jMetaPost(1) a patched version of MetaPost which supports Japanese

SYNOPSIS

jmpost [OPTION]... [MPNAME[.mp]] [COMMANDS]
jmpost [OPTION]... FIRST-LINE
jmpost [OPTION]... &MEM ARGS

DESCRIPTION

Run jMetaPost on MPNAME, usually creating MPNAME.NNN (and perhaps MPNAME.tfm), where NNN are the character numbers generated. Any remaining COMMANDS are processed as jMetaPost input, after MPNAME is read. If the first line of MPNAME is %&MEM, and MEM is an existing .mem file, use it. Else use `NAME.mem', where NAME is the program invocation name, most commonly `jmpost'.
Alternatively, if the first non-option argument begins with a backslash, interpret all non-option arguments as a line of jMetaPost input.
Alternatively, if the first non-option argument begins with a &, the next word is taken as the MEM to read, overriding all else. Any remaining arguments are processed as above.
If no arguments or options are specified, prompt for input.

-file-line-error-style print file:line:error style messages -ini be inijmpost, for dumping mems; this is implicitly

true if the program name is `inijmpost'

-interaction=STRING set interaction mode (STRING=batchmode/nonstopmode/

scrollmode/errorstopmode)

-jobname=STRING set the job name to STRING -kanji=STRING set Japanese encoding (STRING=euc|jis|sjis) -kpathsea-debug=NUMBER set path searching debugging flags according to

the bits of NUMBER

-mem=MEMNAME use MEMNAME instead of program name or a %& line -output-directory=DIR use DIR as the directory to write files to -progname=STRING set program (and mem) name to STRING -parse-first-line parse of the first line of the input file -recorder enable filename recorder -tex=TEXPROGRAM use TEXPROGRAM for text labels. -translate-file=TCXNAME use the TCX file TCXNAME -T, -troff set the prologues variable, use `makempx -troff' -help display this help and exit -version output version information and exit

REPORTING BUGS

Email bug reports to [email protected]

kpathsea version 3.5.6 Copyright (C) 1997-2004 AT&T Bell Laboratories. Kpathsea is copyright (C) 1999-2004 Free Software Foundation, Inc. There is NO warranty. You may redistribute this software under the terms of the pTeX copyright. For more information about these matters, see the file named COPYING of pTeX.

Note: jMetaPost is built using Web2C, and Web2C is licensed under the GNU General Public Licence. For more information, see the file named COPYING of Web2C.