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Re: Russian encodings and TeX fontname scheme
- To: CyrTeX-T2@vvv.vsu.ru, email@example.com
- Subject: Re: Russian encodings and TeX fontname scheme
- From: Vladimir Volovich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: 18 Jun 1998 18:22:20 +0400
- In-Reply-To: "K. Berry"'s message of "Thu, 18 Jun 1998 08:48:31 -0400 (EDT)"
- References: <199806181248.IAA19435@hub.cs.umb.edu>
"KB" == K Berry writes:
>> Next, we should register all four encodings: T2A, T2B, T2C
>> and X2. What do you think are the best names for them in the
>> fontname scheme? Maybe 6t, 6u, 6v, 6x respectively?
KB> Sure, but why not 6a, 6t, 6c, 6x? (Unfortunately 6b was already
KB> Whatever you prefer ...
6a -- T2A
6t -- T2B
6c -- T2C
6x -- X2
? I think that it is Ok. But the most widely used T2* encoding will
probably be T2A. And the `6t' is assigned to T2B. However, IMHO it
does not matter.
Best regards, -- Vladimir.