*E367*
 E368	eval.txt	/*E368*
 E452	os_msdos.txt	/*E452*
 E453	os_msdos.txt	/*E453*
 E454	os_msdos.txt	/*E454*
-E455	various.txt	/*E455*
-E456	various.txt	/*E456*
-E457	various.txt	/*E457*
+E455	print.txt	/*E455*
+E456	print.txt	/*E456*
+E457	print.txt	/*E457*
 E458	message.txt	/*E458*
 E459	message.txt	/*E459*
 E46	message.txt	/*E46*
 E610	options.txt	/*E610*
 E611	options.txt	/*E611*
 E612	sign.txt	/*E612*
-E613	options.txt	/*E613*
+E613	print.txt	/*E613*
 E614	editing.txt	/*E614*
 E615	editing.txt	/*E615*
 E616	editing.txt	/*E616*
 E617	options.txt	/*E617*
-E618	various.txt	/*E618*
-E619	various.txt	/*E619*
+E618	print.txt	/*E618*
+E619	print.txt	/*E619*
 E62	pattern.txt	/*E62*
-E620	options.txt	/*E620*
-E621	various.txt	/*E621*
+E620	print.txt	/*E620*
+E621	print.txt	/*E621*
 E622	if_cscop.txt	/*E622*
 E623	if_cscop.txt	/*E623*
-E624	various.txt	/*E624*
+E624	print.txt	/*E624*
 E625	if_cscop.txt	/*E625*
 E626	if_cscop.txt	/*E626*
 E627	netbeans.txt	/*E627*
 E670	various.txt	/*E670*
 E671	starting.txt	/*E671*
 E672	starting.txt	/*E672*
+E673	print.txt	/*E673*
+E674	print.txt	/*E674*
+E675	print.txt	/*E675*
 E68	pattern.txt	/*E68*
 E69	pattern.txt	/*E69*
 E70	pattern.txt	/*E70*
 a'	motion.txt	/*a'*
 a(	motion.txt	/*a(*
 a)	motion.txt	/*a)*
-a4	options.txt	/*a4*
+a4	print.txt	/*a4*
 a:firstline	eval.txt	/*a:firstline*
 a:lastline	eval.txt	/*a:lastline*
 a:var	eval.txt	/*a:var*
 lc_time-variable	eval.txt	/*lc_time-variable*
 left-right-motions	motion.txt	/*left-right-motions*
 less	various.txt	/*less*
-letter	options.txt	/*letter*
+letter	print.txt	/*letter*
 lex-syntax	syntax.txt	/*lex-syntax*
 lex.vim	syntax.txt	/*lex.vim*
 lhaskell.vim	syntax.txt	/*lhaskell.vim*
 new-6	version6.txt	/*new-6*
 new-7	version7.txt	/*new-7*
 new-GTK-GUI	version5.txt	/*new-GTK-GUI*
+new-KDE	version7.txt	/*new-KDE*
+new-MzScheme	version7.txt	/*new-MzScheme*
 new-Select-mode	version5.txt	/*new-Select-mode*
 new-View	version6.txt	/*new-View*
 new-argument-list	version6.txt	/*new-argument-list*
 new-indent-flex	version6.txt	/*new-indent-flex*
 new-items-6	version6.txt	/*new-items-6*
 new-items-7	version7.txt	/*new-items-7*
-new-kde	version7.txt	/*new-kde*
 new-line-continuation	version5.txt	/*new-line-continuation*
 new-multi-byte	version5.txt	/*new-multi-byte*
 new-multi-lang	version6.txt	/*new-multi-lang*
 new-options-5.4	version5.txt	/*new-options-5.4*
 new-perl-python	version5.txt	/*new-perl-python*
 new-plugins	version6.txt	/*new-plugins*
+new-print-multi-byte	version7.txt	/*new-print-multi-byte*
 new-printing	version6.txt	/*new-printing*
 new-runtime-dir	version5.txt	/*new-runtime-dir*
 new-script	version5.txt	/*new-script*
 pattern-overview	pattern.txt	/*pattern-overview*
 pattern-searches	pattern.txt	/*pattern-searches*
 pattern.txt	pattern.txt	/*pattern.txt*
+pdev-option	print.txt	/*pdev-option*
+penc-option	print.txt	/*penc-option*
 perl	if_perl.txt	/*perl*
 perl-Append	if_perl.txt	/*perl-Append*
 perl-Buffer	if_perl.txt	/*perl-Buffer*
