So, how do I add more fonts?
RedHat Linux systems, and probably other RPM-based distributions as well, have a
`fontmap' file in /usr/share/fonts which lists a large number fonts. libwmf has a
mechanism for reading files that have this XML format. In fact, libwmf looks for
two such files, a system fontmap and a non-system (or `xtra') fontmap,
but only if asked to!
If you use wmf2x, for example, with the command line option --wmf-sys-fonts then
libwmf will search for fonts in the system fontmap file. Similarly, if you
specify the command line option --wmf-xtra-fonts then libwmf will search for fonts
in the non-system fontmap file. The default locations of these files is specified
at compilation time, but can also be specified at run time through the use of the
command line options --wmf-sys-fontmap=fontmap and
Warning:If you use non-system fonts with wmf2eps, ghostscript (or
whatever postscript interpreter you use) may not be able to find all the fonts;
the problem is even worse if you want other people to be able to view the image,
because only the 13 standard fonts are guaranteed to be supported.