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Russian encodings and TeX fontname scheme

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Date: Wed, 17 Jun 1998 09:25:52 +0800 (HKT)
From: "Anatoliy A. Malyarenko" <cemal@ust.hk>
Reply-To: CyrTeX-T2@vvv.vsu.ru
To: Vladimir Volovich <vvv@vvv.vsu.ru>
Cc: CyrTeX-T2@vvv.vsu.ru
Subject: Re: Russian hyphenation

Dear friends!

I have a plan to use fontinst package by Alan Jeffrey to install some
cyrillic Postscript fonts. There exist two important questions.

1. Existing TeX encodings have correspondence in fontname scheme by Karl
Berry. For example, original TeX encoding is 7t, T1 encoding is 8t and so
on. Did you discussed a question, what would be the names for T2A, T2B,
T2C and X2 encodings?