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ttf2afm

utility to generate AFM files for TrueType fonts

Synopsis

ttf2afm [OPTIONS] FONTFILE


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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[:at:]tug[:dot:]org> (mailing list).


author

ttf2afm is part of pdfTeX and was written by Han The Thanh <thanh[:at:]informatics.muni[:dot:]cz>.

This manual page was written by C.M. Connelly <cmc[:at:]debian[:dot:]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).

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