On Mon, Jun 15, 2009 at 17:05, Hans Hagen wrote: Yue Wang wrote: It depends if the Minimals are intended to be a complete TeX system or if they are meant to be a minimal system for ConTeXt, possibly complementing the utility programs from TeX Live. it is just context minimals' extra...
On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 23:53, Maurício wrote: It's counter-intuitive, but I'm afraid that stable might be a bi broken at the moment. I didn't find discussion on that on the list, so I think it is not bad to ask: has context considered these new fashion version control systems? I've been
On Sat, 20 Jun 2009, Mojca Miklavec wrote: I wanted to have one special kind of functionality, namely, being able to choose which modules to install, which engines to install, which fonts to install etc. SVN doesn't offer that. Hello Mojca, SVN supports sparse directories¹. Perhaps this can
I've been doing some searching on how to create my own fonts. http://fontforge.sourceforge.net/ also really cool are http://unifiedfontobject.org/http://www.robofab.com/http://letterror.com/ I now understand I can: * Use fontforge ascii file or unified font object to describe
On Sat, Jun 20, 2009 at 07:07:19PM +, Maurício wrote: I've been doing some searching on how to create my own fonts. http://fontforge.sourceforge.net/ also really cool are http://unifiedfontobject.org/http://www.robofab.com/http://letterror.com/ I now understand I can:
Using those options, can I do everything I want with fonts? You can do virtually every thing, I use FontForge mainly for Arabic fonts. Can I ask you what you use to create arabic fonts? They always have a beatifull caligraphic style, are they usually done with tools like metafont or you
I have in hand a huge document (587 modules) in xml DocBook format. It constitutes the documentation for Gimp. I also have the Context xml manual but can't seem to figure out how to make it work. The root document (or what I assume is the root document) contains statements like this: part