lumper adds to the file font1.dfont all the mac font
resources (sfnt, FOND, NFNT) found in the subsequent files. If
there are any resource id conflicts it will generate a new resource id
(and fix up any references to that id in the FOND resources).
The first file should be a mac .dfont file, subsequent files may be
macbinary files (.bin), binhex files (.hqx), bare Macintosh resource
forks, or data fork resource files (.dfont, as used by MacOS X).
The mac FOND resource is somewhat limited in the styles permitted in
a mac font family. Now-a-days a mac font family seems to come in a sin-
gle file with those fonts that fit into a traditional mac family in one
FOND and several other FONDs to accomidate the other styles. Thus if
you have the styles:
Regular, Bold, Italic, BoldItalic, Condensed, Oblique, Light, LightItalic
for a font "Foo", you might find a file called Foo.dfont containing the