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grcompiler - Compile GDL into a TrueType Font
grcompiler [-d] [-D] [-g] [-n number] [-v number] [-w number] [-wall] [-q] gdl-file font-
file [output-file] [output-fontname]
Grcompiler compiles a Graphite Description Language description of the smarts for a font
along with a TrueType Font to create a graphite font with graphite tables in it.
-d Generate XML debugger file.
-D Generate all debugger files.
-g Permit and ignore invalid glyph definitions.
Set name table start location.
-q Quiet mode (no messages except on error).
Set Silf table version number.
-wnnnn Ignore warning with the given number. This option may be repeated.
-wall Display all warnings.
grcompiler makes use of the following environment variables
GDLPP Specifies the command to execute to run the GDL preprocessor
Warnings and errors are output to this file.
Debug file that specifies the classes stored in the font in terms of their GDL
source and containing glyph ids in hex.
Debug file giving Unicode to glyph mapping of all the glyphs in the font and vice
Debug file containing the action code and constraint code associated with each pass
and rule in a pass.
Debug file that gives the finite state machines of each pass and the rules
referenced. For each pass, a mapping is given between glyph and column number.
Debug file containing all the glyph attributes and their names, along with values
specified for each glyph.
Debug file giving the complete parse tree of the GDL source file.
Debug file that lists the rules in precedence order (order in which they will be
tested) for each pass.
Debug file containing the output of gdlpp
Martin Hosken <[email protected]>
$Date: 2012-05-29 11:36:50 $ grcompiler(1)
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