[tex-live] testing infrastructure updates
zdenek.wagner at gmail.com
Fri Dec 4 17:04:01 CET 2009
2009/12/4 Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard <mpg at elzevir.fr>:
>> I'm thinking about an
>> installer for getnonfreefonts which copies it to the same directories
>> where it had been before, creates the symlinks on Unix and the
>> wrappers for Windows. Hope that I can do it in the near future.
> Hmm... while you're at it, why not make the installer also *run*
> getnonfreefonts (or make it an option)? That way, people don't get the
> impression of a second-order procedure (install the stuff that will
> install the fonts).
getnonfreefonts should not be default. I do not want to be accused
that I used a nonfree font in a way not compatible with its license
and do not want to check the fonts one by one trying to figure out
what I am allowed to do with them (private use, use in commercial
documents etc). I want to have free fonts and separately commercial
fonts that I have bought.
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