[Cjk] Re: HLaTeX fonts
Danai SAE-HAN (=?iso-2022-jp?B?GyRCNFpDI0JRGyhC?=)
danai.sae-han at skynet.be
Tue Aug 29 14:39:19 CEST 2006
From: Werner LEMBERG <wl at gnu.org>
> > # -*- makefile -*-
> > # Version 0.90
> > # Script to build Unicode fonts from HLaTeX, compatible with CJK.
> > [...]
> > # - UKS-HLaTeX-Hangul_Hanja.sfd (use UKS-HLaTeX.sfd and remove some blocks)
> > # - UKS-HLaTeX-Hangul.sfd (idem)
> > # - UKS-HLaTeX-Hangul_Symbol.sfd (idem)
> Isn't it possible to write small scripts (probably already embedded
> into the Makefile) which generate those files from UKS-HLaTeX.sfd?
> It's probably not worth the work but...
I thought of this as well, but don't really know how I should
proceed. Should I use sed inside some kind of loop like until to
remove the specific blocks? Or perhaps I just use "cat << blabla" and
redirect the output to a file. Or I just use sed with line numbers
(which is probably the easiest)?
> Note that I still haven't found the time to test whether I have the
> same problems as you.
Ah, no problem. ATM there is still the emacs-mule encoding if people
really want to mix all the different CJK scripts.
And it's not that the Makefile doesn't produce working fonts: I get
nice output. But I was just wondering about the warnings and the fact
that hlatex2agl.pl doesn't process some files.
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