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Operating Systems Linux Curious? Post 302139490 by porter on Sunday 7th of October 2007 03:40:13 PM
Old 10-07-2007
Can you provide some context? I can't tell what you are talking about.
 
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ttf2afm(1)							      pdfTeX								ttf2afm(1)

NAME
ttf2afm - utility to generate AFM files for TrueType fonts SYNOPSIS
ttf2afm [OPTIONS] FONTFILE DESCRIPTION
ttf2afm is used to generate Adobe Font Metrics (AFM) files for TrueType (TTF) fonts to allow them to be used with TeX. ttf2afm takes the name of a TrueType font file as a required argument. It may also take one or more options from the list below (note that -d and -h are mutually exclusive). OPTIONS
-a print all glyphs -i read names in encoding vector in form `indexnum' -d print glyph names in the form `indexdecimal_num' -h print glyph names in the form `indexhex_num' -c name print encoding tables to file name.eMN, where M is the platform number and N is the encoding -e enc use encoding from file enc -o output output to file output instead of stdout Platform numbers can be one of 0 Apple Unicode 1 Macintosh 2 ISO 3 Microsoft Encodings can be 0 Roman (if platform is Macintosh) 0 Symbol (if platform is Microsoft) 1 Unicode (if platform is Microsoft) BUGS
None known, but submit bug reports to <pdftex@tug.org> (mailing list). AUTHOR
ttf2afm is part of pdfTeX and was written by Han The Thanh <thanh@informatics.muni.cz>. This manual page was written by C.M. Connelly <cmc@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system. It may be used by other distributions without contacting the author. Any mistakes or omissions in the manual page are my fault; inquiries about or corrections to this manual page should be directed to me (and not to the primary author). pdfTeX September 2000 ttf2afm(1)

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