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Upload of esint.zip

Date: January 11, 2004 9:22:45 PM CET
On Thu, 8 Jan 2004, Martti Nikunen wrote: > I have uploaded the file esint.zip the incoming directory of > ftp.dante.de. It contains the font esint10 by Eddie Saudrais in PostScript > Type1 format and the corresponding map file. > > I think the files could be put to directory CTAN/fonts/ps-type1/esint. > > Licensing terms: pd > > [...] > > Here is the README file from the package > > %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% > Eddie Saudrais's font esint10 in Adobe PostScript Type 1 format > by Martti Nikunen (martti.nikunen at helsinki.fi). > > This PostScript Type 1 implementation of the font esint10, originally > created by Eddie Saudrais using METAFONT, is freely available for general > use. > > The conversion was done with the free mftrace program > (http://www.xs4all.nl/~hanwen/mftrace/). > > This distribution does not contain the TFM files that are necessary to > use the fonts with TeX; the TFM files can be generated from the Metafont > sources obtained by following the instructions in > CTAN/macros/latex/contrib/esint. > > The fragment for the dvips mapfile is simply > > esint10 esint10 <esint10.pfb > > and the line in updmap.cfg for teTeX should be > > MixedMap esint.map > > %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Thanks for your upload, I installed the files in directory fonts/ps-type1/esint For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf

esint – Extended set of integrals for Computer Modern

The esint package permits access to alternate integral symbols when you are using the Computer Modern fonts. In the original set, several integral symbols are missing, such as \oiint. Many of these symbols are available in other font sets (pxfonts, txfonts, etc.), but there is no good solution if you want to use Computer Modern.

The package provides source and macro support.

MaintainerEddie Saudrais



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