Hello Siep,


Only commenting on this one:

> As to texnansi: this is supported in Latex by texnansi.sty. For
> Western European languages, it seems to cover pretty much
> everything, so there is no need for text companion fonts or virtual
> fonts. Basic support (without artificial smallcaps) for a font
> family with non-virtual texnansi fonts consists of just four tfms, a
> mapfile fragment and, for Latex, an fd file.

texnansi does not work with german.sty which I'd say is necessary for
german texts. T1 and OT1 is hardcoded. I don't know about babel.

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