font management simplified (was Re: [OS X TeX] Trump Mediaeval fonts_
chris_ciotti at yahoo.com
Sun Oct 3 03:10:45 CEST 2004
On Oct 1, 2004, at 4:34 AM, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 1 oct. 04, à 04:08, Scott Murman a écrit :
>> i think i would consider switching to xetex if it supported pdf
>> output directly. just too convenient a feature to give up.
> I think it does: by default xetex creates a file in .xdv (extended
> .dvi) format then launches xdv2pdf automatically, to convert it to
> .pdf format, in a way completely transparent to the user. Actually, to
> see the intermediate .xdv file you have to use instead "xetex
Sorry to ask this here but I'm not subscribed to the xetex mailing list
yet (awaiting moderator approval).
What search path is used by xelatex? I put a few .fd and .sty files
together and have them in my localtexmf tree. Is there an equivalent
for xelatex? Thanks.
chris ciotti <chris_ciotti at yahoo.com>
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