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MKAFMMAP(1)						      General Commands Manual						       MKAFMMAP(1)

NAME
mkafmmap - creates font map for AFM files SYNOPSIS
mkafmmap [options] files... DESCRIPTION
The mkafmmap command will generate a font map file reading all the AFM files given in the command line. By default it will write the map to a file named font.map, a different filename can be specified with the --output-file options. Using '-' will make the program write the map to stdout. OPTIONS
-h, --help Show summary of options. -v, --version Show version of program. -p, --output-file=NAME Print output to file NAME. SEE ALSO
enscript(1), states(1). AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Lucas Wall <kthulhu@usa.net>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). May 10, 2004 MKAFMMAP(1)

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composeglyphs(1)						      Debian							  composeglyphs(1)

NAME
composeglyphs - generate an encoding vector or new font for postscript SYNOPSIS
composeglyphs -e encoding.afm -E encoding.ps composeglyphs -i input.afm -o output.ps -c composite.afm -n newname -e base_encoding.afm -t target_encoding.afm -a output.afm DESCRIPTION
composeglyphs is a script to generate either an encoding vector or a new font for postscript. It requires a pre-existing AFM and allows for the use of composite characters that that AFM does not already provide. OPTIONS
-e encoding.afm The base encoding AFM to use. -E encoding.ps The encoding vector to output. -i input.afm The AFM of the original font. -o output.ps The font program to generate. -c composite.afm The AFM containing supplementary composite character information. -n newname The name of the new font. -t target_encoding.afm The target encoding. -a output.afm The name of the AFM file to generate. NOTES
composeglyphs is a part of Ogonkify, which comes with the a2ps distribution. If you create new AFMs or modify existing ones, the author asks that you kindly send him a copy so that he may include them in the distri- bution. AUTHOR
Juliusz Chroboczek <jec@dcs.ed.ac.uk> SEE ALSO
a2ps(1), ogonkify(1) The full documentation for Ogonkify is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and a2ps programs are properly installed at your site, the command info Ogonkify should give you access to the complete manual. a2ps May 2003 composeglyphs(1)
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