 perl-syntax	syntax.txt	/*perl-syntax*
 perl-using	if_perl.txt	/*perl-using*
 perl.vim	syntax.txt	/*perl.vim*
+pexpr-option	print.txt	/*pexpr-option*
+pfn-option	print.txt	/*pfn-option*
+pheader-option	print.txt	/*pheader-option*
 photon-fonts	os_qnx.txt	/*photon-fonts*
 photon-gui	os_qnx.txt	/*photon-gui*
 php-syntax	syntax.txt	/*php-syntax*
 plugin-details	filetype.txt	/*plugin-details*
 plugin-filetype	usr_41.txt	/*plugin-filetype*
 plugin-special	usr_41.txt	/*plugin-special*
+pmbcs-option	print.txt	/*pmbcs-option*
+pmbfn-option	print.txt	/*pmbfn-option*
+popt-option	print.txt	/*popt-option*
 popup-menu	gui.txt	/*popup-menu*
 popup-menu-added	version5.txt	/*popup-menu-added*
 ports-5.2	version5.txt	/*ports-5.2*
 ports-6	version6.txt	/*ports-6*
 postscr-syntax	syntax.txt	/*postscr-syntax*
 postscr.vim	syntax.txt	/*postscr.vim*
-postscript-print-encoding	various.txt	/*postscript-print-encoding*
-postscript-print-trouble	various.txt	/*postscript-print-trouble*
-postscript-print-util	various.txt	/*postscript-print-util*
-postscript-printing	various.txt	/*postscript-printing*
+postscript-cjk-printing	print.txt	/*postscript-cjk-printing*
+postscript-print-encoding	print.txt	/*postscript-print-encoding*
+postscript-print-trouble	print.txt	/*postscript-print-trouble*
+postscript-print-util	print.txt	/*postscript-print-util*
+postscript-printing	print.txt	/*postscript-printing*
 ppwiz-syntax	syntax.txt	/*ppwiz-syntax*
 ppwiz.vim	syntax.txt	/*ppwiz.vim*
 press-enter	message.txt	/*press-enter*
 prevcount-variable	eval.txt	/*prevcount-variable*
 preview-window	windows.txt	/*preview-window*
 prevnonblank()	eval.txt	/*prevnonblank()*
+print-intro	print.txt	/*print-intro*
+print-options	print.txt	/*print-options*
+print.txt	print.txt	/*print.txt*
 printcap-syntax	syntax.txt	/*printcap-syntax*
-printing	various.txt	/*printing*
-printing-formfeed	various.txt	/*printing-formfeed*
+printing	print.txt	/*printing*
+printing-formfeed	print.txt	/*printing-formfeed*
 progname-variable	eval.txt	/*progname-variable*
 progress-syntax	syntax.txt	/*progress-syntax*
 progress.vim	syntax.txt	/*progress.vim*
 tolower()	eval.txt	/*tolower()*
 toolbar-icon	gui.txt	/*toolbar-icon*
 toupper()	eval.txt	/*toupper()*
+tr()	eval.txt	/*tr()*
 trojan-horse	starting.txt	/*trojan-horse*
 try-conditionals	eval.txt	/*try-conditionals*
 try-echoerr	eval.txt	/*try-echoerr*
-*todo.txt*      For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 05
+*todo.txt*      For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 09
 
 
 		  VIM REFERENCE MANUAL	  by Bram Moolenaar
 							*known-bugs*
 -------------------- Known bugs and current work -----------------------
 
+:syn sync ccomment asdf gives a warning without a line number.
+
+@: doesn't work if cmdline has a ^M, requires using ^V. (Tim Chase)
+
+Mac: Compiling --enable-gui=athena doesn't work.  Try to fix without disabling
+Carbon.  Otherwise adjust configure to disable darwin. (raf)
+
+Mac: "make install" doesn't install.
