In need of a decent tutorial or open source PostScript parser to learn from

Posted on 2008-11-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Wondering if there's someone out there that has worked extensively with PostScript and could point me in the direction of some good utilities/open source code that I can use to help me understand the language, as well as provide tools to help me analyze the information, etc.

This project will eventually be used in a .net project - so if there is any information tailored to the .NET framework (such as a parser, or utility somewhere) I can learn from that would be ideal.

Anything that will help will do though.
Question by:AngryLoop
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    Ghostscript interprets PostScript, and C code is available under GPL.

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