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PROGRAM:

NAME


hex2bdf - Convert a GNU Unifont .hex file into a BDF font

SYNOPSIS


hex2bdf < input-font.hex > output-font.bdf

DESCRIPTION


hex2bdf reads a sorted GNU Unifont .hex file (sorted with the Unix sort utility) from
STDIN and writes a BDF version of the font to STDOUT.

OPTIONS


-f "font-name"
Specify the target font name. If omitted, the default font name "Unifont" is
assigned.

-v "font-version"
Specify the target font version. If omitted, the default version "1.0" is
assigned.

-c "font-copyright"
Specify the target font copyright information. The default is the null
string.

-r <pixel-rows>
Specify how many pixel rows tall a glyph is. The default is the traditional
Unifont 16 rows of pixels. This is an addition to support unihex2png(1) and
unipng2hex(1), which allow designing glyphs that are 16, 24, or 32 pixel rows
tall.

EXAMPLE


Sample usage:

hex2bdf -f "Unifont" -c "(C) 2013..." unifont.hex > unifont.bdf

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