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Re: fontinst

>>  I think the answer is not all: If it is a symbol font which is used as
>>  is, fontinst isn't needed to do the job.  Sebastian's perl scripts in
>>  CTAN:fonts/psfonts/tools/ contain a make-one.pl to handle such cases.

It seems to be easy to integrate the ``identity map'' into fontinst.
Perhaps you should consider this for the next version??

>>  > 2. There seems to be a minor bug. If I do 
>>  >    \input fontinst.sty
>>  >    \transformfont{ptmrrn8r}{\reencodefont{8r}{\xscalefont{750}{\fromafm{ptmr8a}}}}
>>  >    \transformfont{ptmrre8r}{\reencodefont{8r}{\xscalefont{1250}{\fromafm{ptmr8a}}}}

I've done two separate fontinst-files and then merged the *.fd
files by hand. This seems to work.



Werner Struckmann
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