pxufont – Emulate non-Unicode Japanese fonts using Unicode fonts
The set of the Japanese logical fonts (JFMs) that are used as standard fonts in pTeX and upTeX contains both Unicode JFMs and non-Unicode JFMs. This bundle provides an alternative set of non-Unicode JFMs that are tied to the virtual fonts (VFs) that refer to the glyphs in the Unicode JFMs. Moreover it provides a LaTeX package that redefines the NFSS settings of the Japanese fonts of (u)pLaTeX so that the new set of non-Unicode JFMs will be employed. As a whole, this bundle allows users to dispense with the mapping setup on non-Unicode JFMs.
Such a setup is useful in particular when users want to use OpenType fonts (such as Source Han Serif) that have a glyph encoding different from Adobe-Japan1, because mapping setups from non-Unicode JFMs to such physical fonts are difficult to prepare.
|Copyright||2017 Takayuki YATO
|Contained in||TeX Live as pxufont|
|MiKTeX as pxufont|
fonts for far eastern languages (Chinese, Japanese and Korean)
font selection, mapping, etc.
support for typesetting Japanese
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (14.3M).
Maybe you are interested in the following packages as well.
- japanese-otf-uptex: Support for Japanese OTF files in upLaTeX
- zxjafbfont: Fallback CJK font support for xeCJK
- bxcjkjatype: Typeset Japanese with pdfLaTeX and CJK
- ptex2pdf: Convert Japanese TeX documents to PDF