# Directory `fonts/cm/sauter/holin`

README

31/01/1999 For the sake of consistency, I have changed the powers of 1.2 to rounded sizes (as happens elsewhere): 10.954451 into 10.95, 20.736 into 20.74, 24.8832 into 24.88 and 29.8685984 (which should have been 29.85984) into 29.86. The files in ready-mf files now have Unix endings. Jeroen Nijhof J.H.B.Nijhof@aston.ac.uk %%%%%%%%%%% le 15/06/1997 I have provided here parameter files for the WN (LH) fonts, as used by the babel package for russian (with, hopefully, the right encoding). As usual, the copyright remains with the original authors. For convenience's sake, I have also included ready-MF files for WN, AMS, BBM and RSFS fonts. These have been created with MacOS line endings. You can also generate them by running TeX on the files "wnstdedt.tex", "amsstdedt.tex", "bbmstdedt.tex" and "rsfsstdedt.tex", respectively. These have been created with *nix line endings. If, on the other hand, you are a Winthell victim... %%%%%%%%% Original README le 20/11/1995 The files provided here are parameter files used to produce versions of the Ralph Smith's Formal Script Symbols, Gilles Robert's Blackboard fonts and of the AMS' mathematical symbols (not extra cm, already sauterised, nor euler, nor cyrilic), at any (reasonable) size. They are designed to be used within the Sauter distribution, and those files that you are interested in should be placed in the "addons" folder of the sauter distribution. You will also need some files from the rsfs (for Ralph Smith's), bbm (for Gilles Robert's) and AMS distributions. Beware that some file names do not fit into a 8.3 scheme (sorry, but I felt compatibility with the font designers' wishes were more important). Do note that the copyrights for these fonts rest entirely with their authors', not me. When I find the time, I will write a short LaTeX2e package to use the various sauterised math fonts (cmex, St Mary Road, Wasy2, bbm, rsfs, msam, msbm) at the exact, rather than scaled, sizes. Please send any bugs, problems, and proposals to me. Hubert Holin holin@mathp7.jussieu.fr