[dev-context] Euro-letter encoding (was: Dense Encoding)
atl at comp.lancs.ac.uk
Mon Aug 22 01:59:30 CEST 2005
Hans Hagen said this at Sun, 21 Aug 2005 18:36:21 +0200:
>so the advised font encodings will be: texnansi, qx, t5, dense
Okay, thinking about it, dense isn't a great name, either. Just about
all the 8-bit encodings are dense--they're just dense with different stuff.
So with that in mind, I present euro-letters:
In the course of things, I found that for whatever reason, the unic-030
(VN) vector was off by two slots. I added [ST]commaaccent to enco-uc
(should be in enco-def, too) and unic-002. The key files, however, are
enco-el.tex and eurolett.enc.
The tester file was brought to life simply by installing:
texfont --ma --in --ve=public --co=lm --so=auto --en=eurolett \
Please run with normal text--anything you can get your hands on. I am
nearly a monoglot, and don't have a lot of stuff lying around that would
actually put this stuff to the test.
Adam T. Lindsay, Computing Dept. atl at comp.lancs.ac.uk
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