pfbtops(1) General Commands Manual pfbtops(1)
pfbtops - translate Printer Font Binary files to PostScript ASCII
pfbtops [pfb-file] pfbtops --help pfbtops -v pfbtops --version
pfbtops translates a PostScript font in Printer Font Binary (PFB) format to ASCII, splitting overlong lines in text packets into smaller chunks. If pfb-file is omitted, the PFB file will be read from the standard input. The ASCII format PostScript font will be written on the standard output. PostScript fonts for MS-DOS are normally supplied in PFB format. The resulting ASCII format PostScript font can be used with groff, if it is first listed in /usr/local/share/groff/1.22.4/font/devps/ download and /usr/local/share/groff/1.22.4/font/devpdf/download.
--help Display a usage message and exit. -v --version Display version information and exit.
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