What application (possibly command-line oriented) can I use on a macOS Sierra to inspect PostScript fonts (.pfb files) in a similar manner to how Font Book can be used to inspect, say, OpenType fonts (.otf files). I'm interested in such details as the font's family (=typeface) name, and the glyph layout table (i.e. what glyph is associated with every code point (="slot" number)).


FontForge. Can also be installed with Homebrew.

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