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PXch­fon Pack­age

LaTeX: Ja­panese font setup for pLaTeX and upLaTeX

This pack­age en­ables users to de­clare in their doc­u­ment which phys­i­cal fonts should be used for the stan­dard Ja­panese (log­i­cal) fonts of pLaTeX and upLaTeX. Font setup is re­al­ized by chang­ing the font map­ping of dvipdfmx, and thus users can use any (monospaced) phys­i­cal fonts they like, once they prop­erly in­stall this pack­age, with­out cre­at­ing helper files for each new fonts. This pack­age also sup­ports setup for the fonts used in the japanese-otf pack­age.

SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

  • TeX for­mat: pLaTeX / upLaTeX.
    • DVIware: dvipdfmx.
    • Pr­ereq­ui­site pack­ages: at­begshi.

INSTALLATION

Move the files as fol­lows (in a sys­tem com­pli­ant to TDS 1.1):

  • *.sty → $TEXMF/tex/pla­tex/px­ch­fon/
    • *.tfm → $TEXMF/fonts/tfm/pub­lic/px­ch­fon/
    • *.vf → $TEXMF/fonts/vf/pub­lic/px­ch­fon/
    • pxcjk0.sfd → $TEXMF/fonts/sfd/px­ch­fon/
    • *.def → $TEXMF/tex/pla­tex/px­ch­fon/

And re­hash your TEXMF trees if nec­es­sary.

LICENSE

This pack­age is dis­tributed un­der the MIT Li­cense.

Re­vi­sion His­tory

  • Ver­sion 0.7h 2015/10/14 - Bug fix.
    • Ver­sion 0.7g 2015/09/30 - Pre­sets hiragino-elcapitan-* and yu-win10.
    • Ver­sion 0.7f 2015/08/04 - \diruni and \textdiruni.
    • Ver­sion 0.7e 2015/05/07 - The map file pre­set fea­ture.
      • \usefontmapfile and \usefontmapline.
    • Ver­sion 0.7d 2013/06/16 - Ex­plicit des­ig­na­tion of non-em­bed­ding.
    • Ver­sion 0.7c 2013/06/16 - Sup­port for Chi­nese and Korean fonts.
    • Ver­sion 0.7b 2013/06/05 - Sup­port for the com­bi­na­tion of upTeX + japanese-otf.
    • Ver­sion 0.7a 2013/05/18 - Bug fix.
    • Ver­sion 0.7 2013/05/08 - (no)directunicode in ver­ti­cal writ­ing.
      • relfont op­tion.
    • Ver­sion 0.6c 2013/04/20 - (no)directunicode op­tion.
    • Ver­sion 0.6b 2013/04/20 - (no)oneweight op­tion.
      • Sup­port for prefer2004jis in us­ing some non-CID fonts.
        • Pack­age level com­mands \JaFontReplacementFor, \JaFontReplacementHook and \JaFontUserDefinedMap.
    • Ver­sion 0.6a 2013/04/07 - Com­plete re­vi­sion of the pre­set set­tings.
      • Sup­port for jis2004 ver­sion of the japanese-otf font set.
        • Sup­port for ex­tra-bold weight in the japanese-otf font set.
    • Ver­sion 0.6 2013/03/17 - prefer2004jis work­ing on pTeX.
    • Ver­sion 0.5 2010/05/12
    • Ver­sion 0.4a 2010/04/12
    • Ver­sion 0.4 2009/12/20
    • Ver­sion 0.3a 2009/11/23
    • Ver­sion 0.3 2009/07/13
    • Ver­sion 0.2a 2009/05/31
    • Ver­sion 0.2 2009/03/29

Takayuki YATO (aka. "ZR") http://zrbab­bler.sp.land.to/

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px­ch­fon – Ja­panese font setup for pLaTeX and upLaTeX

This pack­age en­ables users to de­clare in their doc­u­ment which phys­i­cal fonts should be used for the stan­dard Ja­panese (log­i­cal) fonts of pLaTeX and upLaTeX. Font setup is re­al­ized by chang­ing the font map­ping of dvipdfmx, and thus users can use any (monospaced) phys­i­cal fonts they like, once they prop­erly in­stall this pack­age, with­out cre­at­ing helper files for each new font.

This pack­age also sup­ports setup for the fonts used in the japanese-otf pack­age.

Pack­agepx­ch­fon
Ver­sion0.7h 2015-10-14
Li­censeFree li­cense not oth­er­wise listed, or more than one free li­cense ap­plies
Copy­right2015 Takayuki YATO
Main­tainerTakayuki Yato
Con­tained inTeX Live as px­ch­fon
Topics sup­port for type­set­ting Ja­panese
met­rics, macro in­can­ta­tions and other font sup­port
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