|Do not sent the output to the printer, put it in the file instead. If the - character is specified, send the postscript data to the standard output.|
|If specified read the document from a file. Read stdin otherwise.|
|specifies the encoding of the input text. All encodings that are available for uniconv can be used. If not specified encoding is set to utf-8.|
|Send the postscript output to printer through the lpr -P Printer command.|
option makes this program print a graphical representation of
line breaking characters.
option turns on uniscribe emulation. For some
scripts emulation is turned on by default.
option turns off uniscribe emulation. For some scripts emulation
is turned off by default.
option makes this program do a simplistic line breaking on
option sets the embedding of the document to Left.
option sets the embedding of the document to Right.
Selects landscape printing. The default is portrait.
Sets paper size. The default is A4. The following
media values are accepted:
A3, A4, A5, B4, B5, Executive, Folio, Ledger, Legal, Letter, Quarto, Statement, Tabloid |
|sets the size of the font for the text body in points.|
|sets the size of the font for the header in points. If zero size is specified, no header is printed.|
specifies the font to be used for printing.
truetype-font is the full pathname of the font, like /somepath/myfonts/cyberbit.ttf or just the name of the file cyberbit.ttf. The fonts are searched using yudit.fontpath property in ~/.yudit/yudit.properties or /usr/local/share/yudit/config/yudit.properties. directory where the font files are kept. By default /usr/local/share/yudit/fonts and ~/.yudit/fonts are searched. This option can be specified multiple times, to create a virtual font.
~/.yudit/yudit.properties or /usr/local/share/yudit/config/yudit.properties can have yudit.fontpath and yudit.datapath properties. The former is where the font files, the latter is where the map files are kept. By default /usr/local/share/yudit/fonts is searched.
This program was written by email@example.com (Gaspar Sinai), using the code of ttf2pfa program that was written by Adrew Weeks. Last Updated Tokyo, 2 November, 2001.
|LINUX COMMANDS||UNIPRINT (1)||Nov 25 1997|