unigencircles combining.txt nonprinting.hex < unifont.hex > unifont-circles.hex
DESCRIPTIONunigencircles reads a unifont.hex file from STDIN, adds dashed combining circles to the hex strings for code points listed in "combining.txt" but not listed in "nonprinting.hex", and writes the revised set of glyphs in unifont.hex format to STDOUT. The resulting combining character glyphs show the dashed combining circles that appear in The Unicode Standard code charts.
For each code point listed in the "combining.txt" file but not listed in the "nonprinting.hex" file, unigencircles will superimpose a single-width dashed circle in glyphs that are single-width (i.e., their hex glyph strings are 32 characters long) and will superimpose a double-width dashed circle in glyphs that are double-width (i.e., their hex glyph strings are 64 characters long).
- unigencircles combining.txt nonprinting.hex < unifont.hex > unifont-circles.hex
FILES*.hex files for Unifont glyph data
font/ttfsrc/combining.txt for combining code points
font/plane00/nonprinting.hex for non-printing code points
AUTHORunigencircles was written by Paul Hardy.
LICENSEunigencircles is Copyright © 2013 Paul Hardy.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
BUGSNo known real bugs exist, except that this software does not perform extensive error checking on its input files.