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convert a type1 pfb file (binary MSDOS) into a pfa (ASCII)


pfb2pfa [-v] pfbfile [pfafile]

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Program converts a binary MSDOS representation for a type1 PostScript font into a readable ASCII version. The MSDOS newline (\r) is converted into the UNIX newline (\n). The output is written in a file whose name is the name that is provided on the command line or the basename of the input file plus extension ".pfa".

With the -v option you get some information about what the program is doing.


Piet Tutelaers <rcpt[:at:]urc.tue[:dot:]nl>

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