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CTAN up­date: ly1enc.def

Date: July 22, 2009 9:22:54 PM CEST
that up­load dae­mon was at it while i was com­ing home from work: > The fol­low­ing in­for­ma­tion was pro­vided by the pack­age's con­trib­u­tor. > > Name of con­tri­bu­tion: ly1enc.def > Author's name: Karl Berry > Lo­ca­tion on CTAN: macros/la­tex/con­trib/psnf­ssx/ly1 > Sum­mary de­scrip­tion: dot­less j sup­port > Li­cense type: lppl > > An­nounce­ment text given by the pack­age's con­trib­u­tor: > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > The ex­ist­ing LY1 sup­port file for LaTeX (ly1enc.def) has al­ways given > a LaTeX er­ror when the \j (dot­less j) com­mand is used. How­ever, > dot­less j has al­ways been de­fined in the LY1 en­cod­ing (po­si­tion 17, > dec­i­mal), and many fonts, such as Latin Modern, do sup­port it there. > > With David Carlisle's ok, this new ver­sion of the file treats \j like > all other glyphs. If it's there in the font, it's sup­ported, and if > not, there's a "miss­ing char­ac­ter" warn­ing in the log file. > > Ques­tions to Karl. > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- i've in­stalled the new ver­sion, and (minutely) up­dated the cat­a­logue repos­i­tory. thanks for the up­load. > ---------------------------------------------------------------------- > Users may view the pack­age cat­a­logue en­try at > http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/help/Cat­a­logue/en­tries/ly1.html > or they may browse the pack­age di­rec­tory at > http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/macros/la­tex/con­trib/psnf­ssx/ly1 the sharp-eyed (and very keen) reader will spot the minute changes to the cat­a­logue en­try, some time af­ter i've gone to bed. Robin Fair­bairns For the CTAN team

ly1 – Sup­port for LY1 en­cod­ing

The Y&Y ‘tex­nansi’ ( and ANSI, for Mi­crosoft in­ter­pre­ta­tions of ANSI stan­dards) en­cod­ing lives on, even af­ter the de­cease of the com­pany; it is known in the scheme of things as LY1 en­cod­ing. This bun­dle in­cludes met­rics and macros to use the ba­sic three (Times, Hel­vetica and Courier) Adobe Type 1 fonts in us­ing LY1 en­cod­ing.

Ver­sion 2011-01-16
Copy­right1997 David Carlisle
Main­tainerKarl Berry
Wal­ter A. Sch­midt
David Carlisle (in­ac­tive)



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