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CTAN pack­age up­date: greek­tex

Date: Novem­ber 11, 2004 2:39:09 PM CET
A pack­age has been up­dated on tug.ctan.org, and should make its way soon to your fa­vorite mir­ror. Here is the README file for the up­date:
The files of this pack­age make it pos­si­ble to pro­cess with LaTeX2e files writ­ten in "Greek­lish", i.e., a mix­ture of Greek and English. They are based on Sil­vio Levy's clas­si­cal Greek ("plain") fonts, and they have evolved from ear­lier dis­tri­bu­tions for La­tex209, in 1993 by Moschovakis and in 1994 by Moschovakis and Spil­i­o­tis. To use them, you need to have an ASCII ed­i­tor that can han­dle mixed Greek and English in­put, such as notepad or (bet­ter) winedt, and a full LaTeX2e in­stal­la­tion with the ca­pa­bil­ity to au­to­mat­i­cally com­pile meta­font files when they are called, e.g., Mik­tex or a linux in­stal­la­tion. To in­stall and use these fonts, you need the fol­low­ing files, posted here: ywcl.zip This con­tains all the meta­font files nec­es­sary to pro­duce the Greek fonts. greek­tex­doc.pdf The doc­u­ment (in Greek). greek­tex­doc.tex The tex­file of the doc­u­ment (as a sam­ple). greek­tex.sty The main pack­age. gehy­phw.gr The hy­phen­ation file. You should print greek­tex­doc.pdf, which has de­tailed in­struc­tions (in Greek) for in­stalling and us­ing this pack­age and also il­lus­trates the "look" of the fonts. As far as we know, all the pro­grams in this pack­age are in the pub­lic do­main and they are of­fered with­out any obli­ga­tion or guar­an­tee, with the usual pro­viso that if you change any files you should also change their names. Oc­to­ber 2004 Yian­nis Moschovakis, ynm at math.ucla.edu Chryso­valan­tis Sfyrakis, ham­mer at math.uoa.gr
You can have a look at http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/fonts/greek/greek­tex . Thanks for the up­load, Jim Hef­feron ftp­maint at tug.ctan.org

greek­tex – Fonts for type­set­ting Greek/English doc­u­ments

The fonts are based on Sil­vio Levy’s clas­si­cal Greek fonts; macros and Greek hy­phen­ation pat­terns for the fonts’ en­cod­ing are also pro­vided.

Main­tainerYian­nis Moschovakis
Chryso­valan­tis Sfyrakis



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