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''' $RCSfile: ttf2pt1_x2gs.1,v $$Revision: 1.1 $$Date: 2008-03-12 06:35:44 $
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.TH TTF2PT1_X2GS 1 "version 3.4.4" "December 31, 2003" "TTF2PT1 Font Converter"
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.rm #[ #] #H #V #F C
.SH "NAME"
\fBttf2pt1_x2gs\fR \- font installer for Ghostscript
.SH "SYNOPSIS"
ttf2pt1_x2gs \fB[config-file]\fR
.SH "DESCRIPTION"
The fonts generated with \fBttf2pt1\fR work fine with Ghostscript by
themselves. The script `\fBx2gs\fR\*(R' (or `\fBttf2pt1_x2gs\fR\*(R' when installed
into a public directory, to avoid name conflicts with other
programs) links the font files from the X11 direcotry into the Ghostscript 
directory and automatically creates the description file (\f(CWFontmap\fR) 
in Ghostscript format.
.PP
If the configuration file is not specified as an argument then the file
`\f(CWconvert.cfg\fR\*(R' in the current directory is used, just like the
`\f(CWconvert\fR\*(R' script does. Indeed, this configuration file is used for 
both scripts.
.PP
The Ghostscript-related parameters in the configuration file are:
.PP
\fB\f(CWDSTDIR\fR\fR \- the X11 font directory used by `\f(CWx2gs\fR\*(R' as the
source of the fonts. This parameter is common with the X11 
configuration.
.PP
\fB\f(CWGSDIR\fR\fR \- the base directory of Ghostsript. If this
parameter is set to an empty string then `\f(CWconvert\fR\*(R' won't
call `\f(CWx2gs\fR\*(R'. So if you want to get only the X11 fonts
installed then set this parameter to an empty string. This 
directory may vary on various system, so please check your 
system and set this value accordingly before running the script.
.PP
\fB\f(CWGSFONTDIR\fR\fR \- the font directory of Ghostscript. In the standard
Ghostscript installation it's a subdirectory of \f(CWGSDIR\fR 
but some systems may use completely different directories.
.PP
\fB\f(CWGSCONFDIR\fR\fR \- the configuration subdirectory of Ghostscript
that contains the \f(CWFontmap\fR file.
.PP
\fB\f(CWINSTALLFONTMAP\fR\fR \- if the value is set to \fB\f(CWYES\fR\fR then 
install the entries for the new fonts right into the main 
\f(CWFontmap\fR file. Otherwise just leave the file \f(CWFontmap.ttf\fR 
in the Ghostscript configuration directory.
.PP
After preparing the configuration file run the script. It symbolicaly links 
all the font files and creates the description file \f(CWFontmap.ttf\fR in 
\f(CWGSCONDFIR\fR. After that there are two choices. 
.PP
If the option \f(CWINSTALLFONTMAP\fR was set to \f(CWYES\fR then 
the font descriptions are also automatically installed into the
master \f(CWFontmap\fR file. The script is clever enough to
detect if it was run multiple times with the same directories
and if so it replaces the old \f(CWFontmap\fR entries with
the new ones instead of just accumulating all of them. You
may also run it multiple times for multiple X11 directories
and all the results will be properly collected in the \f(CWFontmap\fR.
But it's your responsibility to watch that the names of the
font files don't overlap. If the X11 font directory gets
renamed then you have to remove its font entries from the
\f(CWFontmap\fR and only after that re-run `\f(CWx2gs\fR\*(R'
for the new directory. 
.PP
On the other hand if the option \f(CWINSTALLFONTMAP\fR was set to 
\f(CWNO\fR then go to the \f(CWGSCONFDIR\fR directory and insert the 
contents of \f(CWFontmap.ttf\fR into the \f(CWFontmap\fR file
manually. This step may be left manual to make the installation
a little bit more safe. 
.PP
After that you may also want to redefine some of the aliases in 
\f(CWFontmap\fR to refer to the newly installed fonts.
But the redefinition of the aliases may be dangerous if the width of
characters in the new font will be different from the old font.
Alas, there is no visible solution of this problem yet.
.SH "FILES"
.Ip "\(bu" 2
\s-1TTF2PT1_SHAREDIR/\s0scripts/convert.cfg.sample
.Ip "\(bu" 2
\s-1TTF2PT1_SHAREDIR/\s0scripts/*
.Ip "\(bu" 2
\s-1TTF2PT1_SHAREDIR/README\s0
.Ip "\(bu" 2
\s-1TTF2PT1_SHAREDIR/FONTS\s0
.Ip "\(bu" 2
\s-1TTF2PT1_SHAREDIR\s0/*
.Ip "\(bu" 2
\s-1TTF2PT1_BINDIR/\s0ttf2pt1
.SH "SEE ALSO"
.Ip "\(bu" 4
the \fIttf2pt1(1)\fR manpage
.Ip "\(bu" 4
the \fIttf2pt1_convert(1)\fR manpage
.Ip "\(bu" 4
the \fIt1asm(1)\fR manpage

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