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Mon, 2 Jul 90 15:14:00 MET: Het IMAGINE font van Tom Hageman. Alleen geschikt voor speciale doelen.
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Date:Mon, 2 Jul 90 15:14:00 MET
From:    gros d'egueulasse dit 'les gens heureux me font chier!'
Subject:   Het IMAGINE font van Tom Hageman. Alleen geschikt voor speciale doelen.
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Dit heb ik een jaar geleden gemaakt. Het zijn de letters die Tom Hageman
maakte voor de koppen in ons faculteitsblaadje. Ik had nog nooit wat met
MetaFont gedaan, en dit leek me wel een goede leerschool. Het font heet
<imagine> en kent vanwege z'n toepassing natuurlijk een heel andere
parametrisatie dan bijv. Computer Modern. Ik herinner me dat de kerning
absoluut niet klopt, maar (what the heck/wat het hekje) ik heb helemaal geen
zin om daar nu naar te kijken.

Erik-Jan.
# To unbundle, sh this file
echo ima2.mf 1>&2
sed 's/^X//' >ima2.mf <<'End of ima2.mf'
X% IMAGINE outline font on a 20mm basis. 4 Jul 89
X% Font design: Tom R. Hageman
Xmode_setup;
Xtom# := 1mm#; % 1mm for a 20mm (or 2cm) font
Xinput imadriver; % switch to the driver file
End of ima2.mf
echo imaconst.mf 1>&2
sed 's/^X//' >imaconst.mf <<'End of imaconst.mf'
X% Constants for IMAGINE outline font. 4 Jul 89 EJV
X% These constants are conceptual parts of the design on a 20mm basis
X% First, the sharped constants
Xfour# := 4tom#;
Xfive# := 5tom#;
Xten# := 10tom#;
Xr_small# := 11tom#; % The large and the small radius are design concepts
Xfifteen# := 15tom#;
Xr_large# := 16tom#; % 'eleven#' and 'sixteen#' would have been wrong names
X%
Xdefine_pixels ( four , five , ten , r_small , fifteen , r_large );
X% Next, all the other constants
Xtwodotfive := 2.5tom;
Xthree := 3tom;
Xseven := 7tom;
Xsevendotfive := 7.5tom;
Xeight := 8tom;
Xtwelve := 12tom;
Xthirteendotfive := 13.5tom;
X%
Xhalftopheight := 1/2 ( four + r_large );
End of imaconst.mf
echo imadriver.mf 1>&2
sed 's/^X//' >imadriver.mf <<'End of imadriver.mf'
X% Driver file for IMAGINE outline font. 4 Jul 89
X% Font design: Tom R. Hageman
X% Metafont coding: Erik-Jan Vens
X%
Xinput imaparam; % Parameters. These can be edited for use
Xinput imaconst; % Constants. Do *NOT* touch
Xinput imamacro; % Macros for drawing arcs et. al.
Xinput imalet; % a -> z
Xinput imanum; % 0 -> 9
Xinput imapunct; % ,.;:!'`
Xinput imatable; % These are still experimental
Xfont_quad := r_large# + r_small# + breathing#;
Xfont_normal_space := 1/3 ( r_large# + r_small# ) + breathing#;
Xfont_normal_stretch := 1/6 ( r_large# + r_small# );
Xfont_normal_shrink := 1/9 ( r_large# + r_small# );
Xfont_identifier := "IMAGINE";
Xbye
End of imadriver.mf
echo imalet.mf 1>&2
sed 's/^X//' >imalet.mf <<'End of imalet.mf'
X% Letters a .. z of IMAGINE outline font. 4 Jul 89 EJV
Xtrh_char ( "a" , r_large# ); "The letter a";
X%
Xcenter := ( r_large , four );
X%
Xx1 = x2 = r_large; x7 = x6 = x9 = x10 = x1 - five; x5 = x1 - r_small;
Xx4 = x1 - ( r_small +-+ four ); x3 = x1 - ( r_large +-+ four );
Xx8 = x1 - ( r_small +-+ five );
Xy1 = y7 = y4 = y3 = 0; y5 = y6 = four; y8 = y9 = y5 + five;
Xy2 = four + r_large; y10 = four + ( r_small +-+ five );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 & l_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_large , center ) & z3 -- z4
X   & r_arc ( z4 , z5 , r_small , center ) & z5 -- z6 -- z7 -- cycle; % edge
Xdraw z9 -- z8 & r_arc ( z8 , z10 , r_small , center ) & z10 -- cycle;%enclosure
X%
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "b" , r_large# ); "The letter b";
X%
Xcenter := ( 0 , four );
X%
Xx1 = x6 = 0; x7 = x10 = x11 = x13 = five; x4 = x5 = twelve;
Xx2 = r_large +-+ four; x3 = r_large +-+ ( ten - four );
Xx8 = r_small +-+ ( five - four ); x9 = r_small +-+ ( seven - four );
Xx12 = r_small +-+ ( r_large - ( five + four ) );
Xy1 = y2 = 0; y7 = y8 = five; y9 = y10 = seven; y3 = y4 = ten;
Xy11 = y12 = r_large - five; y6 = four + r_large;
Xy13 = four + ( r_small +-+ five ); y5 = four + ( r_large +-+ twelve );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 & l_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_large , center ) & z3 -- z4 -- z5
X   & l_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_large , center ) & z6 -- cycle; % edge
Xdraw z7 -- z8 & l_arc ( z8 , z9 , r_small , center ) & z9 -- z10 -- cycle;
X                                                              % lower enclosure
Xdraw z11 -- z12 & l_arc ( z12 , z13 , r_small , center ) & z13 -- cycle;
X                                                              % upper enclosure
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "c" , r_large# ); "The letter c";
X%
Xh_center := ( r_large - five , r_large ); l_center := ( r_large , four );
X%
Xx2 = x3 = x5 = x6 = r_large;
Xy2 = r_large - ( r_large +-+ five );
Xy3 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ five ); y6 = y5 + five = r_large + four;
Xz1 = qcII ( r_large , l_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_large , h_center );
Xz4 = qcII ( r_small , l_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_small , h_center );
X%
Xdraw l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , h_center ) & z2 -- z3
X   & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , h_center )
X   & r_arc ( z4 , z5 , r_small , l_center ) & z5 -- z6
X   & l_arc ( z6 , z1 , r_large , l_center ); % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "d" , r_large# ); "The letter d";
X%
Xcenter := ( 0 , four );
X%
Xx1 = x3 = 0; x4 = x6 = five; x5 = r_small +-+ ( five - four );
Xx2 = r_large +-+ four;
Xy1 = y2 = 0; y4 = y5 = five; y3 = four + r_large;
Xy6 = four + ( r_small +-+ five );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 & l_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_large , center ) & z3 -- cycle; % edge
Xdraw z4 -- z5 & l_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_small , center ) & z6 -- cycle; % enclosure
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "e" , r_large# ); "The letter e";
X%
Xh_center := ( r_large - five , r_large ); l_center := ( r_large , four );
X%
Xx2 = x3 = x9 = x10 = r_large; x6 = x7 = r_large - twodotfive;
Xx5 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ ( sevendotfive - four ) );
Xx8 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ ( sevendotfive + five - four ) );
Xy2 = r_large - ( r_large +-+ five ); y9 = four + r_small;
Xy3 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ five ); y5 = y6 = y7 - five = sevendotfive;
Xy10 = four + r_large; y7 = y8;
Xz1 = qcII ( r_large , l_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_large , h_center );
Xz4 = qcII ( r_small , l_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_small , h_center );
X%
Xdraw l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , h_center ) & z2 -- z3
X   & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , h_center )
X   & r_arc ( z4 , z5 , r_small , l_center ) & z5 -- z6 -- z7 -- z8
X   & r_arc ( z8 , z9 , r_small , l_center ) & z9 -- z10
X   & l_arc ( z10 , z1 , r_large , l_center ); % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "f" , r_large# ); "The letter f";
X%
Xcenter := ( r_large , four );
X%
Xx1 = r_large - ( r_large +-+ four ); x2 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ four );
Xx3 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ ( sevendotfive - four ) );
Xx4 = x5 = r_large - twodotfive; x7 = x8 = r_large;
