What tool will most easily preprocess, or handshake with the printer to change ascii font size? I am printing text files composed with vi, which are 105-115 characters per row, that need to be resized (in font size) so that each line fits on the page when it’s printed on my, non-ps, brother mfc L2700dw printer?
lp -o fit-to-page doesn’t work
troff involves completely rewriting the text files, and short attempts in this direction failed to do what the manual said it would do.
I looked a bit at ghostscript, don’t recall my thoughts there.
enscript is advised, but is no longer part of the debian packages
asciidoctor and asciidoc might be the way to go
I need to understand the problem. Who is choosing the font? Is it the printer hardware, the linux print driver, the cups system?