getunimap − dump the unicode map for the current console to stdout
getunimap [ −s ] [ −C console ]
The getunimap program is old and obsolete. It is now part of setfont 411toppm(1).
The getunimap program outputs the unicode map (also called a "Screen Font Map") for the current console to standard output.
The −C option may be used with Linux 2.6.1 and later to get the map for a console different from the current one. Its argument is a pathname.
The output of getunimap is of the form
0xAA U+1234 # comment
where 0xAA is
the font character code and U+1234 is a unicode character,
that if displayed, will be displayed using glyph 0xAA in the
font. Many unicode characters may be mapped to the same
the Hash symbol # is used as a comment delimiter; characters after a hash sign (to the end of the line) are comments.
The −s option will sort and merge elements, sorting on font character. Hence, it will produce output of the form:
0x22 U+1234 U+5678 U+3456
etc., listing the multiple unicode characters that map to a font glyph.
The output of getunimap is of the form accepted by setfont and psfaddtable
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