Xx6 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ ( sevendotfive + five - four ) );
Xy1 = y2 = 0; y3 = y4 = sevendotfive; y5 = y6 = y3 + five; y7 = four + r_small;
Xy8 = four + r_large;
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 & r_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_small , center ) & z3 -- z4 -- z5 -- z6
X   & r_arc ( z6 , z7 , r_small , center ) & z7 -- z8
X   & l_arc ( z8 , z1 , r_large , center ); % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "g" , r_large# ); "The letter g";
X%
Xh_center := ( r_large - five , r_large ); l_center := ( r_large , four );
X%
Xx2 = x3 = x7 = x8 = r_large; x4 = x5 = r_large - five;
Xy2 = r_large - ( r_large +-+ five ); y3 = y4 = eight;
Xy5 = r_large - r_small; y8 = r_large + four = y7 + five;
Xz1 = qcII ( r_large , l_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_large , h_center );
Xz6 = qcII ( r_small , l_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_small , h_center );
X%
Xdraw l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , h_center ) & z2 -- z3 -- z4 -- z5
X   & r_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_small , h_center )
X   & r_arc ( z6 , z7 , r_small , l_center ) & z7 -- z8
X   & l_arc ( z8 , z1 , r_large , l_center ); % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "h" , r_large# ); "The letter h";
X%
Xcenter := ( r_large , 0 );
X%
Xx1 = x11 = 0; x2 = x9 = x10 = five; x4 = x3 = x8 = x7 = r_large - five;
Xx5 = x6 = r_large;
Xy1 = y2 = y4 = y5 = 0; y11 = y10 = y7 = y6 = r_large + four;
Xy3 = r_small +-+ five; y8 = r_large +-+ five;
Xy9 = r_large +-+ ( r_large - five );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 & r_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_small , center )
X   & z3 -- z4 -- z5 -- z6 -- z7 -- z8 & l_arc ( z8 , z9 , r_large , center )
X   & z9 -- z10 -- z11 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "i" , five# ); "The letter i";
X%
Xx1 = x4 = x5 = x8 = 0; x2 = x3 = x6 = x7 = five;
Xy1 = y2 = 0; y3 = y4 = thirteendotfive; y5 = y6 = r_large + four - five;
Xy7 = y8 = four + r_large;
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 -- z4 -- cycle; % stem
Xdraw z5 -- z6 -- z7 -- z8 -- cycle; % dot
Xpicture bangpic; bangpic = currentpicture reflectedabout halfrow; % to make "!"
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "j" , r_large# ); "The letter j";
X%
Xcenter := ( 0 , r_large );
X%
Xx1 = x4 = 0; x3 = r_small +-+ ( r_large - thirteendotfive ); x6 = x7 = r_large;
Xx2 = r_large +-+ ( r_large - thirteendotfive ); x5 = x8 = r_small;
Xy1 = 0; y4 = five; y2 = y3 = thirteendotfive; y5 = y6 = r_large + four - five;
Xy7 = y8 = r_large + four;
X%
Xdraw l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , center ) & z2 -- z3
X   & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , center ) & z4 -- cycle; % stem
Xdraw z5 -- z6 -- z7 -- z8 -- cycle; % dot
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "k" , r_large# ); "The letter k";
X%
Xh_center := ( r_large - five , r_large ); l_center := ( r_large , four );
X%
Xx1 = x11 = 0; x2 = x3 = x9 = x10 = five; x4 = x5 = x7 = x8 = r_large;
Xy1 = y2 = 0; y4 = r_large - ( r_large +-+ five );
Xy3 = r_large - ( r_large +-+ ( r_large - ten ) ); % Since "ten = 2 * five". OK
Xy5 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ five ); y7 = four + r_large - five;
Xy8 = four + r_large; y9 = four + ( r_large +-+ ( r_large - five ) );
Xy10 = y11 = four + r_large;
Xz6 = qcII ( r_small , l_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_small , h_center );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 & r_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_small , l_center )
X   & l_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_large , h_center ) & z4 -- z5
X   & r_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_small , h_center )
X   & r_arc ( z6 , z7 , r_small , l_center ) & z7 -- z8
X   & l_arc ( z8 , z9 , r_large , l_center ) & z9 -- z10 -- z11 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "l" , r_large# ); "The letter l";
X%
Xcenter := ( r_large , r_large );
X%
Xx1 = r_large - ( r_large +-+ four ); x2 = x3 = r_large;
Xx4 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ four );
Xy1 = y4 = four + r_large; y2 = 0; y3 = five;
X%
Xdraw l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , center ) & z2 -- z3
X   & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , center ) & z4 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "m" , r_small# + r_large# ); "The letter m";
X%
Xl_center := ( 0 , four ); r_center := ( r_small , four );
X%
Xx1 = x11 = 0; x2 = x3 = five; x4 = x9 = x10 = r_small;
Xx5 = x6 = r_small + five; x7 = r_small + ( r_small +-+ four );
Xx8 = r_small + ( r_large +-+ four );
Xy1 = y2 = y7 = y8 = 0; y4 = y5 = four; y3 = y6 = four + ( r_small +-+ five );
Xy10 = four + ( r_large +-+ r_small ); y9 = y11 = four + r_large;
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , l_center ) & z4 -- z5 -- z6
X   & r_arc ( z6 , z7 , r_small , r_center ) & z7 -- z8
X   & l_arc ( z8 , z9 , r_large , r_center ) & z9 -- z10
X   & l_arc ( z10 , z11 , r_large , l_center ) & z11 -- cycle; % edge
Xpicture Mpic; Mpic = currentpicture;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "n" , r_large# ); "The letter n";
X%
Xcenter := ( 0 , four );
X%
Xx1 = x6 = 0; x2 = x3 = five; x4 = r_small +-+ four; x5 = r_large +-+ four;
Xy1 = y2 = y4 = y5 = 0; y6 = four + r_large; y3 = four + ( r_small +-+ five );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , center ) & z4 -- z5
X   & l_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_large , center ) & z6 -- cycle; % edge
Xpicture Vpic; Vpic = currentpicture reflectedabout halfrow; % V is N upsidedown
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "o" , 2r_large# - ten# ); "The letter o";
X%
Xl_center := ( r_large - ten , r_large ); r_center := ( r_large , four );
X%
Xz1 = qcIII ( r_large , r_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_large , l_center );
Xz2 = qcI ( r_large , r_center ) ISP qcI ( r_large , l_center );
Xz3 = qcI ( r_small , r_center ) ISP qcIV ( r_small , l_center );
Xz4 = qcII ( r_small , r_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_small , l_center );
X%
Xdraw l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , l_center )
X   & l_arc ( z2 , z1 , r_large , r_center ); % edge
Xdraw l_arc ( z4 , z3 , r_small , l_center )
X   & l_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , r_center ); % enclosure
Xpicture Opic; Opic = currentpicture;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "p" , r_large# ); "The letter p"; % In fact width is little bit less
X%
Xl_center := ( 0 , four ); h_center := ( five , four + r_large );
X%
Xx1 = x5 = 0; x2 = x3 = x6 = x8 = five;
Xy1 = y2 = 0; y5 = four + r_large = y3 + r_large = y6 + r_small;
Xy8 = four + ( r_small +-+ five );
Xz7 = qcI ( r_small , l_center ) ISP qcIV ( r_small , h_center );
Xz4 = qcI ( r_large , l_center ) ISP qcIV ( r_large , h_center );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 & l_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_large , h_center )
X   & l_arc ( z4 , z5 , r_large , l_center ) & z5 -- cycle; % edge
Xdraw l_arc ( z6 , z7 , r_small , h_center )
X   & l_arc ( z7 , z8 , r_small , l_center ) & z8 -- cycle; % enclosure
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "q" , 2r_large# - ten# ); "The letter q";
X%
Xl_center := ( r_large - ten , r_large ); r_center := ( r_large , four );
X%
