caesarcm – Hyphenation of inflected languages, using CM fonts
In the period between the definition (in 1990) of the Cork font encoding (now known to LaTeX users as the T1 encoding), and availability of extended versions of the Computer Modern fonts, various partially-extended versions were briefly available. These macros provided a means of using the extensions, pending the availability of the real ‘thing’.
The package should be regarded as ‘obsolete’.
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metrics, macro incantations and other font support
package declared obsolete
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