This README file contains information about the LaTeX2e package "mathfont" installation version 1.6. Besides this README, the installation contains the following files: 1. mathfont_code.dtx: the primary file. Typeset this file with LaTeX to generate mathfont.sty and complete the installation. 2. mathfont_code.pdf: documentation of the package code. 3. mathfont_symbol_list.pdf: a typeset list of symbols that mathfont can act on. 4. mathfont_user_guide.pdf: user-level documentation. Copyright 2018-2019 by Conrad Kosowsky This file may be distributed and modified under the terms of the LaTeX Public Project License, version 1.3c or any later version. The most recent version of this license is available online at https://www.latex-project.org/lppl/. This work has the LPPL status "maintained," and the current maintainer is the package author, Conrad Kosowsky. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. The work consists of the following items: (1) the base file mathfont_code.dtx; (2) the package code contained in mathfont.sty; (3) the derived files mathfont_symbol_list.tex, mathfont_user_guide.tex, mathfont_heading.tex, and mathfont_doc_patch.tex, and mathfont_index_warning.tex; (4) the pdf documentation files mathfont_code.pdf, mathfont_symbol_list.pdf, and mathfont_user_guide.pdf; (5) all other files created through the configuration process including mathfont_code.ind; and (6) this README.txt file. For more information, see the original mathfont.dtx file. To install mathfont on your computer, run mathfont_code.dtx through LaTeX and place the derived file mathfont.sty in a directory searchable by TeX.
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mathfont – Use TrueType and OpenType fonts in math mode
This package provides a flexible interface for changing the font of math mode characters. The package allows the user to specify a default unicode font for each of six basic classes of Latin and Greek characters, and it provides additional support for unicode alphanumeric symbols. Crucially, mathfont is compatible with both LuaLaTeX and XeLaTeX, and it provides several font-loading commands that allow the user to change fonts locally or for individual symbols within math mode.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3c|
|Copyright||2018–2019 Conrad Kosowsky|
|Contained in||TeX Live as mathfont|
MiKTeX as mathfont