qdtexvpl – Quick and dirty virtual font creation
Qdtexvpl is a tool for quick and dirty creation of virtual fonts. You create a TeX file which contains the TeX code to be put into the virtual font, run TeX on the file, and feed the DVI file into qdtexvpl, which creates a VPL file. Finally, you use VPtoVF to create a TFM file and a VF file from the VPL file.
|Copyright||1992 Eberhard Mattes|
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