[pdftex] ttf2afm bug: doesn't encode glyphs named like uni01D7
Thanh Han The
hanthethanh at gmail.com
Sun Aug 28 00:18:06 CEST 2005
On Sat, Aug 27, 2005 at 01:15:37AM +0200, Klaus Bosse wrote:
> ttf2afm, version 1.0, 2005
> I'm missing an old feature of ttf2afm:
> I have an unicoded True Type Font (8 dot Braille, etc.) and I named the glyphs ('Postscript name') according to the Adobe Glyph naming convention (http://partners.adobe.com/public/developer/opentype/index_glyph.html), that is e.g.
> 'uni28FF' for Braille Pattern Dots-12345678.
> With an older version of ttf2afm (MikTeX 2.0 ?) ttf2afm mapped these glyphs according to an entry in my private encoding-file PSUNI-LSZB.enc.
> Here the last part of the encoding file:
> /uni28EC /uni28ED /uni28EE /uni28EF
> % 0xF0
> /uni28F0 /uni28F1 /uni28F2 /uni28F3
> /uni28F4 /uni28F5 /uni28F6 /uni28F7
> /uni28F8 /uni28F9 /uni28FA /uni28FB
> /uni28FC /uni28FD /uni28FE /uni28FF
> ] def
> Here an entry from the resulting (old) rzsmb.afm
> "C 255 ; WX 600 ; N uni28FF ; B 146 47 466 636 ;"
> The new (?) version of ttf2afm (verion 1.0, 2005) ignores all glyphs with such names:-(.
> When I call
> "ttf2afm -e PSUNI-LSZB.enc -o rzsmb.afm smuni.ttf"
> I get only entries in rzsmb.afm beginning with "C -1;" or nothing at all.
> Hope someone can help me
running ttf2afm without any parameters will print a short
hint how to do that (use the -u switch)
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