fslsfonts contacts the X font server to obtain a list
of the fonts that match the given pattern.
The wildcard character () may be used to match any sequence
of characters (including none), and ``?'' may be used
to match any single character.
If no pattern is given, ``*'' is assumed.
indicates that listings should use a single column. This is the
same as -n 1.
indicates that listings should use multiple columns. This is the
same as -n 0.
indicates that medium, long, and very long listings, respectively,
should be generated for each font.
indicates that long listings should also print the minimum and
maximum bounds of each font.
specifies the number of columns to use in displaying the output.
By default, it will attempt to fit as many columns of font names into the
number of character specified by -wwidth.
specifies the X font server to contact. host specifies the
host machine name where the X font server is running and port
is set to 7000 by default.
indicates that the output should be left unsorted.
specifies the width in characters that should be used in
figuring out how many columns to print. The default is 79.
specifies the font name. The wildcard character () may be used
to match any sequence of characters (including none), and ``?''
to match any single character. If the -fn option is not specified,
``*'' is assumed.
The ``*'' and ``?'' characters must be quoted to prevent them from
being expanded by the shell.
can be specified in place of the -server option to specify the X font
server to contact.
fslsfonts -l can tie up your server for a very long time.
This is limitation of single-threaded non-preemptable servers.