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% Copyright (C) 1991, 1995, 1996, 2002 Aladdin Enterprises. All rights reser ved.

% % This software is provided AS-IS with no warranty, either express or % implied. % % This software is distributed under license and may not be copied, % modified or distributed except as expressly authorized under the terms % of the license contained in the file LICENSE in this distribution. % % For more information about licensing, please refer to % http://www.ghostscript.com/licensing/. For information on % commercial licensing, go to http://www.artifex.com/licensing/ or % contact Artifex Software, Inc., 101 Lucas Valley Road #110, % San Rafael, CA 94903, U.S.A., +1(415)492-9861. % % % % % % $Id$ wrfont.ps Write out a Type 1 font in readable, reloadable form. Note that this does NOT work on protected fonts, such as Adobe fonts (unless you have loaded unprot.ps first, in which case you may be violating the Adobe license).

% ****** NOTE: This file must be kept consistent with gs_pfile.ps. /wrfont_dict 100 dict def wrfont_dict begin % ------ Options ------ % % Define whether to use eexec encryption for the font. % eexec encryption is only useful for compatibility with Adobe Type Manager % and other programs; it only slows Ghostscript down. /eexec_encrypt false def % Define whether to write out the CharStrings in binary or in hex. % Binary takes less space on the file, but isn't guaranteed portable. /binary_CharStrings false def % Define whether to use binary token encodings when possible. % Binary tokens are smaller and load faster, but are a Level 2 feature. /binary_tokens false def % Define whether to encrypt the CharStrings on the file. (CharStrings % are always encrypted in memory.) Unencrypted CharStrings load about % 20% slower, but make the files compress much better for transport. /encrypt_CharStrings true def % Define whether the font must provide standard PostScript language % equivalents for any facilities it uses that are provided in Ghostscript % but are not part of the standard PostScript language. /standard_only true def % % % % Define the value of lenIV to use in writing out the font. use_lenIV = 0 produces the smallest output, but this may not be compatible with old Adobe interpreters. use_lenIV = -1 means use the value of lenIV from the font. /use_lenIV -1 def

% Define whether to produce the smallest possible output, relying

% as much as possible on Ghostscript-specific support code. % Taking full advantage of this requires the following settings: % binary_CharStrings = true, binary_tokens = true, standard_only = false. /smallest_output false def % Define whether to write out all currently known Encodings by name, % or only StandardEncoding and ISOLatin1Encoding. /name_all_Encodings false def % ---------------- Runtime support ---------------- % /.packedfilefilter where { pop } { (gs_pfile.ps) runlibfile } ifelse % ------ Output utilities ------ % % By convention, the output file is named psfile. % Define some utilities for writing the output file. /wtstring 2000 string def /wb {psfile exch write} bind def /wnb {/wb load repeat} bind def /w1 {psfile exch write} bind def /ws {psfile exch writestring} bind def /wl {ws (\n) ws} bind def /wt {wtstring cvs ws ( ) ws} bind def /wd % Write a dictionary. { dup length wo {dict dup begin} wol { we } forall {end} wol } bind def /wld % Write a large dictionary more efficiently. % Ignore the readonly attributes. { dup length wo {dict dup begin} wol 0 exch { exch wo wo () wl 1 add dup 200 eq { wo ({def} repeat) wl 0 } if } forall dup 0 ne { wo ({def} repeat) wl } { pop } ifelse (end) ws } bind def /we % Write a dictionary entry. { exch wo wo /def cvx wo (\n) ws } bind def /wcs % Write a CharString (or Subrs entry) { dup type /stringtype eq { 4330 exch changelenIV 0 ge { % Add some leading garbage bytes. wtstring changelenIV 2 index length getinterval .type1decrypt exch pop wtstring exch 0 exch length changelenIV add getinterval } { % Drop some leading garbage bytes.

wtstring .type1decrypt exch pop changelenIV neg 1 index length 1 index sub getinterval } ifelse binary_tokens encrypt_CharStrings and { % Suppress recognizing the readonly status of the string. 4330 exch dup .type1encrypt exch pop wo } { encrypt_CharStrings { 4330 exch dup .type1encrypt exch pop } if smallest_output { wo } { readonly dup length wo binary_tokens not { ( ) ws } if readproc ws wx } ifelse } ifelse } { wo } ifelse } bind def % PostScript procedure

