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CTAN Update: pxchfon

Date: May 20, 2019 5:36:44 PM CEST
Takayuki Yato submitted an update to the pxchfon package. Version: 1.5 2019-05-15 License: mit Summary description: Japanese font setup for pLaTeX and upLaTeX Announcement text:
- The TFM/VF for alphabetic fonts are refined; now T1 and TS1 encodings (besides OT1) are supported. - The 'unicode*' option, which is a tentative setting especially prepared for TL2017's dvipdfmx, is now deprecated. Users are encouraged to use instead 'unicode' with newer dvipdfmx. - The following presets are deprecated for the same reason. - sourcehan+, sourcehan-otc+, noto+, noto-otc+ (use the non-'+' variants instead) - yu-win10+ (use 'yu-win10' together with 'unicode')
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/pxchfon The package’s files themselves can be inspected at http://mirror.ctan.org/language/japanese/pxchfon/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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pxchfon – Japanese font setup for p and up

This package enables users to declare in their document which physical fonts should be used for the standard Japanese (logical) fonts of p and up. 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.

System requirements:

Packagepxchfon
Version1.6 2019-10-07
Copyright2017–2019 Takayuki YATO
MaintainerTakayuki Yato

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