DVItoVF - Convert pages in a DVI file to virtual font characters
dvitovf [-v] [-q] [-b]
[-s scale] in.dvi out.vf
DVItoVF encapsulates each page of a DVI file in a glyph of a virtual
The -s flag can be used to rescale the glyphs; this is especially
useful for pages which exceed 2048pt wide or high, as this is the maximum
dimension representable in a virtual font.
The -b option shrinks the bounding box of each page to the minimum
size which it requires.
To convert a logo created in TeX to a virtual font, the following command
can be used:
dvitovf -b logo.dvi logo.vf logo.tfm
Last modified on 12th February 2004 by firstname.lastname@example.org