ooo - international support for PostScript
ooo --application=application [-aAcChHtTE] [--procset=procset] [-p procset] [--encoding=encoding] [-e encoding] [--replace=Old=New] [-r Old=New] [--recode-standard-fonts] [file ...]
OOO stands for Object Oriented Ogonkify. ooo is a drop-in replacement of Juliusz Chroboczek's ogonkify script (version 0.7.1). It contains a few bugfixes and makes the program more structured and easy to extend keeping the original concept and functionality.
This man page describes the differences between ooo and ogonkify
Generally speaking, ooo accepts the same options as ogonkify but with some minor syntax changes.
--application replaces old -N, -M, -mp, -SO, -AX, -F options.
Netscape's so called isolatin1encoding vector swaps the glyps minus and hyphen. This makes output of the ogonkify 0.7.1 a bit ugly. ooo corrects this problem.
XFig 3.2 is supported well.
ooo replaces the ogonkify script only but you need the original font files and other scripts of Ogonkify package.
Download the latest version of Ogonkify from
http://www.pps.jussieu.fr/~jch/software/ogonkify/ and follow the installation
instructions. Then copy ooo script into /usr/local/bin (or where the
ogonkify script was installed), then customize
$LIBDIR variables as well as the path to your PERL binary in the
very first line.
ooo script is written by Gábor Kiss <email@example.com>. It is entirely based on Julius Chroboczek's work.
This code may be distributed under the terms of the GNU Public License, either version 2 of the license, or (at your option) any later version.