[Cjk] Re: HLaTeX fonts
Danai SAE-HAN (=?iso-2022-jp?B?GyRCNFpDI0JRGyhC?=)
danai.sae-han at skynet.be
Mon May 29 12:44:42 CEST 2006
From: Werner LEMBERG <wl at gnu.org>
Date: Mon, 29 May 2006 08:23:49 +0200 (CEST)
> > The Jamo fonts only have fonts like "jmj" and "wjmj", no "ujmj".
> > Would the "real namestem" be "jmj" or "ujmj"?
> Which font package are you talking about? uhc-myoungjo.tar.gz doesn't
> contain them, as far as I can see.
No, it is part of uhc-jamo-1.0.tar.gz
I am trying to get all the HLaTeX fonts working. Have the scripts
only been tested with Myoungjo? I can positively confirm that
Myoungjo, Gothic and Gungseo work like a charm with CJKutf8, at least
in the eyes of a non-Korean. ;D
> > cat wgt$$i.vf | sed 's/umj04/ugt04/g' > gothic/wgt$$i.vf;
> Hmm, if this works, fine. A safer method would be to call vftovp,
> then applying the sed script, finally converting it back to VF.
IC. I didn't know you could do that.
ugt04.tfm and ugtb04.tfm also mention Umj04 and Umjb04 respectively.
Do I need to change these values to Ugt04 and Ugtb04 resp. as well? I
don't notice any problems in the DVI, PS or PDF files though.
Sorry for bombarding you with even more questions.
The smaller fonts, like bom, dinaru, graphics e.a., show problems when
sfd2uni.pl is run: either it expects [Bom ]wbm04.tfm (only wbm4.vf
exists) or it expects [Graphics] wgr10.tfm (which doesn't exist
either). Does the script expect a leading zero in the fontnames?
I see that a larger fonts like Myoungjo has umj04.tfm, wmj04.tfm as
well as wmj4.tfm.
Shinmun, Taza, Vada and Yetgul don't have EUC-KR encoded .afm or .pfb
fonts that begin with a "w". Do I need to run uni2sfd.pl instead?
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