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Command line utilities for manipulating OpenType files
This crate contains a number of utilities for manipulating OpenType files:
The utilities are designed in the "Unix pipe" philosophy: if you provide one file name, it is understood as the input font; otherwise, the input font is read from stdin. If you provide a second file name, it is understood as the output font; otherwise the font is written to stdout.
fontcrunch- A Rust port of https://github.com/googlefonts/fontcrunch
ttf-add-minimal-dsig- Adds a minimal DSIG table if one is not present
ttf-fix-checksum- Ensures TTF files have correct checksum
ttf-fix-non-hinted- Adds a
preptable which is set to smooth for all sizes
ttf-flatten-components- Flattens components
ttf-optimize-gvar- Optimizes the gvar table by omitting points which can be inferred
ttf-remove-overlap- Removes overlap from TTF files
ttf-rename-glyphs- Renames glyphs to production names