[Cjk] CJKvert and horizontal dash transformation?
wl at gnu.org
Fri Jul 13 14:01:59 CEST 2007
> Thank you for the solution, and I volunteer myself for the task.
> For correspondence (questions if I get stuck) should I use this
> thread, private mail, or another list?
Please use this mailing list; it might be instructive for others too.
> c42goth.fdx <- translate to c70goth.fdx
> c42maru.fdx <- translate to c70maru.fdx
> c42min.fdx <- translate to c70min.fdx
> 1. C42 corresponds to JIS X 0208 (levels 1 and 2 kanji), DNP font
> encoding, referred to as "JIS" in TUGBoat article on CJK.
More or less, yes. Normal JIS encoding would be C40; JIS encoding
using DNP font encoding is C42.
> 2. C50 corresponds to JIS X 0212 (level 3 kanji), DNP font encoding,
> referred to as "JIS2" in TUGBoat article on CJK.
Well, it would be C52, however...
> Both the C42 and C50 would have to be translated to C70 right?
only c42*.fdx needs to be translated since the c52*.fdx files don't
contain information on vertical glyph representation forms.
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