[texhax] ?encoding? suffices in the TeX Live Adobe font TFMs
P.Taylor at Rhul.Ac.Uk
Tue Oct 20 23:44:35 CEST 2009
Many thanks for the information, Reinhard : very helpful.
But one thing confuses me : when you write
> I don't know what you intend, but if you change the font encoding, you
> almost always have to create a new tfm file. At least unless you are
> talking about monospaced fonts.
I thought (but it is a long time since I played with
such things) that all I would need to do was to create
a VP file (virtual property list) specifying one
or more base fonts and the necessary mappings, and
then convert this to a VF. Have I misunderstood
(or mis-remembered) this ?
More information about the texhax