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create a PK file for a font (Autofont version)
autofont-mktexpk [options] <font>
autofont-mktexpk generates a PK file at a given resolution for a given font. The Autofont version is designed for PostScript Type 1 fonts, and runs ps2pk or gsftopk to generate PK bitmaps. It searches your dvips(1) configuration files, the same way that dvips does, searching for a line in some psfonts.map file that matches the provided font name. It parses that line, then runs ps2pk(1) and/or gsftopk(1) to create the requested PK file.
autofont-mktexpk takes the same arguments as mktexpk(1), and like that program, it is designed to be called automatically by xdvi(1) and related programs. To facilitate this, you should probably install a symbolic link in your path so that ‘mktexpk’ actually runs autofont-mktexpk. Leave the original mktexpk later in your path; autofont-mktexpk will run it for Metafonts and other fonts it cannot process itself.
autofont-mktexpk depends on PostScript PSres.upr files generated by autofont-mkpsres(1) or makepsres(1).
autofont-mktexpk uses environment variables to locate resources and to determine where to place its generated output. In particular:
Report bugs and send patches and enhancement requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.
mktexpk(1), xdvi(1), ps2pk(1), gsftopk(1), autofont-mkpsres(1), autofont-mktextfm(1)
Eddie Kohler, email@example.com
See <http://www.lcdf.org/type/> for updates.
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