[tex-live] Warning of xelatex

Vladimir Lomov lomov.vl at gmail.com
Tue Oct 6 07:16:43 CEST 2009

On Tue, Oct 06, 2009 at 12:21:05PM +0800, Steven Woody wrote:
> Hi,
> I am running xelatex on cygwin against some of my old tex articles
> that are UTF-8 encoding and written in Chinese.   In the past, when I
> was using texlive 2008 windows version, there is no such warnings.
> The warning lines are as below:
> ------------
> Package hyperref Warning: Rerun to get /PageLabels entry.
> [1] [2] [3] (./tt.aux)
> ** WARNING ** Invalid char in fontmap line: f
> ** WARNING ** Invalid map record in fontmap line 3077 from pdftex.map.
> ** WARNING ** -- Ignore the current input buffer: labm3583 SFBM3583 "T2AEncoding
>  ReEncodeFont" <cm-super-t2a.enc <sfbm3583.pft frummt <frummt.pfb
>  )
> Output written on tt.pdf (3 pages).
> Transcript written on tt.log.
> ------------
> It seems I have fontmap problem, but I don't know how to resolve.
> Enclosed is the output log file.   Who can be kind to take a look at
> it and have a check for me?
> Thanks in adavnce!
Could you give a minimal example?

Looking through your log file I found warning lines from fontspec
[quote line=218]
fontspec.cfg loaded.
\c at zf@famc at Adobe Song Std=\count105
Package fontspec Info: Defining font family for 'Adobe Song Std' with options [
BoldFont=Adobe Heiti Std] on input line 12.
Package fontspec Info: Could not resolve font Adobe Song Std/I (it might not ex
ist) on input line 12.
Do you have these fonts?

Also I saw lines
[quote line=291]
Package fontspec Info: Adjusting the maths setup (use [no-math] to avoid this).
 on input line 21.
LaTeX Font Info:    Overwriting symbol font `legacymaths' in version `bold'
(Font)                  OT1/cmr/m/n --> OT1/cmr/bx/n on input line 21.
I think that fontspec package changed from previous TL release.

I advise you to make minimal example and post it and your problem again
in xetex mailing list.

WBW, Vladimir

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