Provided by: eot-utils_1.1-1_amd64
eotinfo - display data from an EOT file in a readable way
eotinfo [ EOT-file ]
The eotinfo command displays information on standard output about the given EOT file. If no argument is given, it reads the EOT file from standard input. EOT (Embedded OpenType) is a binary format and this program decodes most of the information in the EOT header. It does not read the actual font data, only the EOT header.
mkeot(1), EOT (see http://www.w3.org/Submission/2008/01/)
eotinfo may display incorrect names for fonts that have non-ASCII characters in their names. The list of Unicode ranges and the list of Windows Code Pages is currently incomplete.