% Construct the inversion of the system name table. (\210\001) token pop exch pop 1 eq { % i.e., do we have binary tokens? /snit 256 dict def 0 1 255 { (\221 ) dup 1 3 index put { token } stopped { pop pop } { % Stack: char () token true pop exch pop exch snit 3 1 roll put } ifelse } for } { /snit 1 dict def } ifelse % Write an object, using binary tokens if requested and possible. /woa % write in ascii { psfile exch write==only } bind def % Lookup table for ASCII output. /intbytes % int nbytes -> byte* { { dup 255 and exch -8 bitshift } repeat pop } bind def /wotta 10 dict dup begin { /booleantype /integertype } { { ( ) ws woa } def } forall % Iterate over arrays so we can print operators. /arraytype { dup xcheck {(}) ({)} {(]) ([)} ifelse ws exch dup wol exch ws wop

} bind def /dicttype { ( ) ws wd } def /nametype { dup xcheck { ( ) ws } if woa } bind def % Map back operators to their names, % so we can write procedures. /nulltype { pop ( null) ws } bind def /operatortype { wtstring cvs cvn cvx wo } bind def % Convert reals to integers if possible. /realtype { dup cvi 1 index eq { cvi wo } { ( ) ws woa } ifelse } bind def % == truncates strings longer than 200 characters! /stringtype { (\() ws dup { dup dup 32 lt exch 127 ge or { (\\) ws dup -6 bitshift 48 add w1 dup -3 bitshift 7 and 48 add w1 7 and 48 add } { dup dup -2 and 40 eq exch 92 eq or {(\\) ws} if } ifelse w1 } forall (\)) ws wop } bind def /packedarraytype { ([) ws dup { wo } forall encodingnames 1 index known % This is an encoding, but not one of the standard ones. % Use the built-in encoding only if it is available. { encodingnames exch get wo ({findencoding}stopped{pop) ws (}{counttomark 1 add 1 roll cleartomark}ifelse) } { pop () } ifelse (/packedarray where{pop counttomark packedarray exch pop}{]readonly}ifel se) ws wl } def end def % Lookup table for binary output. /wottb 8 dict dup begin wotta currentdict copy pop /integertype { dup dup 127 le exch -128 ge and { 136 wb 255 and wb } { dup dup 32767 le exch -32768 ge and

{ 134 wb 2 intbytes wb wb } { 132 wb 4 intbytes wb wb wb wb } ifelse } ifelse } bind def /nametype { dup snit exch known { dup xcheck { 146 } { 145 } ifelse wb snit exch get wb } { wotta /nametype get exec } ifelse } bind def /stringtype { dup dup length dup 255 le { 142 2 } { 2 intbytes 143 3 } ifelse wnb ws wop } bind def end def /wop % Write object protection { wcheck not { /readonly cvx wo } if } bind def /wo % Write an object. { dup type binary_tokens { wottb } { wotta } ifelse exch get exec } bind def /wol % Write a list of objects. { { wo } forall } bind def % Write a hex string for Subrs or CharStrings. /wx % string -> { binary_CharStrings { ws } { % Some systems choke on very long lines, so % we break up the hexstring into chunks of 50 characters. { dup length 25 le {exit} if dup 0 25 getinterval psfile exch writehexstring (\n) ws dup length 25 sub 25 exch getinterval } loop psfile exch writehexstring } ifelse } bind def % ------ CharString encryption utilities ------ % /enc_dict 20 dict def 1 dict begin /bind { } def enc_dict begin