+
+Make aap build script work again.
+
+
 For version 7.0:
 -   Include many PATCHES:
-    8   ":hardcopy":
-	- support printing multi-byte characters.  Patch from Motonobu
-	  Ichimura.  New (better) patch from Mike Williams (2004 Jan 20)
-	  Updated patch: http://www.eandem.co.uk/mrw/vim/special/index.html
-    7   Add patch from Wall for this one ( ~/Mail/oldmail/wall/in.00019 ):
-	'flipcase' variable: upper/lowercase pairs.
-	Insert comma's between pairs and allow a range, make it look like
-	'isfname'.  E.g. ":set flipcase=a-zA-Z,xX,23-33:143-153".  The colon to
-	separate the from and to part is optional.
-	Resp: no time now.
-    8   Add GTK 2.3 file dialog support.  Patch by Grahame Bowland, 2004 Mar 15,
-	but it doesn't use "initdir" or "dflt". (will update patch)
-    8   Add ":n" to fnamemodify(): normalize path, remove "../" when possible.
-	Aric Blumer has a patch for this.
-	He will update the patch for 6.3.
-    8   Add buffer-local autocommands?  Reduces overhead for autocommands that
-	trigger often (inserting a character, switching mode).
-	    :au Event <buffer> do-something
-	E.g.:
-	    :au BufEnter <buffer> menu enable ...
-	    :au BufLeave <buffer> menu disable ...
-	Patch from Yakov Lerner, including test (2004 Jan 7).
-        He'll send updated patch.
-    Autocommands:
-	VimResized	    - When the Vim window has been resized (SIGWINCH)
-	  patch from Yakov Lerner, 2003 July 24.
-	  He'll write documentation and send updated patch.
-    7   Completion of network shares, patch by Yasuhiro Matsumoto.
-	Update 2004 Jun 17.
-	How does this work?  Missing comments.
-    gettext()		Translate a message.  (Patch from Yasuhiro Matsumoto)
-			Update 2004 Jun 17
-			Missing docs.  Search in 'runtimepath'?
-			How to get the messages into the .po files?
-    8   Make it possible to delete marks.  Charles Campbell has a patch that
-	does this with the markclear() function (2004 Jan 9).
-	And the ":delmark" command (2004 Feb 9)
-	http://mysite.verizon.net/astronaut/vim/index.html#Patch
-	~/tmp/ptch.delmark.bz2
-	~/tmp/ptch.markclear
-	Implement setmark(markname, lnum, col [, filename]) instead?
-    --- responses above --
-    7   Make "5dd" on last-but-one-line not delete anything (Vi compatible).
-	Add flag in 'cpoptions' for this.  When not present, "2dd" in the last
-	line should delete the last line.  Patch from greenx 2002 Apr 11.
-    8   Accelerators don't work in a dialog.  Include patch from Martin Dalecki
-	(Jan 3, tested by David Harrison).  Should work with Alt-o then.
-    7   Use accelerators for the Motif file selection dialog.  Patch from
-	Martin Dalecki 2002 Jan 11.
-    8   Add a few more command names to the menus.  Patch from Jiri Brezina
-	(28 feb 2002).
-    7   ATTENTION dialog choices are more logical when "Delete it' appears
-	before "Quit".  Patch by Robert Webb, 2004 May 3.
-    -   Include flipcase patch: ~/vim/patches/wall.flipcase2 ?  Make it work
-	for multi-byte characters.
-    -   Win32: add options to print dialog.  Patch from Vipin Aravind.
-    -   Patch to add highlighting for whitespace. (Tom Schumm, 2003 Jul 5)
-	use the patch that keeps using HLF_8 if HLF_WS has not
-	been given values.
-	Add section in help files for these highlight groups?
-    8   "fg" and "bg" don't work in an xterm.  Get default colors from xterm
-	with an ESC sequence.  Ideas in: ~/vim/patches/vikas.xtermcolors .
-    7   Add "DefaultFG" and "DefaultBG" for the colors of the menu. (Martin
-	Dalecki has a patch for Motif)
-    -   Add possibility to highlight specific columns (for Fortran).  Or put a
-	line in between columns (e.g. for 'textwidth').
