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NAME

       t1disasm - disassemble PostScript Type 1 font

SYNOPSIS

       t1disasm [input [output]]

DESCRIPTION

       t1disasm  disassembles  Adobe  Type  1  font  programs  in either PFA (hexadecimal) or PFB
       (binary) formats into human-readable form. If the file output is not specified output goes
       to  the standard output.  If the file input is not specified input comes from the standard
       input.

       t1disasm performs eexec and charstring decryption as  specified  in  the  ``black  book'',
       Adobe  Type  1  Font Format.  Additionally, the charstring binary tokens are expanded into
       human-readable text form, using the names given in the  black  book  and  later  documents
       describing Type 2 opcodes.

EXAMPLES

       % t1disasm Utopia-Regular.pfb Utopia-Regular.raw
       % t1disasm Utopia-Regular.pfa Utopia-Regular.raw

       In Subrs entries in Utopia-Regular.raw will look like
              dup 5 {
                      8 111 vstem
                      -12 128 hstem
                      707 -20 hstem
                      return
                      } |
       and the CharStrings entries like
              /exclam {
                      58 242 hsbw
                      6 callsubr
                      5 4 callsubr
                      63 707 rmoveto
                      -54 0 -5 -22 4 -45 rrcurveto
                      40 -431 rlineto
                      29 hlineto
                      42 431 rlineto
                      4 45 -5 22 -55 0 rrcurveto
                      closepath
                      6 4 callsubr
                      -719 vmoveto
                      243 callsubr
                      endchar
                      } |-

SEE ALSO

       t1asm(1), t1ascii(1), t1binary(1), t1unmac(1), t1mac(1)

       Adobe   Type   1   Font   Format   is   available   free   from   Adobe  as  a  PDF  file:
       http://partners.adobe.com/asn/developer/PDFS/TN/T1_SPEC.PDF

       The Type 2 Charstring Format, also available from Adobe as a PDF file, describes the newer
       Type  2  operators,  which  are  also used in some multiple-master Type 1 fonts like Adobe
       Jenson and Kepler: http://partners.adobe.com/asn/developer/PDFS/TN/5177.Type2.pdf

AUTHORS

       Lee Hetherington (ilh@lcs.mit.edu)
       Eddie Kohler (ekohler@gmail.com)