fc-validate - validate font files


   fc-validate [ -Vhv ]

    [  [ -i index ]  [ --index index ]  ]  [  [ -l lang ]  [ --lang lang ]
   ]  [ --verbose ]  [ --version ]  [ --help ]  font-file...


   fc-validate validates font-file(s) if each fonts satisfies the language
   coverage  according to the orthography files in fontconfig.  If --index
   is given, only one face of each file is validated, otherwise all  faces
   are validated.


   This  program  follows  the  usual  GNU  command line syntax, with long
   options starting with  two  dashes  (`-').  A  summary  of  options  is
   included below.

   -i     Only query face indexed index of each file.

   -l     Set  lang  as a language instead of current locale. this is used
          for -m.

   -v     Show more detailed information.

   -V     Show version of the program and exit.

   -h     Show summary of options.

          Query font-file for font faces.


   fc-validate returns error code 0 for successful parsing, or  1  if  any
   errors occured or if at least one font face could not be opened.


   This manual page was updated by Akira TAGOH <akira@tagoh.org>.

                             Sep 10, 2012                   FC-VALIDATE(1)

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