[tex-live] Missing Euro sign in LY1-encoded fonts produced by otftotfm

Eddie Kohler kohler at cs.ucla.edu
Sat Aug 16 19:25:26 CEST 2008

(You can work around the bug in texnansx.enc with a --unicoding option: 
"--unicoding 'Uni20AC =: uni20AC'".


Vasile Gaburici wrote:
> Actually, there's nothing wrong with otftotfm in this case. The bug is
> in the texnansx.enc file shipped by texlive (even 2008). It contains:
> /Uni20AC % /Euro 1. This is broken because Unicode code points need to
> be specified with /uniXXXX in PostScript names, i.e. starting with
> lowercase u. Actually /Euro works too because it's in the Adobe Glyph
> List installed by lcdf-typetools; the original texnansi.enc uses
> /Euro.
> On Sat, Aug 16, 2008 at 5:55 PM, Vasile Gaburici <vgaburici at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I checked the tfm files produced from both CFF and TTF fonts which do
>> have the euro symbol. In both cases the character at "O 1" is missing
>> in the tfm. This is where euro should be in a LY1 encoding. If I use
>> \texteuro with a font generated this way I get a TeX warning about
>> missing ^^A.

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