% make sure we can print out the procedures

(type1enc.ps) runlibfile enc_dict /.type1decrypt undef end end

% we don't need this

enc_dict { 1 index where { pop pop pop } { def } ifelse } forall

% ------ Other utilities ------ % % Test whether two values are equal (for default dictionary entries). /valueeq % <obj1> <obj2> valueeq <bool> { 2 copy eq { pop pop true } { % Special hack for comparing FontMatrix values dup type /arraytype eq 2 index type /arraytype eq and { dup length 2 index length eq { true 0 1 3 index length 1 sub { % Stack: arr1 arr2 true index 3 index 1 index get 3 index 3 -1 roll get eq not { pop false exit } if } for 3 1 roll pop pop } { pop pop false } ifelse } { pop pop false } ifelse } ifelse } bind def % ------ The main program ------ % % Define the dictionary of keys to skip because they are treated specially. /.fontskipkeys mark /CharStrings dup /Encoding dup /FDepVector dup /FID dup /FontInfo dup /Metrics dup /Metrics2 dup /Private dup .dicttomark def /.minfontskipkeys mark .fontskipkeys { } forall /FontName dup /UniqueID dup .dicttomark def /.privateskipkeys mark /ND dup /NP dup /RD dup /Subrs dup .dicttomark def /.minprivateskipkeys mark .privateskipkeys { } forall /MinFeature dup /Password dup /UniqueID dup .dicttomark def

% % % 4

Define the procedures for the Private dictionary. These must be defined without `bind', for the sake of the DISKFONTS feature. dict begin /-! {string currentfile exch readhexstring pop} def /-| {string currentfile exch readstring pop} def /|- {readonly def} def /| {readonly put} def currentdict end /encrypted_procs exch def 4 dict begin /-! {string currentfile exch readhexstring pop 4330 exch dup .type1encrypt exch pop} def /-| {string currentfile exch readstring pop 4330 exch dup .type1encrypt exch pop} def /|- {readonly def} def /| {readonly put} def currentdict end /unencrypted_procs exch def % Construct an inverse dictionary of encodings. /encodingnames mark StandardEncoding /StandardEncoding ISOLatin1Encoding /ISOLatin1Encoding SymbolEncoding /SymbolEncoding DingbatsEncoding /DingbatsEncoding /resourceforall where { pop (*) { cvn dup findencoding exch } 100 string /Encoding resourceforall } if .dicttomark def % Invert the standard encodings. .knownEncodings length 256 mul dict begin 0 .knownEncodings { { currentdict 1 index known { pop } { 1 index def } ifelse 1 add } forall } forall pop currentdict end /inverseencodings exch def /writefont % <psfile> writefont - (writes the current font) { /psfile exch def /Font currentfont def /FontInfo Font /FontInfo .knownget not { 0 dict } if def /FontType Font /FontType get def /hasPrivate Font /Private known def /Private hasPrivate { Font /Private get } { 0 dict } ifelse def /readproc binary_CharStrings { (-| ) } { (-! ) } ifelse def /privateprocs encrypt_CharStrings binary_tokens not and { encrypted_procs } { unencrypted_procs } ifelse def /addlenIV false def /changelenIV use_lenIV 0 lt { 0 } { use_lenIV Private /lenIV .knownget not { 4 /addlenIV use_lenIV 4 ne def } if sub } ifelse def /minimize smallest_output

FontType 1 eq and Font /UniqueID known and def (%!FontType) ws FontType wtstring cvs ws (-1.0: ) ws currentfont /FontName get wt FontInfo /version .knownget not { (001.001) } if wl FontInfo /CreationDate .knownget { (%%Creation Date: ) ws wl } if FontInfo /VMusage .knownget { (%%VMusage: ) ws dup wt wtstring cvs wl } if (systemdict begin) wl % If we're going to use eexec, create the filters now. /realpsfile psfile def eexec_encrypt { /eexecfilter psfile binary_CharStrings not { pop /bxstring 35 string def { pop dup length 0 ne { realpsfile exch writehexstring realpsfile (\n) writestring } { pop } ifelse bxstring } /NullEncode filter dup /hexfilter exch def } if 55665 /eexecEncode filter def } if % Turn on binary tokens if relevant. binary_tokens { (currentobjectformat 1 setobjectformat) wl } if % If the file has a UniqueID, write out a check against loading it twice. minimize { Font /FontName get wo Font /UniqueID get wo Private length addlenIV { 1 add } if wo Font length 1 add wo % +1 for FontFile ( .checkexistingfont) wl } { Font /UniqueID known { ({} FontDirectory) ws Font /FontName get dup wo ( known) wl ( {) ws wo ( findfont dup /UniqueID known) wl ( { dup /UniqueID get) ws Font /UniqueID get wo ( eq exch /FontType get 1 eq and }) wl ( { pop false } ifelse) wl ( { pop save /restore load } if) wl ( } if) wl } if } ifelse % If we are writing unencrypted CharStrings for a standard environment, % write out the encryption procedures. privateprocs unencrypted_procs eq standard_only and { (systemdict /.type1encrypt known) wl ( { save /restore load } { { } } ifelse) wl (userdict begin) wl enc_dict { we } forall (end exec) wl

