[OS X TeX] Trump Med. & dvips

Ingo Reich ingo.reich at uni-tuebingen.de
Wed Oct 6 12:10:50 CEST 2004

Hi Pete,

Am 06.10.2004 um 11:48 schrieb Peter Dyballa:

> Since you mention Ghostscript you should add to Fontmap.GS entries 
> describing your fonts.
> The file is in the fonts directory of the Ghostscript distribution, 
> i.e. /sw/share/ghostscript/fonts/. This directory too needs copies of 
> the afm and pfb files -- or at least symlinks pointing to them 
> somewhere under /usr/local/teTeX/share/
> Symlinks are created as "ln -s source target". When your pwd (present 
> working directory) is in /sw/share/ghostscript/fonts/ (or wherever 
> your gs fonts are) you simply can type "ln -s source" for every afm 
> and pfb file.

are you sure this is really necessary? I didn't have to do this when I 
installed the lucida fonts or the mathtime fonts and they work fine 
(although the respective afm- and pfb-files are not present in the 
folder you mentioned).

> After every change in the teTeX tree you need to run texhash.
> When you've changed the contents or number of map files you need to 
> record these additions (or deletions) in 
> /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/web2c/updmap.cfg and run updmap. 
> updmap itself runs texhash, so in your case a bit of editing and 
> invoking updmap would be sufficient.

updmap.fcg already contains the line "Map ptv.map" (and has been 
invoked from the command line).
Dank und Gruß,
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