[tex-k] mftrace: encoding files for LH-fonts

Werner LEMBERG wl at gnu.org
Thu Dec 24 10:36:37 CET 2020

> There is a complete set of fonts for cyrillic, called LH-fonts.
> LH-fonts are completely analogous to CM-fonts in slots 0--127.  They
> are written in metafont.
> To make use of copy/search feature of PDF it is necessary to
> convert them to Type1. For this I use mftrace.

You are aware that you are reinventing the wheel?  Have a look at the
cm-super fonts that do include the LH fonts.

> But there are no encoding files that I'm aware of for these
> fonts, [...]

There are.  Have a look at the LaTeX T2A, T2B, and T2C encodings.


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