[XeTeX] .enc files, for future reference

Will Robertson will at guerilla.net.au
Sat Dec 11 10:41:12 CET 2004


After all of my pain-staking labour :) I've discovered fontforge will 
automatically create encoding files for you. (I'm glad I did it all 
manually coz I learned a fair bit about stuff.)

Open the font, then choose "Generate Fonts..." from the file menu, 
click on "Options" and check "Output TFM & ENC". Then save the font as 
whatever and the .enc file will be there too.

The rest of getting a font to work (cf. the problems with Euler Script) 
is fairly simple.


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