Xz1 = qcIII ( r_large , r_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_large , l_center ); % = z1("O")
Xz6 = qcI ( r_large , r_center ) ISP qcI ( r_large , l_center ); % = z2("O")
Xz10 = qcI ( r_small , r_center ) ISP qcIV ( r_small , l_center ); % = z3("O")
Xz7 = qcII ( r_small , r_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_small , l_center ); % = z4("O")
Xz3 = ( xpart ( r_center ) , 0 );
Xz4 = ( ( r_large , four ) -- ( r_large + five , four ) )
X   ISP ( z3 -- ( z3 shifted ( z10 - z7 ) ) ); z8 = z4 shifted ( z7 - z3 );
Xz2 = qcIV ( r_large , l_center ) ISP ( z7 -- z3 );
Xz5 = qcIV ( r_large , l_center ) ISP ( z8 -- z4 );
Xz9 = qcIV ( r_small , l_center ) ISP ( z8 -- z5 );
X%
Xdraw l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , l_center ) & z2 -- z3 -- z4 -- z5
X   & l_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_large , l_center )
X   & l_arc ( z6 , z1 , r_large , r_center ); % edge
Xdraw z7 -- z8 -- z9 & l_arc ( z9 , z10 , r_small , l_center )
X   & l_arc ( z10 , z7 , r_small , r_center ); % enclosure
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "r" , r_large# ); "The letter r"; % Width, see "p"
X%
Xl_center := ( 0 , four ); h_center := ( five , four + r_large );
X%
Xx1 = x9 = 0; x2 = x3 = x10 = x12 = five; x6 = x5 + five;
Xy1 = y2 = y6 = 0; y3 = four; y9 = four + r_large;
Xy12 = four + ( r_small +-+ five ); y10 = four + r_large - r_small;
Xz8 = qcI ( r_large , l_center ) ISP qcIV ( r_large , h_center );
Xz11 = qcI ( r_small , l_center ) ISP qcIV ( r_small , h_center );
Xz5 = ( z9 -- ( z9 shifted ( ( z10 - z9 ) scaled 3 ) ) ) % 3 chosen on (in)sight
X   ISP ( ( four , 0 ) -- ( r_large , 0 ) );
Xz4 = ( z9 -- z5 ) ISP ( ( five , four ) -- ( r_large , four ) );
Xz7 = qcIV ( r_large , h_center ) ISP ( z6 -- ( z6 shifted ( z9 - z5 ) ) );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 -- z4 -- z5 -- z6 -- z7
X   & l_arc ( z7 , z8 , r_large , h_center )
X   & l_arc ( z8 , z9 , r_large , l_center ) & z9 -- cycle; % edge
Xdraw l_arc ( z10 , z11 , r_small , h_center )
X   & l_arc ( z11 , z12 , r_small , l_center ) & z12 -- cycle; % enclosure
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "s" , 2r_large# - ten# ); "The letter s";
X%
Xl_center := ( r_large - ten , r_large ); r_center := ( r_large , four );
X%
Xz1 = qcIII ( r_large , r_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_large , l_center ); % = z1("O")
Xz5 = qcI ( r_large , r_center ) ISP qcI ( r_large , l_center ); % = z2("O")
Xz6 = qcII ( r_large , r_center ) ISP ( z1 -- ( xpart ( z1 ) , r_large ) );
Xz8 = qcIII ( r_small , l_center ) ISP ( z1 -- z6 );
Xz2 = qcIV ( r_large , l_center ) ISP ( z5 -- ( xpart ( z5 ) , four ) );
Xz4 = qcI ( r_small , r_center ) ISP ( z5 -- z2 );
Xz3 = qcII ( r_small , r_center ) ISP ( z2 -- ( five , ypart ( z2 ) ) );
Xz7 = qcIV ( r_small , l_center ) ISP ( z6 -- ( r_large , ypart ( z6 ) ) );
X%
Xdraw l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , l_center ) & z2 -- z3
X   & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , r_center ) & z4 -- z5
X   & l_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_large , r_center ) & z6 -- z7
X   & r_arc ( z7 , z8 , r_small , l_center ) & z8 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "t" , r_large# ); "The letter t";
X%
Xcenter := ( r_large + three , r_large );
X%
Xx1 = x2 = 0; x3 = three = x6 - five; x4 = x5 = x7 = x8 = r_large;
Xy4 = r_large - ( r_large +-+ three ); y5 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ three );
Xy2 = y3 = y6 = y7 = four + r_large - five; y1 = y8 = four + r_large;
X
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 & l_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_large , center ) & z4 -- z5
X   & r_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_small , center ) & z6 -- z7 -- z8 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "u" , r_large# ); "The letter u";
X%
Xcurrentpicture := Vpic reflectedabout halfcolumn; % U is
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "v" , r_large# ); "The letter v";
X%
Xcurrentpicture := Vpic;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "w" , r_small# + r_large# ); "The letter w";
X%
Xcurrentpicture := Mpic reflectedabout halfrow;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "x" , r_large# ); "The letter x";
X%
Xcenter := ( r_large , r_large );
Xextension := ( r_large , r_large + four + five );
X%
Xx1 = r_large - ( r_large +-+ four ); x3 = 0; x4 = five;
Xx6 = x7 = x10 = r_large; x13 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ four );
Xy1 = y13 = y10 = four + r_large; y3 = y4 = y6 = 0; y7 = five;
Xz9 = center;
Xz2 = qcIII ( r_large , center ) ISP ( z3 -- extension );
Xz12 = qcIII ( r_small , center ) ISP ( z3 -- extension );
Xz5 = qcIII ( r_large , center ) ISP ( z4 -- center );
Xz8 = qcIII ( r_small , center ) ISP ( z4 -- center );
Xz11 = ( z1 -- z10 ) ISP ( z12 -- extension );
X%
Xdraw l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , center ) & z2 -- z3 -- z4 -- z5
X   & l_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_large , center ) & z6 -- z7
X   & r_arc ( z7 , z8 , r_small , center ) & z8 -- z9 -- z10 -- z11 -- z12
X   & r_arc ( z12 , z13 , r_small , center ) & z13 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "y" , r_large# ); "The letter y";
X%
Xcenter := ( 0 , r_large );
X%
Xx1 = x2 = 0; x8 = x7 = twodotfive = x6 - five; x6 = x5;
Xx4 = r_small +-+ four; x3 = r_large +-+ four;
Xy7 = y6 = y4 = y3 = four + r_large; y1 = five; y2 = 0;
Xy8 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ twodotfive );
Xy5 = r_large - ( r_small +-+ ( five + twodotfive ) );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 & l_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_large , center ) & z3 -- z4
X   & r_arc ( z4 , z5 , r_small , center ) & z5 -- z6 -- z7 -- z8
X   & r_arc ( z8 , z1 , r_small , center ); % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "z" , r_large# ); "The letter z";
X%
Xcenter := ( 0 , r_large );
X%
Xx1 = x2 = x4 = x5 = 0; x6 = x7 = x9 = r_large;
Xx8 = r_large +-+ ( r_large - five ); x3 = r_small +-+ ( five - four );
Xy5 = y6 = 0; y4 = y8 = y7 = five; y2 = y3 = four + r_large - five;
Xy1 = y9 = four + r_large;
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , center )
X   & z4 -- z5 -- z6 -- z7 -- z8 & l_arc ( z8 , z9 , r_large , center )
X   & z9 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% That's all folks !!!!!!!!!!!!! %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
End of imalet.mf
echo imamacro.mf 1>&2
sed 's/^X//' >imamacro.mf <<'End of imamacro.mf'
X% Macro file for IMAGINE outline font. 4 Jul 89 EJV
Xdef trh_char ( expr code , width ) =
X    beginchar ( code , width + breathing# , four# + r_large# + breathing# , 0 )
   ;
X    pickup trh_pen;
Xenddef;
X
Xdef arc ( expr b , e , cp ) =
X  hide (
X    numeric bn , en , bsf , esf; bsf := 1; esf := 1;
X    forever:
X      bn := xpart ( cp intersectiontimes fullcircle scaled bsf shifted b );
X      exitif bn >= 0;
X      bsf := bsf + 1;
X    endfor;
X    forever:
X      en := xpart ( cp intersectiontimes fullcircle scaled esf shifted e );
X      exitif en >= 0;
X      esf := esf + 1;
X    endfor; )
X  b if bsf =1: {direction bn of cp}fi ..
X  for t = bn + .1 step .5 until en - .1 : point t of cp .. endfor
X  e if esf =1: {direction en of cp}fi
Xenddef;
X
Xdef l_arc ( expr b , e , r , c ) =
X  arc ( b , e , fullcircle scaled 2r shifted c )
Xenddef;
X
Xdef r_arc ( expr b , e , r , c ) =
