mathpple – Use PostScript Palatino for typesetting maths
The package defined a scheme whereby mathematics used Palatino or (Palatino clone) fonts in mathematics, and other mathematical symbols, etc., were scaled to fit.
Mathpple is now rendered obsolete by mathpazo, which offers a better-designed set of mathematical fonts than mathpple could ever hope to provide. Mathpple is no longer distributed.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License|
|Maintainer||Walter A. Schmidt|
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