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poorman – Raster Chinese and Japanese fonts

The poorman's fonts, pmC and pmJ, are less than ideal implementations of Chinese and Japanese for . They are less than ideal because they use fonts based on 24x24 dot-matrix fonts, and don't do vertical format typesetting and so forth.

The poorman's bundle provides a code generator, which reads a dot matrix font, and emits code to represent it. Also provided are macros that permit use of the fonts in a document.

LicensesFree license not otherwise listed
Copyright1990 Humanities and Arts Computing Center, University of Washington
MaintainerThomas Ridgeway
TopicsFont development

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