|PTFTOPL(1)||General Commands Manual||PTFTOPL(1)|
ptftopl, uptftopl - Convert Japanese pTeX font metric (JFM) files to property list
ptftopl [OPTIONS] tfm_name[.tfm] [pl_name[.pl]]
The ptftopl program translates a Japanese pTeX font metric (JFM) file to a Japanese property list (JPL) file. It also serves as a TFM/JFM-file validating program.
The uptftopl program is a Unicode-enabled version of ptftopl.
In the following sections, we refer to these programs as (u)ptftopl.
(u)ptftopl is upper compatible with tftopl; if the input TFM file is for roman fonts, it is translated into an ordinary property list file. The difference between ptftopl and uptftopl lies in the internal encoding: when the input is a JFM file, ptftopl always treats it as a JIS-encoded JFM; on the other hand, uptftopl treats it as a Unicode-encoded JFM by default.
Compared to tftopl, the following option is added to (u)ptftopl.
- -kanji string
- Sets the output Japanese Kanji code. The string can be one of the followings: euc (EUC-JP), jis (ISO-2022-JP), sjis (Shift_JIS), utf8 (UTF-8), uptex (UTF-8; uptftopl only).
When one of euc, jis, sjis or utf8 is specified, both ptftopl and uptftopl treats the input JFM as JIS-encoded. When uptex is specified with uptftopl, it treats the input JFM as Unicode-encoded.
(u)ptftopl is maintained by Japanese TeX Development Community https://texjp.org. For bug reports, open an issue at GitHub repository https://github.com/texjporg/tex-jp-build, or send an e-mail to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Hironobu Yamashita.
|30 August 2022||Web2C 2023|