Thank you for your answer Daniel though this is not exactly what I was searching for.
I really thought you would have such a list!
But well, the glyphnames.json file was indeed not too difficult to deal with and I was finally able to extract the data I need without too much work.
So thanks for your suggestion.
For any one interested I attach to this thread the namelist “smufl.nam” as a zip file.
smufl.zip (17.7 KB)
EDIT: The first file I uploaded was working but contained some mistakes, I have now uploaded a corrected version.
Here is an example on how to use this list in order to rename the Bravura glyphs to the canonical glyph names:
- Open bravura in FontForge
- In the Encoding Menu select “Load Namelist”
- Browse to the place where you have saved “smufl.nam” and load it
Now FontForge has internally saved this Namelist and it will be available under the name “smufl” in “Encoding/Rename Glyphs”
each time you open FontForge
- In the Encoding Menu select “Rename Glyphs” and choose “smufl”
FontForge automatically rename all Bravuras glyphs according to the list.
For the sake of completeness I must add that I got rid of the “Alternate Codepoints” listed in the json file.
I did this first because a glyph name must be unique and two glyphs cannot have the same name.
Second I must confess that I do not know what are these alternate codepoints for
An explanation is welcome