X  arc ( b , e , reverse fullcircle scaled 2r shifted c )
Xenddef;
X% And we also need some pairs
Xpair center , h_center , l_center , r_center , extension;
X%
Xlet ISP = intersectionpoint; % I'm a lazy typist and I tend to forget the
Xdef qc ( expr a , r , c ) = %  unitcircle has diameter 1, not radius 1
X  ( quartercircle rotated a scaled 2r shifted c )
Xenddef;
X
Xdef qcI ( expr r , c ) = qc ( 0 , r , c ) enddef; %     1/4circle in 1st quadr
Xdef qcII ( expr r , c ) = qc ( 90 , r , c ) enddef; %   1/4circle in 2nd quadr
Xdef qcIII ( expr r , c ) = qc ( 180 , r , c ) enddef; % 1/4circle in 3rd quadr
Xdef qcIV ( expr r , c ) = qc ( -90 , r , c ) enddef; %  1/4circle in 4th quadr
X%
Xdef halfrow = ( ( 0 , halftopheight ) , ( r_large , halftopheight ) ) enddef;
Xdef halfcolumn = ( ( 1/2 r_large , 0 ) , ( 1/2 r_large , r_large ) ) enddef;
End of imamacro.mf
echo imanum.mf 1>&2
sed 's/^X//' >imanum.mf <<'End of imanum.mf'
X% Numbers 0 .. 9 of IMAGINE outline font. 4 Jul 89 EJV
Xtrh_char ( "0" , 2r_large# - ten# ); "The number 0";
X%
Xcurrentpicture := Opic;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "1" , five# ); "The number 1";
X%
Xx1 = x4 = 0; x2 = x3 = five; y1 = y2 = 0; y3 = y4 = four + r_large;
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 -- z4 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "2" , r_large# ); "The number 2";
X%
Xl_center := ( five , four ); h_center := ( 0 , four + r_large );
X%
Xx1 = x2 = x4 = x5 = 0; x8 = five; x6 = x7 = r_large;
Xy5 = y6 = 0; y7 = y8 = five; y2 = four + ( r_small +-+ five );
Xy1 = four + ( r_large +-+ five ); y4 = four + r_large - r_small;
Xz3 = qcI ( r_small , l_center ) ISP qcIV ( r_small , h_center );
Xz9 = qcI ( r_large , l_center ) ISP qcIV ( r_large , h_center );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 & r_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_small , l_center )
X   & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , h_center ) & z4 -- z5 -- z6 -- z7 -- z8
X   & l_arc ( z8 , z9 , r_large , h_center )
X   & l_arc ( z9 , z1 , r_large , l_center ); % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "3" , r_large# ); "The number 3";
X%
Xh_center := ( 0 , four + r_large ); l_center := ( 0 , r_large );
X%
Xx1 = x2 = x8 = x9 = 0; x12 = r_large; x5 = x6 = five;
Xx3 = r_small +-+ five; x7 = r_small +-+ ( r_large - sevendotfive );
Xx4 = r_small +-+ ( four + r_large - ( sevendotfive + five ) );
Xx10 = r_large +-+ ( r_large - ( sevendotfive + five ) );
Xx11 = r_large +-+ ( four + r_large - ( sevendotfive + five ) );
Xy1 = y12 = four + r_large; y2 = y3 = four + r_large - five; y8 = five;
Xy4 = y5 = y11 = y10 = sevendotfive + five; y6 = y7 = sevendotfive; y9 = 0;
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , h_center )
X   & z4 -- z5 -- z6 -- z7 & r_arc ( z7 , z8 , r_small , l_center ) & z8 -- z9
X   & l_arc ( z9 , z10 , r_large , l_center ) & z10 -- z11
X   & l_arc ( z11 , z12 , r_large , h_center ) & z12 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "4" , fifteen# ); "The number 4";
X% Possibly changed EJV, but not too much
Xcenter := ( ten , four + r_large );
Xextension := ( fifteen , four + r_large + five );
X%
Xx2 = 0; x4 = x3 = x8 = x7 = ten; x5 = x6 = fifteen;
Xy4 = y5 = 0; y3 = four; y6 = y7 = twelve;
Xy2 = four + r_large - ( r_large +-+ ten ); y8 = four + r_large - r_small;
Xz9 = ( ( 0 , 0 ) -- extension ) ISP qcIII ( r_small , center );
Xz10 = ( ( 0 , four + r_large ) -- ( r_large , four + r_large ) )
X    ISP ( ( 0 , 0 ) -- extension );
Xz1 = ( ( 0 , four + r_large ) -- ( r_large , four + r_large ) )
X   ISP ( z2 -- ( z2 shifted ( ( z10 - z9 ) scaled 2 ) ) );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 & l_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_large , center )
X   & z3 -- z4 -- z5 -- z6 -- z7 -- z8 & r_arc ( z8 , z9 , r_small , center )
X   & z9 -- z10 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "5" , r_large# ); "The number 5";
X%
Xh_center := ( 0 , r_large ); l_center := ( five , four - five );
X%
Xx1 = x2 = x4 = x5 = 0; x7 = five; x8 = x9 = r_large;
Xy1 = y9 = four + r_large; y7 = y8 = four + r_large - five;
Xy2 = ( four - five ) + ( r_small +-+ five ); y4 = five; y5 = 0;
Xz3 = qcI ( r_small , l_center ) ISP qcIV ( r_small , h_center );
Xz6 = qcI ( r_large , l_center ) ISP qcIV ( r_large , h_center );
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 & r_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_small , l_center )
X   & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , h_center ) & z4 -- z5
X   & l_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_large , h_center )
X   & l_arc ( z6 , z7 , r_large , l_center ) & z7 -- z8 -- z9 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "6" , r_large# ); "The number 6";
X%
Xl_center := ( five , four - five ); r_center := ( r_large , four );
Xh_center := ( r_large - five , r_large );
X%
Xx3 = x4 = x6 = x1 = r_large; x9 = x10 = r_large - five;
Xy1 = four + r_large; y3 = r_large - ( r_large +-+ five );
Xy4 = four - five + ( r_large +-+ ( r_large - five ) ); y6 = r_small + four;
Xy9 = five; y10 = four - five + ( r_small +-+ ( r_large - ten ) );
Xz2 = qcII ( r_large , r_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_large , h_center );
Xz5 = qcI ( r_large , l_center ) ISP qcII ( r_small , r_center );
Xz7 = qcII ( r_small , r_center ) ISP qcI ( r_small , l_center );
Xz8 = qcIII ( r_small , h_center ) ISP qcII ( r_small , r_center );
X%
Xdraw l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , r_center )
X   & l_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_large , h_center ) & z3 -- z4
X   & l_arc ( z4 , z5 , r_large , l_center )
X   & r_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_small , r_center ) & z6 -- cycle; % edge
Xdraw l_arc ( z7 , z8 , r_small , r_center )
X   & l_arc ( z8 , z9 , r_small , h_center ) & z9 -- z10
X   & l_arc ( z10 , z7 , r_small , l_center ); % enclosure
Xpicture sixpic; sixpic = currentpicture;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "7" , r_large# ); "The number 7";
X%
Xcenter := ( 0 , r_large );
X%
Xx1 = x2 = x4 = x5 = 0; x6 = r_large +-+ four; x3 = r_small +-+ ( five - four );
Xy1 = y6 = four + r_large; y2 = y3 = four + r_large - five; y4 = five; y5 = 0;
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 & r_arc ( z3 , z4 , r_small , center ) & z4 -- z5
X   & l_arc ( z5 , z6 , r_large , center ) & z6 -- cycle; % edge
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "8" , 2r_large# - ten# ); "The number 8";
X%
Xl_center := ( r_large - ten , r_large ); r_center := ( r_large , 0 );
Xpath lower_outer_half , lower_inner_half;
Xpair l_help , r_help , upfour;
Xl_help := ( 0 , four + r_large - twodotfive );
Xr_help := ( four + r_large - twodotfive , 0 ); upfour := ( 0 , four );
X%
Xz2 = qcII ( r_large , r_center ) ISP qcIII ( r_large , l_center );
Xz5 = reverse qcII ( r_small , r_center )
X   ISP reverse qcIV ( r_small , l_center );
Xz1 = qcII ( r_large , r_center ) ISP ( l_help -- r_help );
Xz3 = qcIV ( r_large , l_center )
X   ISP ( ( l_help -- r_help )
X         shifted ( dir ( angle ( ypart ( l_help ) - ypart ( r_help )
X                               , xpart ( r_help ) - xpart ( l_help ) )
X                       ) scaled five ) );
Xz6 = qcII ( r_small , r_center ) ISP ( l_help -- r_help );
Xz4 = qcIV ( r_small , l_center ) ISP ( l_help -- r_help );
X%
Xlower_outer_half = ( l_arc ( z1 , z2 , r_large , r_center )
X                   & l_arc ( z2 , z3 , r_large , l_center ) );
