WIP. For now it's a pretty dumb TTF/OTF/BDF→Plan9Font converter
that runs on Unix-like operating systems. It also requires
executable to be available, sorry... also SDL and SDL_ttf :'(
It took a few hours to implement, as an exercise.
Selling point: "replacement character" is a vectorized PJW by default.
# on Linuks ttfs -s 32 ~/.fonts/Symbola.ttf symbola/symbola.32 # fonts can be combined too ttfs -s 16 unifont.otf unifont_csur.otf unifont_jp.otf unifont_upper.otf unifont/unifont.16 # on Plan 9 mkdir /lib/font/bit/symbola cp /n/mylinuks/pr0n/symbola/* /lib/font/bit/symbola/ font=/lib/font/bit/symbola/symbola.32.font rio