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a2ps complains that my file is binary though it is not.
There are several reasons that can cause a2ps to consider a file is binary:
file(1)said the type of the file is `data', in which case a2ps prefers not to print the file. Then you can either:
# Load the system's sheets.map include(/usr/local/share/a2ps/sheets/sheets.map) # Override the rule for files with type `data' according to file(1) plain: <data*>
But this is not very good, since then this rule is always the first
tested, which means that any file with type `data' according to
file(1) will be printed in `plain' style, even if the file
is called `foo.c'.
# file(1) says it's data, but it's pure text plain: /*.txx/
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