cedilla - a best-effort text printer
cedilla [-fs fontset] [-p papersize] [-s size] [-bs baselineskip] [-w] [-h header] [-hb header-baseline] [-f footer] [-fb footer-baseline] infile [outfile]
Cedilla is a text printer that uses Unicode internally and will make heroic efforts to find or design suitable glyphs for exotic or rare characters.
|Use the list of fonts specified by fontset. The set of available fontsets is listed in the file /etc/cedilla-config.lisp.|
|Use the paper size specified by papersize (default A4). The set of available paper sizes is listed in the file /etc/cedilla-config.lisp.|
|-s size||Set the font size to size points (default 11).|
|Separate lines by baselineskip (by default, equal to size).|
|-w||Enable line wrapping.|
|-h header||Set the header format to header. See HEADER AND FOOTER FORMATS below.|
|Set the header’s baseline to be at a distance of header-baseline (default 1cm) of the top of the page. The argument must be a number in points.|
|-f footer||Set the footer format to header. See HEADER AND FOOTER FORMATS below.|
|Set the footer’s baseline to be at a distance of header-baseline of the top of the page.|
|-v||Be verbose about unprintable characters.|
|-l||List all glyphs known to Cedilla in the current fontset.|
|-V||Display the version of Cedilla and exit.|
|-?||Print a short help message and exit.|
|the system-wide configuration file for Cedilla.|
HEADER AND FOOTER FORMAT
The format passed to the -h and -f options is of the form
|where left, center and right are strings that may contain any of the following sequences:|
|%% typeset a percent sign
%, typeset a comma
%p typeset the page number as an Arabic number
%P typeset the page number in words
%r typeset the page number as a small Roman number
%R typeset the page number as a Roman number
By design, Cedilla only accepts input data in UTF-8. You are expected to use an external converter such as iconv(1) or luit(1) in order to print text encoded in a legacy encoding.
Cedilla is unable to print data that comes from a pipe; this is unavoidable, as Cedilla makes two passes over its input file.
Cedilla was written by Juliusz Chroboczek <jch>.