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Re: fontinst 1.8
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- Subject: Re: fontinst 1.8
- From: Ulrik Vieth <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 29 Jun 1998 10:58:13 +0200
- In-reply-to: <199806262023.WAA28061@wanadoo.fr> (message from Michel Bovani onFri, 26 Jun 98 22:25:24 +0200)
> Yesterday, i have downloaded fontinst 1.8
> (Thierry Bouche give me URL).
> I find two or three little things (but it works well anyway :-)
> 1 - file fontinst.sty as distributed is empty (must be generated or
> use ofintinst.sty)
Obviously a mistake. In one version, I had a Unix symbolic link
pointing from fontinst.sty to ofontinst.sty. Since this is not
portable to other platforms, I'll try to avoid this next time.
> 2 - in the heading of T1j.etx
> % T1i.etx -- install a T1-encoded roman font with oldstyle digits
I must have copied the file header and forgot to change it.
> 3 - in fontinst.tex (p.22 on output)
> This reads the metrics of a font which is about to be transformed from
> an external file. Both |\fromafm| and |\frompl| write out an \mtx
> file corresponding to the \afm or \pl file. In addition, |\formafm|
> also writes out a raw \pl file, cotaining just the glyph metrics
It's impossible to spell-check .dtx files with all the embedded code.
I suppose there will be more mistakes like these somewhere else, just
waiting to be found by careful proof-readers like you.