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Where to find dumppcl.exe

Where to find dumppcl.exe

Where to find dumppcl.exe

(OP)
Hello,

This old thread talks about a windows command line app called dumppcl.exe

https://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=127163...

I searched google and another source for this app, but it is nowhere to be found.

I will use it to analyze some files. Where can I download dumppcl.exe ?

Thanks

RE: Where to find dumppcl.exe

Hi,

Having looked at the thread you referenced, I believe this tool evolved into (or heavily influenced) the PRN File Analyse Tool from the late Chris Hutchinson's PCL Paraphernalia suite of PCL utilities, now maintained on github by Michael Knigge.

Link


Quote (PRN File Analyse
This tool provides an analysis of the contents of a nominated print file. It recognises and deciphers PCL, PCL XL, HP-GL/2, PJL and PML.
Note that this tool does not interact with a printer - it analyses a nominated file.)


I think you will find that PCL Paraphernalia is an outstanding set of PCL utilities. Just outstanding.

Regards,



Hugh Hood

RE: Where to find dumppcl.exe

(OP)
Thank you for the Link. PCL Paraphernalia does everything and more that I was looking for.
I read the sad story about Chris Hutchinson as well. Respect. Thank you for the brilliant Software. Rest in Peace.

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