Paulo Ney de Souza
pauloney at gmail.com
Thu Apr 14 00:35:49 CEST 2016
What can you do to convince me that Antiqua is part of TeXLive?
The TUG.dk Font Catalogues says very clear on the page:
"Antiqua is *not* part of TeX Live."
If I try: "kpsewhich antiqua.sty" or "kpsewhich uaqrrc.afm"
it comes back with nothing and if I try to process a file from the
font-package I get:
! LaTeX Error: File `antiqua.sty' not found.
Type X to quit or <RETURN> to proceed,
or enter new name. (Default extension: sty)
So in what "form" is Antiqua a part of TeXLive???
On Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 2:49 PM, Karl Berry <karl at freefriends.org> wrote:
> Hi Paulo,
> What would be the best way (for TeXLive) to do this:
> A- Placing the fonts in the TeXLive installation
> B- Writing a script that will take care of the font installation after
> TeXLive install.
> If the fonts are available under a free license, upload a new version to
> CTAN (with the author's permission, etc., etc. ... good luck) and I will
> endeavor to install them in TL. To the best of my knowledge, all of the
> free fonts on CTAN are already in TL.
> If the fonts are available only under a nonfree license, patch
> getnonfreefonts to support them and send the patch to Reinhard Kotucha.
> If you can convince font authors to switch from nonfree to free, that is
> (As mentioned before: Antiqua has been in TL, and TL's predecessors,
> since the font was first freely released in the 1980s or so. That's the
> only specific font you've mentioned. So I don't see anything I can do
> right now.)
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