a2ac – AFM to AFM plus Composites
Enables the use of PostScript fonts while typesetting texts in languages where inflected letters are used. The font will typically not contain the complete alphabet of a given language; the program will derive composite glyph structures using accent glyphs, and output their details in the derived AFM file.
The configuration files of the program are independent of the PostScript font encoding and of the typesetting system encoding. The program may be used to prepare a font for any typesetting system, especially TeX.
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