psfxtable - handle Unicode character tables for console fonts


   psfxtable [-i infont] [-o outfont] [-it intable] [-ot outtable] [-nt]


   psfxtable  handles the embedded Unicode character table for .psf format
   console fonts. It reads a font and possibly a table and writes  a  font
   and/or  a  table.   psfaddtable(1), psfgettable(1) and psfstriptable(1)
   are links to it.

   Each of the filenames infont, outfont, intable,  and  outtable  may  be
   replaced by a single dash (-), in which case standard input or standard
   output is used.  If no -i option  is  given,  the  font  is  read  from
   standard input.  If no -it or -o or -ot option is given, no input table
   is read or no output font or output table is written.

   By default the output font (if any) will  have  a  Unicode  table  when
   either the input font has one, or an explicit table (which overrides an
   input font table) has been provided.  The option -nt causes output of a
   font  without  table.   When  outfont  is  requested it will get a psf1
   header when infont  has  a  psf1  header  and  intable  does  not  have
   sequences and a psf2 header otherwise.


   setfont(8), psfaddtable(1), psfgettable(1), psfstriptable(1)

                              9 Dec 1999                      PSFXTABLE(1)


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