For all FontLab users out there who hate building numbered lists for FontLab encoding files, especially as glyph complements are getting bigger and bigger.
We have just updated a tool that helps to manipulate text lists of glyph names. With it you can renumber a sequence of glyphs using a new text file of glyph names or an existing FL encoding file.
The tool will pick out the first word of each line in the text file and re-apply the encoding sequence starting with the number you give. You can leave empty blocks or incorporate dummy sequences using the codes shown.
Never use it on a FontLab encoding file in the Encodings folder, always use a duplicate.
It's not much but it helps us, so we are sharing it.
All comments and suggestions are welcome at email@example.com but please remember you use the software at your own risk.