Xlower_inner_half = ( l_arc ( z6 , z5 , r_small , r_center )
X                   & l_arc ( z5 , z4 , r_small , l_center )
X                   & z4 -- cycle );
X%
Xdraw lower_outer_half
X  -- ( lower_outer_half rotatedaround ( 1/2 ( l_center + r_center + upfour )
X                                      , 180 ) ) -- cycle; % edge
Xdraw lower_inner_half; % lower enclosure
Xdraw ( reverse lower_inner_half
X       rotatedaround ( 1/2 ( l_center + r_center + upfour ) , 180 ) );
X                                                             % upper enclosure
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "9" , r_large# ); "The number 9";
X%
Xcurrentpicture := sixpic rotatedaround ( 1/2 ( r_large , four + r_large )
X                                       , 180 );
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% That's all folks %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
End of imanum.mf
echo imaparam.mf 1>&2
sed 's/^X//' >imaparam.mf <<'End of imaparam.mf'
X% Parameters for IMAGINE outline font. 5 Jul 89 EJV
Xpentom# := .44tom#;
Xbreathing# := 5tom#;
XBIGk# := 4tom#;
XMEDk# := 2tom#;
XSMALLk# := 1tom#;
Xdefine_pixels ( tom , breathing , BIGk , MEDk , SMALLk );
Xdefine_blacker_pixels ( pentom );
Xpickup pencircle scaled pentom;
Xtrh_pen := savepen;
End of imaparam.mf
echo imapunct.mf 1>&2
sed 's/^X//' >imapunct.mf <<'End of imapunct.mf'
X% Punctuation marks of IMAGINE outline font. 5 Jul 89 EJV
Xtrh_char ( "," , five# ); "The comma";
Xx1 = x2 = 0; x3 = x4 = five; y3 = 1/2 five = -y2; y1 = y4 = five;
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 -- z4 -- cycle;
Xpicture commapic; commapic = currentpicture;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "." , five# ); "The dot";
Xx1 = x2 = 0; x3 = x4 = five; y2 = y3 = 0; y1 = y4 = five;
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 -- z4 -- cycle;
Xpicture dotpic; dotpic = currentpicture;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "-" , five# ); "The hyphen";
Xx1 = x2 = 0; x3 = x4 = ten; y2 = y3 = five; y1 = y4 = ten;
X%
Xdraw z1 -- z2 -- z3 -- z4 -- cycle;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( ":" , five# ); "The colon";
Xcurrentpicture := nullpicture;
Xaddto currentpicture also ( dotpic shifted ( 0 , four + r_large - five ) );
Xaddto currentpicture also dotpic;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( ";" , five# ); "The semicolon";
Xcurrentpicture := nullpicture;
Xaddto currentpicture also ( dotpic shifted ( 0 , four + r_large - five ) );
Xaddto currentpicture also commapic;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "!" , five# ); "The bang";
Xcurrentpicture := bangpic;
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ( "'" , five# ); "The endquote";
Xcurrentpicture := commapic shifted ( 0 , four + r_large - five );
Xendchar;
X%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%
Xtrh_char ("`" , five# ); "The beginquote";
Xcurrentpicture :=
X  ( commapic reflectedabout ( ( 1/2five , -1/2five ) , ( 1/2five , five ) ) )
X  shifted ( 0 , four + r_large - five );
Xendchar;
End of imapunct.mf
echo imatable.mf 1>&2
sed 's/^X//' >imatable.mf <<'End of imatable.mf'
X% Kern table for IMAGINE outline font. 4 Jul 89 EJV
X% Kerns set up by the KISS principle. Keep It Stupid and Simple
Xligtable "a": "a" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "c" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "e" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "f" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "g" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "q" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "s" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "t" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "u" kern -SMALLk#;
Xligtable "b": "d": "a" kern -SMALLk#,
X                   "c" kern -SMALLk#,
X                   "e" kern -SMALLk#,
X                   "f" kern -SMALLk#,
X                   "g" kern -SMALLk#,
X                   "l" kern -SMALLk#,
X                   "t" kern -MEDk#,
X                   "u" kern -MEDk#,
X                   "x" kern -SMALLk#;
Xligtable "f": "a" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "c" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "e" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "f" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "g" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "j" kern -MEDk#,
X              "o" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "q" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "s" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "y" kern -SMALLk#;
Xligtable "l": "l" kern -BIGk#,
X              "t" kern -BIGk#,
X              "u" kern -BIGk#,
X              "x" kern -BIGk#;
Xligtable "m": "n": "l" kern -SMALLk#,
X                   "t" kern -SMALLk#,
X                   "u" kern -SMALLk#,
X                   "x" kern -SMALLk#;
Xligtable "j": "a" kern -MEDk#,
X              "c" kern -MEDk#,
X              "e" kern -MEDk#,
X              "f" kern -MEDk#,
X              "g" kern -MEDk#,
X              "j" kern -BIGk#,
X              "o" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "q" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "s" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "y" kern -SMALLk#;
Xligtable "o": "a" kern -MEDk#,
X              "c" kern -MEDk#,
X              "e" kern -MEDk#,
X              "f" kern -MEDk#,
X              "g" kern -MEDk#,
X              "j" kern -BIGk#,
X              "o" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "q" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "s" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "x" kern -SMALLk#;
Xligtable "p": "a" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "c" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "e" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "f" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "g" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "j" kern -MEDk#,
X              "l" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "q" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "t" kern -MEDk#,
X              "u" kern -MEDk#,
X              "x" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "y" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "z" kern -SMALLk#;
Xligtable "r": "a" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "c" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "e" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "f" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "g" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "j" kern -MEDk#,
X              "l" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "t" kern -MEDk#,
X              "u" kern -MEDk#,
X              "x" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "y" kern -SMALLk#,
X              "z" kern -SMALLk#;
Xligtable "q": "s": "v": "w": "y": "a" kern -SMALLk#,
X                                  "c" kern -SMALLk#,
X                                  "e" kern -SMALLk#,
X                                  "f" kern -SMALLk#,
X                                  "g" kern -SMALLk#,
X                                  "j" kern -SMALLk#,
X                                  "o" kern -SMALLk#,
X                                  "q" kern -SMALLk#,
X                                  "s" kern -SMALLk#,
X                                  "y" kern -SMALLk#;
End of imatable.mf





