TrueType outlines as ASCII text

Grzegorz Rolek's picture

Does anyone know of a way of storing TrueType outlines as human-readable ASCII text that could be easily translated to and from a 'glyf' table bytecode? Similar to how PostScript Type 1 code can be assembled/disassembled with Type 1 Utilities or Adobe's FDK. There's of course TTX or GLIF, but I myself wouldn't count that, as they don’t read nor play well in standard Unix toolchain and versioning systems.

abattis's picture

Yep that was me; but for my purposes UFO and FEA and a libre ufo2off processor is enough, and https://github.com/xen/fontbakery/ is proceeding.

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