glyphhanger - Your web font utility belt

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Your web font utility belt. It shows what unicode-ranges are used on a web site (optionally for a font-family or for each font-family). It can also subset web fonts. It makes julienne fries. Available on npm.

https://github.com/filamentgroup/glyphhanger#readme

Dependencies:

@zachleat/spider-pig : ^1.0.3
chalk : ^2.3.0
characterset : ^1.2.0
connect : ^3.6.6
debug : ^3.1.0
filesize : ^3.5.11
fs-extra : ^5.0.0
glob : ^7.1.2
minimist : ^1.2.0
parse-filepath : ^1.0.2
rsvp : ^4.7.0
serve-static : ^1.13.2
shelljs : ^0.7.8

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