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T1UNMAC(1)						      General Commands Manual							T1UNMAC(1)

NAME
t1unmac - translate a Mac PostScript Type 1 font into PFA or PFB format SYNOPSIS
t1unmac [-a|-b] [-r] [input [output]] DESCRIPTION
t1unmac extracts POST resources from a Macintosh PostScript font file and creates a PFA (hexadecimal) or PFB (binary) font file. The file input should be in MacBinary I or II, AppleSingle, AppleDouble, or BinHex format, or it can be a raw resource fork. If the file is a raw resource fork, you need to give the `--raw' option; otherwise t1unmac should automatically figure out what kind of file you have. If the file output is not specified output goes to the standard output. OPTIONS
--pfa, -a Output in PFA (ASCII) format. --pfb, -b Output in PFB (binary) format. This is the default. --raw, -r Indicates that the input is a raw resource fork. --macbinary Indicates that the input is in MacBinary I or II format. --applesingle Indicates that the input is in AppleSingle format. --appledouble Indicates that the input is in AppleDouble format. --binhex Indicates that the input is in BinHex 4.0 format. --block-length=num, -l num PFB only: Set the maximum output block length to num. The default length is as large as memory allows. --line-length=num, -l num PFA only: Set the maximum length of encrypted lines in the output to num. (These are the lines consisting wholly of hexadecimal dig- its.) The default is 64. EXAMPLES
On Mac OS X, you can use t1unmac to translate a font into PFA or PFB format as follows: % t1unmac --raw FONTFILENAME/..namedfork/rsrc > OUTPUT SEE ALSO
t1mac(1), t1ascii(1), t1binary(1), t1asm(1), t1disasm(1) AUTHORS
Lee Hetherington (ilh@lcs.mit.edu) Eddie Kohler (ekohler@gmail.com) Ported to Microsoft C/C++ Compiler and MS-DOS operating system by Kai-Uwe Herbing (herbing@netmbx.netmbx.de). Version 1.37 T1UNMAC(1)

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T1ASM(1)						      General Commands Manual							  T1ASM(1)

NAME
t1asm - assemble PostScript Type 1 font SYNOPSIS
t1asm [-a|-b] [-l length] [input [output]] DESCRIPTION
t1asm assembles Adobe Type 1 font programs into either PFA (hexadecimal) or PFB (binary) formats from a human-readable form. If the file output is not specified output goes to the standard output. If the file input is not specified input comes from the standard input. t1asm tokenizes the charstring data and performs eexec and charstring encryption as specified in the ``black book,'' Adobe Type 1 Font For- mat. The input must have a line of the form /-|{string currentfile exch readstring pop}executeonly def which defines the command, in this case `-|', that is to start charstring data. It is an error not to define such a command. Another common name for this command is `RD'. After the start of the Subrs array in the input, all open braces `{' not in a comment begin a charstring. Such a charstring is terminated by the next non-comment close brace `}'. Within such a charstring, only comments, integers, and valid charstring commands are allowed. Valid charstring command names can be found in Adobe Type 1 Font Format and other documents describing the newer Type 2 opcodes. The format within a charstring is unimportant as long as integers and commands are separated by at least a one whitespace (space, tab, newline) char- acter. Note that within charstrings, comments are discarded because they cannot be encoded. OPTIONS
--pfa, -a Output in PFA (ASCII) format. --pfb, -b Output in PFB (binary) format. This is the default. --block-length=num, -l num PFB only: Set the maximum output block length to num. The default length is as large as memory allows. --line-length=num, -l num PFA only: Set the maximum length of encrypted lines in the output to num. (These are the lines consisting wholly of hexadecimal dig- its.) The default is 64. EXAMPLES
% t1asm Utopia-Regular.raw > Utopia-Regular.pfb % t1asm -a Utopia-Regular.raw > Utopia-Regular.pfa SEE ALSO
t1disasm(1), t1ascii(1), t1binary(1), t1unmac(1), t1mac(1) Adobe Type 1 Font Format is available free from Adobe as a PDF file. http://partners.adobe.com/asn/developer/PDFS/TN/T1_SPEC.PDF The Type 2 Charstring Format, also available from Adobe as a PDF file, describes the newer Type 2 operators, which are also used in some multiple-master Type 1 fonts like Adobe Jenson and Kepler. http://partners.adobe.com/asn/developer/PDFS/TN/5177.Type2.pdf AUTHORS
Lee Hetherington (ilh@lcs.mit.edu) Eddie Kohler (ekohler@gmail.com) Version 1.37 T1ASM(1)
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