1. NAME ▲
ofm2opl - convert Omega and TeX font-metric files to property-list files
2. SYNOPSIS ▲
ofm2opl [ OPTION... ] OFMNAME[.ofm] [ OPLFILE[.opl] ]
3. DESCRIPTION ▲
ofm2opl translates a binary Omega Font Metrics file, OFMNAME, into a human-readable property-list form. The program writes to standard output (by default) or to a file specified as OPLFILE.
The program also works with TeX TFM files, producing TeX PL files. (ofm2opl is based on the WEB source code for tftopl(1).)
4. OPTIONS ▲
-charcode-format=TYPE output character codes according to TYPE, which can be either `hex' or `ascii'. Default is `hex'. ascii specifes all ASCII letters and digits; hex gets you everything else.
-help display a brief summary of syntax and options
-verbose display progress reports
-version output version information and exit
5. FILES ▲
OFMNAME an Omega Font Metric file
OPLFILE an Omega Property List file
6. BUGS ▲
None known, but report any found to < > (mailing list). You may also want to check to see if the same bug is present in pltotf(1).
7. SEE ALSO ▲
Draft Manual for the Omega System (omega-manual.dvi).
Web page: <http://www.gutenberg.eu.org/omega/>
8. AUTHOR ▲
According to the WEB documentation:
The first TFtoPL program was designed by Leo Guibas in the summer of 1978. Contributions by Frank Liang, Doug Wyatt, and Lyle Ramshaw also had a significant effect on the evolution of the present code.
Extensions for an enhanced ligature mechanism were added by D.E. Knuth in 1989.
Extensions to handle extended font metric files (``OFM'') were added by John Plaice in December 1995 and January 1996, resulting in the new program OFM2OPL.
The primary authors of Omega are John Plaice < > and Yannis Haralambous < >.
This manual page was written by C.M. Connelly < >, 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).