-	Patch to add 'hlcolumn' from Vit Stradal, 2004 May 20.
     8   Add functions:
-	tr(expr, from, to)	translate chars (Patch from Ron Aaron, Apr 8
-				2004)
 	strrep()		Repeat a string (patch from Christophe Poucet,
 				2003 Sep 12, also contains XX)
 				Alt: repeat(expr, count) werkt ook voor lists.
 	search()		Add optional offset argument.
 				Add 'n' flag.  (patch from Nikolai Weibull
 				2003 Jan 13)
-	---
+    8   Make it possible to delete marks.  Charles Campbell has a patch that
+	does this with the markclear() function (2004 Jan 9).
+	And the ":delmark" command (2004 Feb 9)
+	http://mysite.verizon.net/astronaut/vim/index.html#Patch
+	~/tmp/ptch.delmark.bz2
+	~/tmp/ptch.markclear
+	Implement setmark(markname, lnum [, col [, filename]]) instead?
+	When "lnum" is zero delete the mark.
+	When "filename" has no wildcards and there is no matching buffer, add
+	the buffer (unlisted).
+    Patch for \xnn (Ciaran McCreesh)  2004 Jul 7
+    --- awaiting updated patch ---
+    7   Add patch from Wall for this one ( ~/Mail/oldmail/wall/in.00019 ):
+	'flipcase' variable: upper/lowercase pairs.
+	Insert comma's between pairs and allow a range, make it look like
+	'isfname'.  E.g. ":set flipcase=a-zA-Z,xX,23-33:143-153".  The colon to
+	separate the from and to part is optional.
+	Resp: no time now.
+    8   Add GTK 2.3 file dialog support.  Patch by Grahame Bowland, 2004 Mar 15,
+	but it doesn't use "initdir" or "dflt". (will update patch)
+    8   Add ":n" to fnamemodify(): normalize path, remove "../" when possible.
+	Aric Blumer has a patch for this.
+	He will update the patch for 6.3.
+    8   Add buffer-local autocommands?  Reduces overhead for autocommands that
+	trigger often (inserting a character, switching mode).
+	    :au Event <buffer> do-something
+	E.g.:
+	    :au BufEnter <buffer> menu enable ...
+	    :au BufLeave <buffer> menu disable ...
+	Patch from Yakov Lerner, including test (2004 Jan 7).
+        He'll send updated patch.
+    Autocommands:
+	VimResized	    - When the Vim window has been resized (SIGWINCH)
+	  patch from Yakov Lerner, 2003 July 24.
+	  He'll write documentation and send updated patch.
+    7   Completion of network shares, patch by Yasuhiro Matsumoto.
+	Update 2004 Jun 17.
+	How does this work?  Missing comments.
+    gettext()		Translate a message.  (Patch from Yasuhiro Matsumoto)
+			Update 2004 Jun 17
+			Missing docs.  Search in 'runtimepath'?
+			How to get the messages into the .po files?
+    --- did not respond (yet) --
+    7   Make "5dd" on last-but-one-line not delete anything (Vi compatible).
+	Add flag in 'cpoptions' for this.  When not present, "2dd" in the last
+	line should delete the last line.  Patch from greenx 2002 Apr 11.
+    8   Accelerators don't work in a dialog.  Include patch from Martin Dalecki
+	(Jan 3, tested by David Harrison).  Should work with Alt-o then.
+    7   Use accelerators for the Motif file selection dialog.  Patch from
+	Martin Dalecki 2002 Jan 11.
+    8   Add a few more command names to the menus.  Patch from Jiri Brezina
+	(28 feb 2002).
+    7   ATTENTION dialog choices are more logical when "Delete it' appears
+	before "Quit".  Patch by Robert Webb, 2004 May 3.
+    -   Include flipcase patch: ~/vim/patches/wall.flipcase2 ?  Make it work
+	for multi-byte characters.
+    -   Win32: add options to print dialog.  Patch from Vipin Aravind.