Date:Tue, 3 Jul 90 11:57:00 MET
From:    "Johannes L. Braams" <JL_Braams AT PTTRNL.NL>
Subject:   Does everybody know the existence of Netserv?
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>


    Hoi,

        Ik was vandaag even met Netserv aan het stoeien en gaf het commando:
        UDS GET :DESCR tex
        Het viel me bar tegen dat ik maar 13 entries vond, bovendien niet
        allemaal up to date.
        UDS staat voor User Directory Service.
        Het is dus mogelijk jezelf in de database van NETSERV te laten opnemen
        met je naam, werkplek, interesses etc.

        Hoe dit moet?

        Stuur het commando (interactief of via mail, net als met LISTSERV)
        HELP naar NETSERV@HEARN en je komt van alles te weten.
        Ook kun je de NETSERV FILELIST krijgen middels
        GET NETSERV FILELIST naar het adres NETSERV@HEARN te sturen.

        Johannes Braams




Date:Wed, 4 Jul 90 13:35:46 -0100
From:    Kees Koster <kees AT DUTTWTA.TUDELFT.NL>
Subject:   180 dpi fonts voor 24-naalds matrixprinter
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Ik ben in het bezit van een 24-naalds matrixprinter (Star LC24-10,
die als Epson LQ800 aangestuurd kan worden) en een driver voor een
24-naalds printer. Hierbij blijk ik 180dpi fonts nodig te hebben +
de nodige magsteps. Wie kan mij aan een adres helpen waar ik deze
fonts kan verkrijgen (via e-mail) of wie heeft ze zelf en wil mij
wel aan een kopie helpen.

BVD

Kees Koster.

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                                  Technische Universiteit Delft
                                  Faculteit der Technische Natuurkunde
                                  Vakgroep TR, sectie Warmtetransport
                                  Lorentzweg 1
                                  2628 CJ  Delft
e-mail: kees AT duttwta.tudelft.nl
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Date:Wed, 4 Jul 90 20:02:00 GMT
From:    WINNINK AT ECN.NL
Subject:   RE: 180 dpi fonts voor 24-naalds matrixprinter
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Kees,
        Ik denk dat de 180dpi fonts, die je nodig hebt dezelfde zijn als die voo
r
een NEC P6 in  low resolution  gebruikt worden. In de emTeX distributie zitten
dergelijke fonts in zogenaamde fontlibraries ingebouwd. Je kunt de
afzonderlijke pk files er weer uithalen. Hoewel ik een groot deel van de emTeX
distributie heb, heb ik deze fonts niet. Je kunt ze volgens mij opvragen bij:
       Pieter Bison,           (e-mail: BISON AT KUNPV1.PSYCH.KUN.NL)
           C. Springerstraat 11-2
           1073 LD Amsterdam.

           Stuur hem een briefje en 3 geformatteerde 1.2MB floppies met een
gefrankeerde enveloppe.

       Ook kun je de files ophalen via FTP uit:
                        rusmv1.rus.uni-stuttgart.de (129.69.1.12)

       De files bevinden zich daar in de directory:
               /soft/tex/emtex/p6l_fonts

       Om de fontfiles uit elkaar te halen als jouw driver geen fontlibraries
kent heb je het programma:
      FONTLIB uit de emTeX distributie nodig.


                                                Jos Winnink

internet: winnink AT ecn.nl
earn:     esu0507@hpeenr51




Date:Wed, 4 Jul 90 21:31:00 MET
From:    "Johannes L. Braams" <JL_Braams AT PTTRNL.NL>
Subject:   Van de Duitse lijst: Chinese TeX
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

From:      IN%"TEX-D-L AT DEARN.BITNET"  "German TeX Users Communication Lis
19
   90 16:53:26.58
To:     "Johannes L. Braams" <JL_Braams AT pttrnl.nl>
CC:
Subj:   Chinese TeX

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Friends of TeX!
At Bremen University we will have an workshop on CHINESE AND COMPUTING.
among other things we will inform on text and typesetting system
which are able to handel Chinese and western languages. It could be
of interest to you to know, that from Taiwan dr. Lee Tzao-Lin wil
be here to give a demonstration of his Chinese TeX which is able to
handle up to 13.000 Chinese characters. His system works on a IBM-
compatible. We will also give a demonstration of a TeX-version on
a UNIX system with the character set from the Peoples' Republic of
China. Eventually this system will be brought down to ATARI.
After the workshop Dr. Lee will stay for another few days in Germany
and he would be interested to speak to people who are interested
in his TeX-version.
The workshop will last from July 18th to 20th this year. If you are
interested, feel free to join us. If you are more interested in the
TeX, contact me and we can arrange a meeting with Dr. Lee. (He will
leave Germany from Munich at July 26th.
Adress:
URS WIDMER
PC-LABOR, FB 3 (MZH)
UNIVERSITAET BREMEN
D-2800 BREMEN 33
BRD
FAX: 0049-421-218-2720
E-MAIL: <A06G AT DHBRRZ41.BITNET>
With kind regards
URS





Date:Thu, 5 Jul 90 09:02:00 MET
From:    "Johannes L. Braams" <JL_Braams AT PTTRNL.NL>
Subject:   TUGboat
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>


    Hoi,

        Zojuist heeft TUGboat Volume 11 #2 mij bereikt...
        Gelukkig wat sneller als #1 :-)

        Johannes Braams




Date:Thu, 5 Jul 90 12:48:00 MET
From:    David van Leeuwen <DAVID AT HLERUL59.BITNET>
Subject:   RE: TUGboat
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

sneller dan




Date:Thu, 5 Jul 90 13:15:00 MET
From:    Erik-Jan Vens <VENS AT RUG.NL>
Subject:   RE: TUGboat
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Goh David, die had je nog sneller als mij door. Erik-Jan.




Date:Thu, 5 Jul 90 17:23:00 MET
From:    David van Leeuwen <DAVID AT HLERUL59.BITNET>
Subject:   RE: TUGboat
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Ik had hem sneller door, zoals ik jou sneller door had. Ja, je hebt gelijk!

David




Date:Fri, 6 Jul 90 11:05:58 MET
From:    "P. Wackers" <U216002 AT HNYKUN11.BITNET>
Subject:   umlaut in bibtex
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Hallo,
We experimenteren hier binnen de vakgroep Nederlands in Nijmegen nu ruim
een week met bibtex en we zijn tegen \'e\'en (voor ons) heel serieus
probleem aangelopen. We citeren vaak Duitse teksten en moeten dus
regelmatig een umlaut (\") gebruiken. Bibtex interpreteert " echter
als de begrenzing van een veld.
We hebben het volgende geprobeerd:
--het tussen braces plaatsen van de letter met umlaut (Fl{\"u}gel
--het gebruiken van mathaccent (Fl$\ddot{u}$gel)
--het gebruiken van een macro (Fl\uu gel; met in de preambule van de
  latexfile \newcommand{\uu}{\"u}
De eerste twee pogingen hielpen absoluut niet. Bij de derde oplossing
gaat er veel goed: bibtex geeft geen foutmeldingen, de titelbeschrijvingen
zijn o.k., maar ... in de referenties gaat het fout. Er wordt niet
afgedrukt (Fl\"ugel 1969) (wat we zouden willen) maar (gel 1969).
Heeft iemand een idee wat daaraan te doen is?

En nog een andere vraag, maar die betreft geen echt probleem maar een
streven naar luxe: onze referenties bestaan vaak uit tekstedities,
d.w.z. het gaat om een boek dat vroeger ooit door iemand gemaakt is en
dat nu door een "modern persoon" opnieuw wordt uitgegeven. Bovendien
worden onze bibliografie\"en vaak niet alleen gebruikt als
beschrijving van referenties, maar als op zichzelf staande
zoekinstrumenten. Daarom vroegen wij ons af of het mogelijk was om
zo'n editie normaal te laten opnemen onder de naam van de uitgever,
maar onder de naam van de oorspronkelijke auteur automatisch een
verwijzing te genereren.
Bijv.: als D. Poel de Roman van de roos van Hein van Aken uitgeeft
dan zou bibtex moeten opleveren:
Hein van Aken, Roman van de roos: zie Poel 1988.
ŁPoel 1988„ D. Poel, Hein van Aken's Roman van de roos, Hilversum, 1988.

