Ghostgum Software Pty Ltd is a small software company located in Melbourne, Australia.
Our current products are:

GSview

GSview is a graphical interface for Ghostscript, an interpreter for the PostScript language and Portable Document Format. GSview allows selected pages to be viewed, printed, or converted to bitmap, PostScript or PDF formats.

GSview can be downloaded from http://pages.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/gsview/index.htm

Registering GSview

If you wish to support the development of GSview or wish to disable the GSview nag screen, please consider registering GSview. There is no requirement for you to register GSview. According to the terms of the GSview licence, you can use GSview without any payment. The registration fee is AUD$40 (approx. USD$40). GSview can be registered online at an external secure site run by CardGate.net.

GSview can also be registered by faxing or mailing a registration form. Ghostgum Software prefers that you use the online registration method. A site registration for multiple computers is also available.

EPStool

EPStool is used to add or remove preview images from Encapsulated PostScript Files.

RedMon

The RedMon port monitor redirects a special printer port to standard input of a program. RedMon is commonly used with Ghostscript and a non-PostScript printer to emulate a PostScript printer.

RedMon can be obtained from http://www.cs.wisc.edu/~ghost/redmon/


Contacting Ghostgum Software

Preferred method is email to gsview@ghostgum.com.au

Postal address:

Ghostgum Software Pty Ltd
25 Kennedy St
GLEN WAVERLEY VIC 3150
AUSTRALIA

Fax: +61 3 9886 6616

What is a Ghostgum?

The Ghost Gum is an Australian inland tree, also known as Corymbia aparrerinja and previously as Eucalyptus papuana. The bark is very white, hence the name.
Last updated 2012-08-28 by Russell Lang.