OVF2OVP(1)                  General Commands Manual                 OVF2OVP(1)

       ovf2ovp  -  convert  virtual  font  file and associated font metrics to
       property-list format

       ovf2ovp [options] ovfname[.ovf] [ofmname[.ofm] [ovpfile[.ovp]]]

       ovf2ovp translates a virtual font (OVF) file, ovfname, and its  compan-
       ion  font  metric  (OFM) file, ofmname, into a human-readable property-
       list format.  The program writes to standard output (by default) or  to
       a file specified as ovpname.

       The  program  also  works  with TeX VF and TFM files, producing TeX VPL

       (Same as ofm2opl).

              output character codes according to type, either `hex',  `octal'
              or  `ascii'.   Default  is  `hex'; `ascii' says to use ASCII for
              letters and digits, hex for all else.

              output character codes  according  to  stype,  either  `num'  or
              `ascii'.  Default  is  `num';  `ascii'  as  in -charcode-format.
              (These two redundant options both exist only for historical com-

              output  numbers  according  to  ntype,  either `hex' or `octal';
              default is hex.

              output coding scheme  and  family  according  to  ttype,  either
              `mixed' or `upper' case; default is mixed.

       -help  display a brief summary of syntax and options

              display progress reports

              output version information and exit

              Omega Virtual Property List file

              Omega Font Metric file

              Omega Virtual Font file

       Send  bug  reports  to <http://lists.tug.org/tex-k> (mailing list); may
       also check if the same bug is present in vftovp(1).  General discussion
       of Omega (and Aleph) can take place on the <http://lists.tug.org/omega>
       mailing list.

       omega(1),  aleph(1),  ofm2opl(1),  ovp2ovf(1),  pltotf(1),   tftopl(1),
       vftovp(1), vptovf(1)

       According to the WEB documentation:

              VFtoVP  is  an  extended version of the program TFtoPL, which is
              part of the standard TeXware library.  The  idea  of  a  virtual
              font  was  inspired by the work of David R. Fuchs who designed a
              similar set of conventions in 1984  while  developing  a  device
              driver  for ArborText, Inc.  He wrote a somewhat similar program
              called AMFtoXPL.

       Thus, ovf2ovp is based on the WEB source code for  vftovp(1),  although
       nowadays it is a link to omfonts, implemented entirely in C.

       The  primary  authors  of Omega are John Plaice and Yannis Haralambous.
       Omega (and Aleph) are now maintained as part of TeX Live.

       This manual page was written by C.M. Connelly <cmc@debian.org>, for the
       Debian GNU/Linux system.  It may be used by other distributions without
       contacting the author.  Any mistakes or omissions in  the  manual  page
       are my fault; inquiries about or corrections to this manual page should
       be directed to me (and not to the primary author).

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