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Direc­tory tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/t2/cyrfinst

This directory contains files which provide support of Cyrillic fonts
and encodings for FONTINST.

Several font encodings (with variants) are supported (all *.etx
files).  Install all *.etx, *.mtx, *.tex files contained in this
directory and subdirectories to your texmf tree. In this package, we
support various glyph naming schemes (not only Adobe one). If you have
Cyrillic fonts which use different glyph names which are not supported
here, please send AFM files or information about glyph naming schemes,
so that those fonts will also be supported for using with
fontinst/cyrfinst.  Please send additional glyph naming schemes used
in various Cyrillic fonts (type1, type3, truetype) to add into this

To use fontinst with Cyrillic, put the following lines in the
beginning of the fontinst job:

\input fontinst.sty
\input fnstcorr
\input cyralias

Then for all non-adobe fonts (with non-standard glyph names, or
speaking more strictly, for all fonts that require non-empty glyph
name prefix shown below) write:


where "prefix1-" is a glyph name prefix defined in cyralias.tex; and
"prefix2" is a font name prefix (it may well be empty; it was only
made for space economy), so that font names are constructed by
concatenation of "prefix2" and "font*". This will generate mtx and pl
files for all specified fonts with T2 glyph names.

Warning: the command \fromafm regenerates mtx file, so do not use this
command for fonts which require non-empty "prefix1-", --- use \frommtx
instead (or ensure to set \charnameprefix accordingly), or \fromany
in recent versions of fontinst.

The idea behind glyph aliasing is that standard T2 cyrillic glyph
names could be used everywhere (cyrillic.mtx, *.etx, your local mtx
files, etc), and one file serves all possible non-standard glyph
names! We also consider this glyph aliasing mechanism as an important
way to correct glyph naming bugs in certain fonts.

Note also, that one should process fontinst cyrillic files with LaTeX
(not Plain TeX).

You can get nicely formatted sources of *.etx and *.mtx files by
processing them with LaTeX. E.g., "latex t2a.etx" will generate
"t2a.dvi" which documents the T2A encoding vector.


Name Notes


Name Size Date Notes
6r.etx 23099 1999-10-28 02:00
README 2239 1999-12-09 01:00
cyril­lic.mtx 16869 2003-09-02 02:00
lcy-hi.etx 7871 1998-10-16 02:00
lcy.etx 17218 1999-09-04 02:00
ot2.etx 17862 2003-09-02 02:00
t2a.etx 29891 1999-10-28 00:00
t2b.etx 29349 1999-10-28 00:00
t2c.etx 29658 1999-12-07 00:00
x2.etx 26511 1999-10-28 00:00
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