} if % Write out the creation of the font dictionary and FontInfo. minimize not { Font length 1 add wo {dict begin} wol % +1 for FontFile } if (/FontInfo ) ws FontInfo wd {readonly def} wol % Write out the other fixed entries in the font dictionary. Font begin Font { minimize { .minfontskipkeys 2 index known { pop pop } { //.compactfontdefault 2 index .knownget { 1 index valueeq { pop pop } { we } ifelse } { we } ifelse } ifelse } { .fontskipkeys 2 index known { pop pop } { we } ifelse } ifelse } forall /Encoding encodingnames Encoding known name_all_Encodings Encoding StandardEncoding eq or Encoding ISOLatin1Encoding eq or and { encodingnames Encoding get cvx } { Encoding } ifelse dup /StandardEncoding cvx eq minimize and { pop pop } { we } ifelse % Write the FDepVector, if any. Font /FDepVector .knownget { {/FDepVector [} wol { /FontName get wo {findfont} wol () wl } forall {] readonly def} wol } if % Write out the Metrics, if any. Font /Metrics .knownget { (/Metrics ) ws wld {readonly def} wol } if Font /Metrics2 .knownget { (/Metrics2 ) ws wld {readonly def} wol } if % Start the eexec-encrypted section, if applicable.

eexec_encrypt { {currentdict currentfile eexec} wol () wl /psfile eexecfilter store (\000\000\000\000) ws {begin} wol } if % Create and initialize the Private dictionary, if any. hasPrivate { Private minimize { begin {Private dup begin} } { dup length privateprocs length add dict copy begin privateprocs { readonly def } forall /Private wo currentdict length 1 add wo {dict dup begin} } ifelse wol () wl currentdict { 1 index minimize { .minprivateskipkeys } { .privateskipkeys } ifelse exch known { pop pop } { 1 index /lenIV eq use_lenIV 0 ge and { pop use_lenIV } if we } ifelse } forall addlenIV { /lenIV use_lenIV we } if } if % Write the Subrs entries, if any. currentdict /Subrs known { (/Subrs[) wl Subrs { dup null ne { wcs minimize not { () wl } if } { pop /null cvx wo } ifelse } forall {] dup {readonly pop} forall readonly def} wol () wl } if % Wrap up the Private dictionary. hasPrivate { end % Private minimize { {end readonly pop} } % Private { {end readonly def} } % Private in font ifelse wol } if % Write the CharStrings entries. % Detect identical (eq) entries, which bdftops produces. currentdict /CharStrings known { /CharStrings wo CharStrings length wo minimize

{ encrypt_CharStrings not wo ( .readCharStrings) wl CharStrings length dict CharStrings { exch inverseencodings 1 index .knownget not { dup } if wo % Stack: vdict value key 3 copy pop .knownget { wo pop pop } { 3 copy put pop wcs } ifelse } forall } { {dict dup Private begin begin} wol () wl CharStrings length dict CharStrings { 2 index 1 index known { exch wo 1 index exch get wo {load def} wol () wl } { 2 index 1 index 3 index put exch wo wcs ( |-) wl } ifelse } forall {end end} wol } ifelse pop { readonly def } % CharStrings in font wol } if % Terminate the output. end % Font eexec_encrypt { {end mark currentfile closefile} wol () wl eexecfilter dup flushfile closefile % psfile is eexecfilter binary_CharStrings not { hexfilter dup flushfile closefile } if /psfile realpsfile store 8 { (0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000) wl } repeat {cleartomark} wol } if { FontName currentdict end definefont pop } wol Font /UniqueID known { /exec cvx wo } if binary_tokens { /setobjectformat cvx wo } if ( end) wl % systemdict } bind def % ------ Other utilities ------ % % Prune garbage characters and OtherSubrs out of the current font, % if the relevant dictionaries are writable. /prunefont { currentfont /CharStrings get wcheck { currentfont /CharStrings get dup [ exch { pop dup (S????00?) .stringmatch not { pop } if } forall

] { 2 copy undef pop } forall pop } if } bind def end % wrfont_dict

/writefont { wrfont_dict begin writefont end } def