t1infos – Utilities for PostScript fonts
There are here two little programs written in C (using t1lib)
for scanning Type 1 fonts, and doing:
– compute the ‘black area’ of each glyph, with how much percent of the square containing the glyph is black, and
– checking if the ‘extremas’ (see Adobe Type 1 specifications) of the outline are correct, and tell which one are missing.
There is also here a PostScript dictionary containing three algorithms for automatic kerning (the kerning is computed ‘on the fly’ instead of being pre-computed by external software like TeX, groff or lout; very useful for some PostScript hacking). Two of these algorithms are quite classical; the third is original and is PostScript-optimized. The PostScript file in the distribution contains both demonstration code and the dictionary itself.
BSD Style License
manipulate Postscript files
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (10.4k).
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- t1utils: Simple Type 1 font manipulation programs
- ps2pk: Generate a PK font from an Adobe Type 1 font
- ps2eps: Produce Encapsulated PostScript from PostScript
- ps_conv: A converter from PostScript to Encapsulated PostScript