[pdftex] pdftex not finding glyphs?
Thanh Han The
hanthethanh at gmail.com
Fri Dec 8 17:00:36 CET 2006
can you please upload a minimal test file somewhere,
including the fonts being used (tfm+ttf+enc)? A log file is
On Thu, Dec 07, 2006 at 04:47:49PM -0500, Geoffrey Alan Washburn wrote:
> I've been working on preparing the necessary configuration so that I
> can make use of some specific glyphs in the DejaVu Sans and DejaVu Sans
> Mono fonts. However, I'm encountering a strange problem.
> In my custom encoding file:
> % 0xC0
> /.c0x2293 /.c0x2294 /zero /zero
> I'm using .c0x???? because that is what ttf2tfm seems to use, though I
> have also tried uni???? with ttf2afm => afm2tfm. When ttf2tfm is
> generating the metrics, it complains about a few characters being
> missing, but doesn't report any errors about these two particular
> glyphs. However, when I go to build my document I'm told
> Warning: pdflatex (file fonts/DejaVuSans.ttf): glyph `.c0x2293' not found
> Warning: pdflatex (file fonts/DejaVuSans.ttf): glyph `.c0x2294' not found
> Alternately if I use ttf2afm => afm2tfm path I get a different error:
> Missing character: There is no <C0> in font IFMLDejaVuSans!
> Missing character: There is no <C1> in font IFMLDejaVuSans!
> I verified with FontForge that DejaVuSans.ttf does actually contain
> these two glyphs at the usual Unicode locations.
> Does anyone have any idea where things may be going wrong? It isn't
> clear whether the problem is in the font itself somehow, the methods by
> which I generate the font metrics, or pdftex itself.
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