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Compile and Run Your Mapping
Steps to How to Write a Conversion Mapping for your Legacy Font
What Number is Your Character?
How to Identify Legacy and Other Fonts
How to Setup Your Computer to do a Conversion Mapping
Creating a Chart of Your Legacy Mapping
Create Your Draft TECkit Mapping File
The complete list of routines in How to Write a Conversion Mapping for your Legacy Font is here.
Goals for this step
To learn how to compile and run your TECkit mapping.
This step is part of the procedure How to Write a Conversion Mapping for your Legacy Font.
Compile your TECKit mapping file
With your TECkit .map file open in the TECkit Mapping Editor, clickand . Correct any errors and re-compile until no more errors are displayed.
Compiling a .map file creates a smaller .tec file, which is the program you will use for the actual conversion.
Run your Conversion using DropTEC
The next step is to Test Your Mapping.
2008-02-27 JW: reviewed
2005-10-21 JW: Page created
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