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psfaddtable




SYNOPSIS

       psfaddtable fontfile tablefile outfile


DESCRIPTION

       psfaddtable takes a console font in .psf format  given  by
       fontfile  and  merges  it with the Unicode character table
       given by tablefile to produce a font file with an embedded
       character  table,  which  is written to outfile.  An input
       file name of "-" denotes standard  input,  and  an  output
       file name of "-" denotes standard output.  If the fontfile
       already  contains  an  embedded  character  table,  it  is
       ignored.


TABLE FILE FORMAT

       Each line in the tablefile should be either blank, contain
       a comment (preceded by #), or contain a sequence  of  num­
       bers  in  either decimal (default), octal (preceded by 0),
       or hexadecimal  (preceded  by  0x)  format,  separated  by
       spaces  or  tabs.  The first number on each line indicates
       the glyph slot in the font that is being referred to, this
       is  between  0 and 0xff for a 256-character font and 0 and
       0x1ff for a 512-character font.  Any subsequent numbers on
       the  same line are Unicodes matched by this specific glyph
       slot.  Instead of a single Unicode one may have a sequence
       of  Unicodes separates by commas, to denote that the glyph
       depicts the corresponding composed symbol.  It is  permis­
       sible to have multiple lines for the same glyph.


SEE ALSO

       setfont(8), psfgettable(1), psfstriptable(1), psfxtable(1)

                           25 Oct 1994             PSFADDTABLE(1)
  
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