Bij een anonieme tekst zou de titel van het werk met een verwijzing moeten
worden opgenomen.
We weten dat we een bbl file kunnen editen, dus we komen hier wel
uit, maar waarom handwerk verrichten als het automatisch kan? Heeft
iemand idee\"en?

Als dat belangrijk is: we gebruiken een variant van named bst (met een
toevoeging uit siam bst) en een sty file die een mix is van named sty en
astron sty.

Bedankt vast

Paul Wackers  Vakgroep Nederlands KUN (u216002@hnyhkun11)




Date:Mon, 9 Jul 90 08:22:00 MET
From:    "Johannes L. Braams" <JL_Braams AT PTTRNL.NL>
Subject:   Is LaTeX 3.0 backward compatible ?
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>


    Hallo allemaal,

        Voor degenen die geen toegang hebben tot USEnet volgt hieronder
        een bericht van Don Hosek, waarin het een en ander verteld wordt
        over LaTeX versie 3.0.

        Johannes Braams
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From: dhosek AT sif.claremont.edu (Hosek, Donald A.)
Subject:Re: Is LaTeX 3.0 backward compatible ?
Date: 6 Jul 90 05:04:30 GMT
Message-ID:<7748 AT jarthur.Claremont.EDU>

In article <30030 AT eerie.acsu.Buffalo.EDU>, cchang AT acsu.Buffalo.EDU (Chengping Ch
   ang) writes...
>In article <7741 AT jarthur.Claremont.EDU> dhosek AT sif.claremont.edu writes:

>> .......... Frank Mittelbach is heading up the development of
>>LaTeX 3.0, but Leslie Lamport hasn't supplied his imprimatur
>>yet).

Taken out of context, this quote is a bit misleading... LL's
imprimatur is lacking on the lplain.tex on ymir, _not_ on LaTeX
3.0 which he is wholeheartedly endorsing. However, don't let the
fact that LL has not endorsed the lplain.tex on ymir stop you
from using it. LaTeX will do very strange things under TeX 3.0
without it.

>Does anyone have more information (rumors welcome) on this ?
>If this is true and since it is a major upgrade (from version 2.09 to
>3.0), a lot of commands must have been touched.  What I am concerned
>is how well is the backward compatibility.  More specifically, will
>my LaTeX files pass version 3.0 compiler without change ?  Will all
>the customized styles ever posted on this news group pass version 3.0
>compiler ?

>It goes without saying that if too many 2.09 commands are obsolete
>in version 3.0, it may as well be named NewLaTeX 1.0, not LaTeX 3.0.
>I'd appreciate if someone can share a light of what's going on.
>A things-to-do alike list is preferable.

Rumours nothing. I'll give you facts.

First of all, let me once again plug TUG. Those who are TUG
members have been seeing the development of LaTeX 3.0 for the
last year and a half. Most of the extant work is available now
from ymir in the directory [anonymous.tex.inputs.latex-mainz]
(see, there _was_ a special reason for my segregating those
files) (Incidentally, those who are forced to retrieve files via
mailserv should send the following command to
mailserv AT ymir.claremont.edu to find out what the file names are:
   SEND [TEX.INPUTS.LATEX-MAINZ]00README.TXT
).

Will custom styles work under the new LaTeX? Probably not. On the
other hand there will be at least one book detailing how to
create new styles with LaTeX 3.0. I've been working on going
through the LaTeX styles on ymir and anything that doesn't work
with the available bits (at the moment, that would be the new
font selection scheme), I've modified, placing the version that
works with the new LaTeX in the [anonymous.tex.inputs.latex-contrib]
directory and moving the old version into
[anonymous.tex.inputs.latex-contrib.obsolete]
This is being done on an as-noticed basis, so you can't assume
that because something is in [anonymous.tex.inputs.latex-contrib]
that version will work under the new LaTeX.

What's going to change?
  - Font selection. This scheme is already available in
    [anonymous.tex.inputs.latex-mainz] (get fontsel.readme to
    find out what's needed).
  - The output routine. This puppy is going to change big time.
    I wouldn't even think of expecting anything that interfaces
    with the guts of the OTR to work a year from now. Few
    specifics at the moment.
  - The List environment. Nothing definite other than some things
    will be modified.
  - Front matter specifications. Improved handling of this.
  - Section header printing. A new mechanism is being designed.

What's not going to change?
The short answer is, "who knows?" I'm fighting tooth and nail to
try and allow everything in the LaTeX book to work unmodified in
LaTeX 3.0; if I'm 80% successful, that'll probably be good
enough.

One thing that you can do to find out more about design LaTeX
styles intelligently is enroll in the TUG course being offered at
Rutgers Aug 6-10 (ding ding ding, plug alert! plug alert!).

For more information on the TeX Users Group and courses offered
by it and TUGboat etc.
   TeX Users Group
   P.O.Box 9506
   Providence, RI 02940
   401-751-7760
   tug AT math.ams.com

-dh

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dhosek AT ymir.bitnet
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        Johannes Braams

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Date:Mon, 9 Jul 90 17:53:00 MET
From:    David van Leeuwen <DAVID AT HLERUL59.BITNET>
Subject:   emmf
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Hallo,

is er iemand met ervaring in de metafont van EM die weet hoe je na `showit;'
kunt terugkeren naar een textmode, zodat het niet meteen een zootje wordt
op het scherm? Grafische adaptor is vga.

In het metafontboek is men erg onduidelijk over de implementatie van showit
(terecht want systeemafhankelijk) en in de .doc files van EM kan ik niets
vinden erover.

Groet, David




Date:Tue, 10 Jul 90 10:01:00 GMT
From:    WINNINK AT ECN.NL
Subject:   RE: emmf
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

David,
     Ik heb dezelfde ervaring, maar nog geen oplossing gevonden. Ik heb het
idee dat het ook op een EGA scherm niet goed werkt. Althans ik kan mijn video
kaart forceren in EGA mode en krijg dan dezelfde problemen.

               Jos Winnink
internet: winnink AT ecn.nl




Date:Tue, 10 Jul 90 10:51:00 MET
From:    Erik-Jan Vens <VENS AT RUG.NL>
Subject:   RE: emmf
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Moi (zoals de boeren zeggen),

emMetaFont doet automatisch een 'showit' bij een 'endchar'. Zoals
in het MetaFont boek staat. Een manier om 't scherm bij elke
handeling herschreven te krijgen is om bij de aanroep 'screenstrokes'
mee te geven. Dan zie je elke 'draw' ook gebeuren. Dus:
  mf &cm \screenstrokes; input cmr10
Of ook nog een 'nonstopmode' mee te geven. Zodat-ie niet stopt bij
elke "! Strange path (turning number is zero)." mededeling.

Moi (alweer),
Erik-Jan.




Date:Tue, 10 Jul 90 20:25:00 MET
From:    CGL AT RUG.NL
Subject:   Macintosh TeX software
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

From:      IN%"DHOSEK AT HMCVAX.CLAREMONT.EDU"  "Don Hosek"  5-JUL-1990 03:3
To:     tex-archive AT science.utah.edu
CC:
Subj:   Mac TeX software available from ymir

Return-path: DHOSEK <@science.utah.edu:DHOSEK AT HMCVAX.CLAREMONT.EDU>
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Date: Wed, 4 Jul 1990 18:11 PDT
From: Don Hosek <DHOSEK AT HMCVAX.CLAREMONT.EDU>
Subject: Mac TeX software available from ymir
To: tex-archive AT science.utah.edu
X-VMS-To: tex_archive
Message-id: <92E1945D3620603139 AT HMCVAX.CLAREMONT.EDU>
X-Envelope-to: tex-archive AT science.utah.edu

I've just copied most of the Mac TeX software from
midway.uchicago.edu to ymir.claremont.edu The notable omission was
makeindex which from the datestamps on that system was two years
old. With any luck, a newer version will be made available in the
future.