+    -   Patch to add highlighting for whitespace. (Tom Schumm, 2003 Jul 5)
+	use the patch that keeps using HLF_8 if HLF_WS has not
+	been given values.
+	Add section in help files for these highlight groups?
+    8   "fg" and "bg" don't work in an xterm.  Get default colors from xterm
+	with an ESC sequence.  Ideas in: ~/vim/patches/vikas.xtermcolors .
+    7   Add "DefaultFG" and "DefaultBG" for the colors of the menu. (Martin
+	Dalecki has a patch for Motif)
+    -   Add possibility to highlight specific columns (for Fortran).  Or put a
+	line in between columns (e.g. for 'textwidth').
+	Patch to add 'hlcolumn' from Vit Stradal, 2004 May 20.
+    8   Add functions:
 	confirm()		add "flags" argument, with 'v' for vertical
 				layout and 'c' for console dialog. (Haegg)
 				Flemming Madsen has a patch for the 'c' flag

runtime/doc/various.txt

-*various.txt*   For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jun 18
+*various.txt*   For Vim version 7.0aa.  Last change: 2004 Jul 05
 
 
 		  VIM REFERENCE MANUAL    by Bram Moolenaar
 
 1. Various commands		|various-cmds|
 2. Online help			|online-help|
-3. Printing			|printing|
-4. Using Vim like less or more	|less|
+3. Using Vim like less or more	|less|
 
 ==============================================================================
 1. Various commands					*various-cmds*
   languages in the specified directory.
 
 ==============================================================================
-3. Printing						*printing*
-
-On MS-Windows Vim can print your text on any installed printer.  On other
-systems a PostScript file is produced.  This can be directly sent to a
-PostScript printer.  For other printers a program like ghostscript needs to be
-used.
-
-3.1 PostScript Printing			|postscript-printing|
-3.2 PostScript Printing Encoding	|postscript-print-encoding|
-3.3 PostScript Printing Troubleshooting |postscript-print-trouble|
-3.4 PostScript Utilities		|postscript-print-util|
-3.5 Formfeed Characters			|printing-formfeed|
-
-{not in Vi}
-{only available when compiled with |+printer| feature}
-
-					*:ha* *:hardcopy* *E237* *E238* *E324*
-:[range]ha[rdcopy][!] [arguments]
-			Send [range] lines (default whole file) to the
-			printer.
-
-			On MS-Windows a dialog is displayed to allow selection
-			of printer, paper size etc. To skip the dialog, use
-			the [!].  In this case the printer defined by
-			'printdevice' is used, or, if 'printdevice' is empty,
-			the system default printer.
-
-			For systems other than MS-Windows, PostScript is
-			written in a temp file and 'printexpr' is used to
-			actually print it.  Then [arguments] can be used by
-			'printexpr' through |v:cmdarg|.  Otherwise [arguments]
-			is ignored.  'printoptions' can be used to specify
-			paper size, duplex, etc.
-
-:[range]ha[rdcopy][!] >{filename}
-			As above, but write the resulting PostScript in file
-			{filename}.
-			Things like "%" are expanded |cmdline-special|
-			Careful: An existing file is silently overwritten.
-			{only available when compiled with the |+postscript|
-			feature}
-			On MS-Windows use the "print to file" feature of the
-			printer driver.
-
-Progress is displayed during printing as a page number and a percentage.  To
-abort printing use the interrupt key (CTRL-C or, on MS-systems, CTRL-Break).
-
-Printer output is controlled by the 'printfont' and 'printoptions' options.
-'printheader' specifies the format of a page header.
-
-The printed file is always limited to the selected margins, irrespective of
-the current window's 'wrap' or 'linebreak' settings.  The "wrap" item in
-'printoptions' can be used to switch wrapping off.
-The current highlighting colors are used in the printout, with the following
-considerations:
-1) The normal background is always rendered as white (i.e. blank paper.)
-2) White text or the default foreground is rendered as black, so that it shows
-   up!
-3) If 'background' is "dark", then the colours are darkened to compensate for
-   the fact that otherwise they would be too bright to show up clearly on
-   white paper.
