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#218 in Text processing
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Find fonts which can show a specified character and preview them in browser.
This is port from my early python script called which_fonts_support, but with some improvements:
- 🛡️ Write in Rust, without unsafe. Safety
- 🚀️ Mmap to load font file. Fast
- 🚀️ Only parse font table we need, not all bytes of font file. Faster
- 🖥 Support preview in terminal and browser. Friendly
Install or Update
cargo install -f fontfor
Or download binary from release page.
$ fontfor א Font(s) support the character "א"(U+05D0, 1488, 0xD7 0x90): Arial with 4 styles Arial Hebrew with 3 styles Arial Hebrew Desk Interface with 3 styles Arial Hebrew Scholar with 3 styles Arial Unicode MS with 1 style Corsiva Hebrew with 2 styles Courier New with 4 styles DejaVu Sans with 8 styles FreeMono with 4 styles FreeSans with 4 styles FreeSerif with 4 styles HanaMinA with 1 style LastResort with 1 style Lucida Grande with 2 styles Microsoft Sans Serif with 1 style New Peninim MT with 4 styles Raanana with 2 styles TW-Kai with 1 style TW-Sung with 1 style Tahoma with 2 styles Times New Roman with 4 styles
Character Input Format
You can use the following formats for the character:
- Unicode scalar value
- Direct input
- Dec format:
- Oct format:
- Binary format:
- Dec format:
- UTF8 bytes:
Show All Font Styles
-v flag to show all font style.
We don't show screenshot picture here because it's a bit long.
-vv to show font file and face index.
Preview in Browser
-p flag to enable browser preview:
Preview in Shell
-t flag to enter tui mode for preview in shell:
And you can change render mode to ASCII(10 Level):
GPLv3 or later.