|PPLTOTF(1)||General Commands Manual||PPLTOTF(1)|
NAME¶ppltotf, uppltotf - Create Japanese pTeX font metric (JFM)
SYNOPSIS¶ppltotf [options] pl_file_name[.pl] [tfm_file_name[.tfm]]
DESCRIPTION¶The ppltotf program translates a Japanese property list (JPL) file to a Japanese pTeX font metric (JFM) file. The resulting JFM file can be used with pTeX and e-pTeX.
The uppltotf program is a Unicode-enabled version of ppltotf. The resulting JFM file can be used with upTeX and e-upTeX.
In the following sections, we refer to these programs as (u)ppltotf.
(u)ppltotf is upper compatible with pltotf; if the input PL file is for roman fonts, it is translated into an ordinary TeX font metric (TFM) file. The difference between ppltotf and uppltotf lies in the output encoding: ppltotf always outputs JIS-encoded JFM; on the other hand, uppltotf outputs Unicode-encoded JFM by default.
OPTIONS¶Compared to pltotf, the following option is added to (u)ppltotf.
- -kanji string
- Sets the input 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; uppltotf only).
When one of euc, jis, sjis or utf8 is specified, both ppltotf and uppltotf output a JIS-encoded JFM. When uptex is specified with uppltotf, it outputs a Unicode-encoded JFM.
AUTHORS¶(u)ppltotf 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 <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Hironobu Yamashita.
|15 March 2019||Web2C 2020|