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alldc(1)							       teTeX								  alldc(1)

NAME
allec - force the most important ec-fonts to be calculated SYNOPSIS
allec [-r] DESCRIPTION
allec forces a large number of ec-style Fonts to be calculated as pixel files. This is done through running dvips(1) over a certain test- file. Therefore, the fonts are created in the resolution needed by dvips. If the -r flag is specified, the command dvired(1) will be used instead of dvips. alldc does not recalculate existing fonts (as long as the Metafont mode does not change). SEE ALSO
allcm(1), allneeded(1), dvips(1), dvired(1). AUTHOR
Thomas Esser <te@dbs.uni-hannover.de> teTeX 11/94 alldc(1)

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fontimport(1)							       teTeX							     fontimport(1)

NAME
fontimport - import fonts into the teTeX directory structure SYNOPSIS
fontimport [-d] [-f] [-t] [-m MF-mode] path ... DESCRIPTION
fontimport imports TFM and PK font files into appropriate places in the teTeX directory tree and revises teTeX's filename database accord- ingly. Each path may be a font file or a directory, either absolute or relative to the current directory. All subdirectories of a given directory are searched for font files. Don't specify directory names that are symbolic links, however, since (at least some versions of) find(1) won't dereference them. A font's destination is determined by variables in the file texmf.cnf. By default, fontimport will issue a warning to stderr instead of overwriting an existing font file. The -f flag forces overwriting. fontimport can cope with font names conforming the 8.3-namescheme, too, so you can import fonts from either a TDS-compliant or MSDOS installation. emTeX's font libraries are not supported. If you want to import fonts from a font library, you need to unpack it with emTeX's fontlib utility first. The full pathname of each font successfully imported is echoed to stdout. When fontimport can not parse a font's name, it will import the font using a path element of "/unknown/" and issue a warning on stderr. fontimport tries to guess the mode of PK files. With the -m flag you may specify a fallback mode to be used if the mode can't be guessed. Options: -m MF-MODE default Metafont mode for PK files if autodetection fails -d delete delete font files after copying (i.e., move them) -f force overwrite existing fonts -t test just echo each font's destination (if any); don't move or copy SEE ALSO
allec(1), allneeded(1), fontexport(1), Fontname: Filenames for TeX Fonts (http://tug.org/fontname). AUTHOR
Thomas Esser (te@informatik.uni-hannover.de) teTeX 4/99 fontimport(1)
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