-
-
-3.1 PostScript Printing					*postscript-printing*
-						*E455* *E456* *E457* *E624*
-Provided you have enough disk space there should be no problems generating a
-PostScript file.  You need to have the runtime files correctly installed (if
-you can find the help files, they probably are).
-
-There are currently a number of limitations with PostScript printing:
-
-- 'printfont' - The font name is ignored (the Courier family is always used -
-  it should be available on all PostScript printers) but the font size is
-  used.
-
-- 'printoptions' - The duplex setting is used when generating PostScript
-  output, but it is up to the printer to take notice of the setting.  If the
-  printer does not support duplex printing then it should be silently ignored.
-  Some printers, however, don't print at all.
-
-- 8-bit support - While a number of 8-bit print character encodings are
-  supported it is possible that some characters will not print.  Whether a
-  character will print depends on the font in the printer knowing the
-  character.  Missing characters will be replaced with an upside down question
-  mark, or a space if that character is also not known by the font.  It may be
-  possible to get all the characters in an encoding to print by installing a
-  new version of the Courier font family.
-
-- Multi-byte support - Currently VIM will try to convert multi-byte characters
-  to the 8-bit encoding specified by 'printencoding' (or latin1 if it is
-  empty).  Any characters that are not successfully converted are shown as
-  unknown characters.  Printing will fail if VIM cannot convert the multi-byte
-  to the 8-bit encoding.
-
-
-3.2 Custom 8-bit Print Character Encodings	*postscript-print-encoding*
-								*E618* *E619*
-To use your own print character encoding when printing 8-bit character data
-you need to define your own PostScript font encoding vector.  Details on how
-to to define a font encoding vector is beyond the scope of this help file, but
-you can find details in the PostScript Language Reference Manual, 3rd Edition,
-published by Addison-Wesley and available in PDF form at
-http://www.adobe.com/.  The following describes what you need to do for VIM to
-locate and use your print character encoding.
-
-i.   Decide on a unique name for your encoding vector, one that does not clash
-     with any of the recognized or standard encoding names that VIM uses (see
-     |encoding-names| for a list), and that no one else is likely to use.
-ii.  Copy $VIMRUNTIME/print/latin1.ps to the print subdirectory in your
-     'runtimepath' and rename it with your unique name.
-iii. Edit your renamed copy of latin1.ps, replacing all occurrences of latin1
-     with your unique name (don't forget the line starting %%Title:), and
-     modify the array of glyph names to define your new encoding vector.  The
-     array must have exactly 256 entries or you will not be able to print!
-iv.  Within VIM, set 'printencoding' to your unique encoding name and then
-     print your file.  VIM will now use your custom print character encoding.
-
-VIM will report an error with the resource file if you change the order or
-content of the first 3 lines, other than the name of the encoding on the line
-starting %%Title: or the version number on the line starting %%Version:.
-
-[Technical explanation for those that know PostScript - VIM looks for a file
-with the same name as the encoding it will use when printing.  The file
-defines a new PostScript Encoding resource called /VIM-name, where name is the
-print character encoding VIM will use.]
-
-
-3.3 PostScript Printing Troubleshooting		*postscript-print-trouble*
-									*E621*
-Usually the only sign of a problem when printing with PostScript is that your
-printout does not appear.  If you are lucky you may get a printed page that
-tells you the PostScript operator that generated the error that prevented the
-print job completing.
-
-There are a number of possible causes as to why the printing may have failed:
-
-- Wrong version of the prolog resource file.  The prolog resource file
-  contains some PostScript that VIM needs to be able to print.  Each version
-  of VIM needs one particular version.  Make sure you have correctly installed
-  the runtime files, and don't have any old versions of a file called prolog
-  in the print directory in your 'runtimepath' directory.
-
-- Paper size.  Some PostScript printers will abort printing a file if they do
-  not support the requested paper size.  By default VIM uses A4 paper.  Find
-  out what size paper your printer normally uses and set the appropriate paper
-  size with 'printoptions'.  If you cannot find the name of the paper used,
-  measure a sheet and compare it with the table of supported paper sizes listed
-  for 'printoptions', using the paper that is closest in both width AND height.
