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How do I process a postscript file such that each page of that file is written to a separate postscript file, one new postscript document for each page of the original postscript document?

Can I do that with ghostscript and what is the proper gs command?

Thanks for any help!
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You can do that with psutils:
<URL:http://www.dcs.ed.ac.uk/home/ajcd/psutils/>
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