On 04/06/2010 10:50, luigi scarso wrote:
On Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 10:37 AM, Hans Hagen<pra...@wxs.nl>  wrote:
On 4-6-2010 10:03, Mojca Miklavec wrote:
Whenever I write something I use the language I master most (even if
it's not the most suitable language for that task), so I guess that
must be the reason.

As I said, it started out as a private project, but just wanted to see if others found it useful. It is not at all like the 'simplefonts' module, since it has absolutely no integration with ConTeXt. It simply reads in .otf files and spits out typescripts, which can then be used in ConTeXt.

I will try to get an .exe out in the next few days. I'm also starting to think that it might be possible to use otfinfo from the lcdf typetools to get information about a font, rather than trying to work it out from the filename. This might mean being able to use fonts other than those from Adobe, which would be nice.

Michael Murphy
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