-  Note: The dimensions of actual paper may vary slightly from the ones listed.
-  If there is no paper listed close enough, then you may want to try psresize
-  from PSUtils, discussed below.
-
-- Two-sided printing (duplex).  Normally a PostScript printer that does not
-  support two-sided printing will ignore any request to do it.  However, some
-  printers may abort the job altogether.  Try printing with duplex turned off.
-  Note: Duplex prints can be achieved manually using PS utils - see below.
-
-- Collated printing.  As with Duplex printing, most PostScript printers that
-  do not support collating printouts will ignore a request to do so.  Some may
-  not.  Try printing with collation turned off.
-
-- Syntax highlighting.  Some print management code may prevent the generated
-  PostScript file from being printed on a black and white printer when syntax
-  highlighting is turned on, even if solid black is the only color used.  Try
-  printing with syntax highlighting turned off.
-
-A safe printoptions setting to try is: >
-
-	:set printoptions=paper:A4,duplex:off,collate:n,syntax:n
-
-Replace "A4" with the paper size that best matches your printer paper.
-
-
-3.4 PostScript Utilities			*postscript-print-util*
-
-3.4.1 Ghostscript
-
-Ghostscript is a PostScript and PDF interpreter that can be used to display
-and print on non-PostScript printers PostScript and PDF files.  It can also
-generate PDF files from PostScript.
-
-Ghostscript will run on a wide variety of platforms.
-
-There are three available versions:
-
-- AFPL Ghostscript (formerly Aladdin Ghostscript) which is free for
-  non-commercial use.  It can be obtained from:
-
-    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/
-
-- GNU Ghostscript which is available under the GNU General Public License.  It
-  can be obtained from:
-
-    ftp://mirror.cs.wisc.edu/pub/mirrors/ghost/gnu/
-
-- A commercial version for inclusion in commercial products.
-
-Additional information on Ghostscript can also be found at:
-
-  http://www.ghostscript.com/
-
-Support for a number of non PostScript printers is provided in the
-distribution as standard, but if you cannot find support for your printer
-check the Ghostscript site for other printers not included by default.
-
-
-3.4.2 Ghostscript Previewers.
-
-The interface to Ghostscript is very primitive so a number of graphical front
-ends have been created.  These allow easier PostScript file selection,
-previewing at different zoom levels, and printing.  Check supplied
-documentation for full details.
-
-X11
-
-- Ghostview.  Obtainable from:
-
-    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/gv/
-
-- gv.  Derived from Ghostview.  Obtainable from:
-
-    http://wwwthep.physik.uni-mainz.de/~plass/gv/
-
-  Copies (possibly not the most recent) can be found at:
-
-    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/gv/
-
-OpenVMS
-
-- Is apparently supported in the main code now (untested).  See:
-
-    http://wwwthep.physik.uni-mainz.de/~plass/gv/
-
-Windows and OS/2
-
-- GSview.  Obtainable from:
-
-    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/gsview/
-
-DOS
-
-- ps_view.  Obtainable from:
-
-    ftp://ftp.pg.gda.pl/pub/TeX/support/ps_view/
-    ftp://ftp.dante.de/tex-archive/support/ps_view/
-
-Linux
-
-- GSview.  Linux version of the popular Windows and OS/2 previewer.
-  Obtainable from:
-
-    http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/gsview/
-
-- BMV.  Different from Ghostview and gv in that it doesn't use X but svgalib.
-  Obtainable from:
-
-    ftp://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/apps/graphics/viewers/svga/bmv-1.2.tgz
-
-
-3.4.3 PSUtils
-
-PSUtils is a collection of utility programs for manipulating PostScript
-documents.  Binary distributions are available for many platforms, as well as
-the full source.  PSUtils can be found at:
-
-  http://knackered.org/angus/psutils
-
-The utilities of interest include:
-
-- psnup.     Convert PS files for N-up printing.
-- psselect.  Select page range and order of printing.
-- psresize.  Change the page size.
-- psbook.    Reorder and lay out pages ready for making a book.
-
-The output of one program can be used as the input to the next, allowing for
-complex print document creation.
-
-