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NAME

       t1unmac - translate a Mac PostScript Type 1 font into PFA or PFB format

SYNOPSIS

       t1unmac [-a|-b] [-r] [input [output]]

DESCRIPTION

       t1unmac  extracts  POST  resources from a Macintosh PostScript font file and creates a PFA
       (hexadecimal) or PFB (binary) font file. The file input should be in MacBinary  I  or  II,
       AppleSingle,  AppleDouble, or BinHex format, or it can be a raw resource fork. If the file
       is a raw resource fork, you need to give the  `--raw'  option;  otherwise  t1unmac  should
       automatically  figure  out what kind of file you have. If the file output is not specified
       output goes to the standard output.

OPTIONS

       --pfa, -a
            Output in PFA (ASCII) format.

       --pfb, -b
            Output in PFB (binary) format. This is the default.

       --raw, -r
            Indicates that the input is a raw resource fork.

       --macbinary
            Indicates that the input is in MacBinary I or II format.

       --applesingle
            Indicates that the input is in AppleSingle format.

       --appledouble
            Indicates that the input is in AppleDouble format.

       --binhex
            Indicates that the input is in BinHex 4.0 format.

       --block-length=num, -l num
            PFB only: Set the maximum output block length to num.  The default length is as large
            as memory allows.

       --line-length=num, -l num
            PFA only: Set the maximum length of encrypted lines in the output to num.  (These are
            the lines consisting wholly of hexadecimal digits.) The default is 64.

EXAMPLES

       On Mac OS X, you can use t1unmac to translate a font into PFA or PFB format as follows:
       % t1unmac --raw FONTFILENAME/..namedfork/rsrc > OUTPUT

SEE ALSO

       t1mac(1), t1ascii(1), t1binary(1), t1asm(1), t1disasm(1)

AUTHORS

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

       Ported to Microsoft  C/C++  Compiler  and  MS-DOS  operating  system  by  Kai-Uwe  Herbing
       (herbing@netmbx.netmbx.de).