From: Randy Kramer (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jul 17 2002 - 19:19:03 EDT
Thanks very much!
You can edit the web page in question. Can I talk you into doing it?
The web page is on a wiki (TWiki).
To edit the page, you must first register at
questions are not tough. ;-)
After you have registered, go to the page to be edited and click on Edit
at the bottom of the page. Make the change, then press Preview at the
bottom of that page. Finally, press Save on the bottom of the Preview
Having you edit the page would be good for a number of reasons, one
being that it gets my name off some of the pages. (My name currently
appears on many pages because of some "cosmetic" (lr maybe better
"infrastructure") changes I made.)
If you want to find out the name of the original author of the page (and
the history of revisions), go to the bottom of the page and click Diffs.
I am taking the liberty of sending this to the user and dev lists to
provide additional insight into how wiki works to other readers on those
Give it a try, if you have any problems let me know.
markus hammer wrote:
> on the page:
> at the paragraph:
> Generating .afm and .u2g Files
> the second line has an error - at least on my red hat system, the output of
> ls *.ttf
> lists the files in tabs. so the script doesnt work. but if you replace
> "ls *.ttf" with "find *.ttf" it works.
> i am not a big shell-scripter either, but this way it should work on more
> different distributions.
> <snip // this works>
> for f in `find *.ttf`; do /usr/share/AbiSuite/bin/ttftool -f $f -u `echo $f |
> sed 's/ttf$/u2g/;'` -a `echo $f | sed 's/ttf$/afm/;'`;done
> my first official bug fix for a GPL project ;) i hope its usefull.
> with best regards
> markus hammer
> deliver user-centric action-items !
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