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caesarcm – Hyphenation of inflected languages, using CM fonts

In the pe­riod be­tween the def­i­ni­tion (in 1990) of the Cork font en­cod­ing (now known to 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’.

Sources /macros/generic/caesarcm
Doc­u­men­ta­tion
Ver­sion2
Main­tainerLau­rent Sieben­mann
Topics Font sup­port
Ob­so­lete

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