[Cjk] Re: [Cjk-commit] cjk ChangeLog,1.157,1.158
Danai SAE-HAN (=?iso-2022-jp?B?GyRCNFpDI0JRGyhC?=)
danai.sae-han at skynet.be
Tue Aug 29 01:31:51 CEST 2006
From: Werner Lemberg <wlemb at genba.ffii.org>
> Update of /var/cvs/cjk
> In directory genba:/tmp/cvs-serv19766
> Modified Files:
> Log Message:
> * texinput/*: Add various replacement files for TeXLive.
I suppose not everyone knows what this stands for, so I'll explain it
briefly to the CJK list. I think someone might find it useful to have
this email in the archive. :)
The official TeXlive distribution only comes with the standard
Korean MyoungJo fonts called "wmj" (with its Unicode equivalent "umj").
The HLaTeX package contains a lot more UHC fonts, as well as bold
versions of most of them (e.g. "wmjb"), but due to CD space, TeXlive
has only the normal weight version of the MyoungJo fonts, not the bold
The font definition files in texlive/ circumvent the absence of the
bold fonts by using \CJKbold aka "poor man's bold". Despite what the
name says, the quality of the output will still be pretty usable.
To sum it all up: if you are using the official TeXlive CD, use the
font definition files in the texlive/ directory to get bold fonts.
If OTOH you really do want all the extra fonts, install the UHC
fonts separately in your $TEXMF tree and disregard the contents of the
 You can get it at http://www.tug.org. The TeXlive packages that
come with your own distribution (for e.g. on Debian) might include
the full UHC fonts, or are packaged under "hlatex-fonts" or
something similar. Read the manuals!
 To get the fonts, go to
(The official homepage of HLaTeX is
http://project.ktug.or.kr/hlatex/ . It is mirrored on CTAN at
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