adobecaslon =========== This package provides support files for the Adobe Caslon font family in pdfLaTeX. (The LuaTeX and XeTeX engines support system fonts directly, but there are still good reasons to use pdfTeX.) Version 2.0: Added support for expert fonts (Reuben Thomas) Version 2.1: Bug fixes, TS1 encoding added for a number of fonts (Reuben Thomas) Installation ------------ See the file adobecaslon.pdf. If you do not have this file, you probably have the development sources, not the distribution. Get the distribution from http://www.ctan.org/pkg/adobecaslon Building from development sources --------------------------------- (This should only be necessary if you are a developer wanting to work on the package.) Before you start, you must have installed the PostScript Type 1 font files (.pfb) in TEXMF/fonts/type1/adobe/adobecaslon You also need the ``make'' utility installed (many systems will have this already). Then, if you have just the base fonts, run: make or, if you have the expert fonts, run: make expert and then, assuming everything went OK, make install to install in TEXMFLOCAL. If you want to install elsewhere, you can specify a different TEXMF; for example, make install TEXMF=`kpsewhich --expand-var='$TEXMFHOME'` to install under TEXMFHOME. Finally, follow the final part of the installation instructions in the ``Installation'' section of adobecaslon.pdf, a copy of which should now be in the current directory.
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adobecaslon – Adobe Caslon font in LaTeX
The package provides support files for the Adobe Caslon font family. The font’s name, in the naming scheme specified in fontname, is pac.
The package does not provide the (commercial) fonts themselves.
|License||BSD Style License|
|Copyright||2012–2016 Boris Veytsman|
|Contained in||MiKTeX as adobecaslon|
metrics, macro incantations and other font support|
support is for a font not available on CTAN