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- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: fontinst-1.8
- From: Sebastian Rahtz <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 1 Jul 1998 12:45:52 +0100
- In-Reply-To: <199807011138.NAA08414@attila.uni-duesseldorf.de>
- References: <1849-Wed01Jul1998105300firstname.lastname@example.org> <199807011138.NAA08414@attila.uni-duesseldorf.de>
Ulrik Vieth writes:
> run-time tree for what? something like a tex-live setup?
> > ./texmf/tex/fontinst
> fontinst as a format? possibly OK
well, its either that or generic. seems more accurate as a format
> I'm not so happy about the tex/fontinst/tex part, I think that
> tex/fontinst/base would make more sense, i.e. something like:
> > ./texmf/tex/fontinst/eurofont
> > ./texmf/tex/fontinst/mathptm
> > ./texmf/tex/fontinst/mathptmx
> Not sure if the examples directories belong into a run-time tree.
> They are just meant as a very specific application rather than
> a general package, so I'd prefer to run fontinst directly from
> these directories rather than keeping them in the installed tree,
> where they might be picked up by other fontinst applications.
> > ./texmf/tex/fontinst/eurofont/eurofont.map
> better put this elsewhere:
> > ./texmf/tex/fontinst/eurofont/eurofont.tex
> Hmm, a fontinst driver files in a run-time tree? not sure?
> you wanted to take out the *.sty files, didn't you?
> You could take out the contrib/rowland path and put these file
> directly into texmf/doc/fontinst.
on CTAN as well?
> Again texmf/doc/fontinst might enough, or else you could use
> texmf/doc/fontinst/etx as a more meaningful name.