Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: convbdf
From: Greg Haerr <greg_at_censoft.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2003 18:38:00 -0600
> Could anyone tell me how to use it?
After opening a DOS window:
C:>convbdf -f foo.bdf
will create foo.fnt from foo.bdf. There's a number of other options,
useful if your bdf file is not ISO8859-1 or has other non-useful glyphs
in it. The -c option will create a C source file, commented that
shows the glyphs in readable form. The -s and -l options are
start and limit character values with which to generate the output
Under Linux, you can use "convbdf -f *.bdf". I didn't add the
extra code to handle auto wildcard expansion on DOS/Windows,
but could if we really need it.
Received on 2003-04-08