Velthuis Devanagari fonts for Macintosh TeX (OzTeX)

Dominik Wujastyk ucgadkw at UK.AC.UCL
Mon Jul 20 05:39:58 EDT 1992


--- Forwarded mail from Stephen Miller <STEPHEN at uk.ac.oxford.vax>
 
>From local.general.uktex Sun Jul 19 22:58:11 1992
Date:    Fri, 17 Jul 92 11:34:00 +0000
From: Stephen Miller <STEPHEN at uk.ac.oxford.vax>
Subject: Velthuis Devanagari fonts for OzTeX
 
The Velthuis Devanagari fonts are now available for use with OzTeX: the
pre-processor was compiled by Peter Robinson from the "Computers and
Manuscripts" project and many thanks are due to him for this task. The
manual accompanying the fonts/pre-processor is available as an OzTeX DVI
file.
 
The pre-processor has been used on the test file with success: it has not
however been subjected to a more lengthy test--feedback welcome. Send it
to me and not to the list please.
 
Stephen Miller
stephen at uk.ac.oxford.vax
 
------------------------------
 
            { I've copied this into the UK TeX Archive in
       [tex-archive.mac.oztex.contrib]devanagari09.hqx  --Ed.}
 
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\bye
 
 
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