karl at freefriends.org
Thu Jan 27 15:37:52 CET 2005
> In the Omega mode (default), mktextfm is never called.
> If one wants to call mktextfm, one must invoke
> with -noomega option.
Oops. I'm sure that's gonna break something. What do we do?
Hmm, I can't think of a single time that I've ever wanted dvips to
create TFM files.
Are there ways of using virtual fonts where it is useful to call
mktextfm? I guess I can imagine that in theory, but the tfm's referred
to in actual vf's that I've seen already exist.
Or are there non-vf cases where it might come into play?
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