The Mac software is in the following subdirectories of
[anonymous.tex.macintosh]:

[anonymous.tex.macintosh.bibtex] BibTeX for the Mac
[anonymous.tex.macintosh.binary] Binary files needed for OzTeX
[anonymous.tex.macintosh.ctex] A C implementation of TeX for the
                               Mac
[anonymous.tex.macintosh.dvi2img] A Imagewriter driver for OzTeX
[anonymous.tex.macintosh.metafont] Victor Ostromoukhov's MacMF
[anonymous.tex.macintosh.ozinp] Input files for OzTeX
[anonymous.tex.macintosh.ozsrc] Source files for OzTeX
[anonymous.tex.macintosh,oztex] OzTeX executables

Questions regarding these files should be referred to
oztex AT midway.uchicago.edu

-dh




Date:Tue, 10 Jul 90 20:43:00 MET
From:    CGL AT RUG.NL
Subject:   Recent software status info. Kees
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

From:      IN%"DHOSEK AT HMCVAX.CLAREMONT.EDU"  "Don Hosek"  7-JUL-1990 07:0
To:     CA_ROWLEY AT vax.acs.open.ac.uk, tex-archive AT science.utah.edu
CC:
Subj:   Getting everything in line--part II: specifically, the standard WEB soft
wa
   re.

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Date: Fri, 6 Jul 1990 21:45 PDT
From: Don Hosek <DHOSEK AT HMCVAX.CLAREMONT.EDU>
Subject: Getting everything in line--part II: specifically, the standard WEB
 software.
To: CA_ROWLEY AT vax.acs.open.ac.uk, tex-archive AT science.utah.edu
X-VMS-To: IN%"CA_ROWLEY AT vax.acs.open.ac.uk",tex_archive
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X-Envelope-to: tex-archive AT science.utah.edu

I've just finished putting together 00readme.txt files for all of
the [.sources...] subdirectories on ymir. Everything here is
up-to-date except some of the change files (site coordinators, can
you hear me?). I've taken some care to insure that as much
information as possible is included in these files, in particular,
the VERSION NUMBERS of the WEB files. Now, at last, a quick
reference to everything.

Incidentally, I'm putting extra version numbers on the VMS change
files (these do NOT change automatically with a new version of the
WEB file they correspond to). This allows a user to quickly check to
see if their change file is up-to-date with what the site
coordinator is distributing. At present this only really applies to
BibTeX and TeX (and sometime in the next week or so, MF), but will
be more widespread as I work my way through the software (or get
somebody else to do the working). But enough prolixity: on to the
piece de resistance:

-----
[tex.sources]00readme.txt
The Sources tree contains the sources for the standard TeX
programs and utilties written in WEB and some system-specific
change files etc. The sources are broken down into the following
directories:

BIBTEX0_99              BibTeX 0.99c by Oren Patashnik
MF2_0                   METAFONT 2.0 by Donald Knuth
MFWARE                  The MFware utilities: GFread, GFtoDVI,
                        GFtoPK, GFtoPXL, GFtype, MFT, PKtoGF,
                        PKtoPX, PKtype and PXtoPK
TEX3_0                  TeX 3.0 by Donald Knuth
TEXWARE                 The TeXware utilities: DVItype, PatGen,
                        PLtoTF, TFtoPL, VFtoVP and VPtoVF.
WEB                     The WEB system and utilities: PoolType,
                        Primes, Profile, TANGLE and WEAVE.

-----
[.sources.bibtex0_99]00readme.txt
This directory contains the source code for BibTeX 0.99c by Oren
Patashnik, documentation, and system-specific  files. See also
subdirectories of [TEX.BIBTEX] for related files.

00readme.txt        This file.

bibtex.web          The WEB source for BibTeX

btxdoc.tex          User and BibTeX style designer's
btxhak.tex          documentation for BibTeX. Also serves as
btxdoc.aux          test of BibTeX.
btxdoc.bbl
btxdoc.xua

bibtex.bug          Description of a bug in BibTeX 0.99c

bibtex.ins          BibTeX installation notes.

>>>>>Specific BibTeX system implementations

                    VMS BibTeX
compile_bibtex.com  Command file for compiling BibTeX
bibtex.cld          CLD file for BibTeX.
bibtex.exe          BibTeX executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
bibtex.obj          BibTeX object file for those with other VMS
                    versions
bibtex.vms-changes  BibTeX changes for VMS [PD VMS 1.6a]
vms_bibtex_notes.txt Notes on VMS BibTeX.

                    CMS BibTeX
bibtex.cms-changes  BibTeX changes for CMS

                    TOPS-20 BibTeX
bibtex.tops20-changes BibTeX changes for TOPS-20

-----
[.sources.mf2_0]00readme.txt
This directory contains the source code for MF 2.0 by Donald E.
Knuth, some documentation files and system specific files.

00readme.txt        This file.

mf.web              The WEB source for MF 2.0

mf.web01-12         MF.WEB broken up into pieces 2000 lines or
mf.web02-12         less.
mf.web03-12
mf.web04-12
mf.web05-12
mf.web06-12
mf.web07-12
mf.web08-12
mf.web09-12
mf.web10-12
mf.web11-12
mf.web12-12

mf84.bug            History of bugs in MF (see also the errata.*
                    files in [TEX.SOURCES.TEX3_0]

mfbook.tex          Metafont source for the Metafontbook.

>>>>>Specific MF system implementations

                    VMS MF
****MF 2.0 for VMS TeX is currently under development****

                    CMS MF
mf.cms-changes      MF changes for CMS (outdated)

                    TOPS-20 MF
mf.tops20-changes   MF changes for TOPS-20 (outdated)

-----
[.sources.mfware]00readme.txt
This directory contains source for the MFware programs and some
system-dependent files.

00readme.txt            This file.


                        GFread 1.1 (Tomas Rokicki)
                        Sample GF reading code.
gfread.web              WEB source file

gfread.tops20-changes   Change file for TOPS-20


                        GFtoDVI 3.0 (D.E. Knuth)
                        Utility for producing proof sheets from
                        GF files (see appendix H of the MFbook).
gftodvi.web             WEB source file

gftodvi.cms-changes     CMS change file for GFtoDVI **out of date**

gftodvi.tops20-changes  TOPS-20 change file for GFtoDVI **out of
date**

gftodvi.vms-changes     VAX/VMS change file for GFtoDVI
gftodvi.exe             VAX/VMS executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
gftodvi.obj             VAX/VMS object file


                        GFtoPK 2.2 (Tomas Rokicki)
                        Program to convert GF files to PK files.
gftopk.web              WEB source file

gftopk.tops20-changes   TOPS-20 change file for GFtoPK **out of
date**

gftopk.vms-changes      VAX/VMS change file for GFtoPK **out of
date**


                        GFtoPXL 2.1 (Arthur Samuel)
                        Utility for creating PXL files from GF
                        files. NB: PXL files are obsolete!
gftopxl.web             WEB source file

gftopxl.cms-changes     CMS change file for GFtoPXL

gftopxl.vms-changes     VAX/VMS change file for GFtoPXL


                        GFtype 3.0 (D.R. Fuchs)
                        Diagnostic utility for listing contents
                        of GF files.
gftype.web              WEB source file

gftype.cms-changes      CMS change file for GFtype **out of date**

gftype.tops20-changes   TOPS-20 change file for GFtype **out of
date**

gftype.vms-changes      VAX/VMS change file for GFtype
gftype.exe              VAX/VMS executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
gftype.obj              VAX/VMS object file


                        MFT 2 (D.E. Knuth)
                        MF "pretty printer". Used in production
                        of _Computer Modern Typefaces_ and
                        sections of the MFbook.
mft.web                 WEB source file
mftmac.tex              Macros for use with MFT output.


                        PKtoGF 1.0 (Tomas Rokicki)
                        Utility for converting PK files to GF
                        files.
pktogf.web              WEB source file

pktogf.tops20-changes   TOPS-20 change file for PKtoGF


                        PKtoPX 2.3 (Tomas Rokicki)
                        Utility for converting PK files to PXL
                        files. NB: PXL files are obsolete!
pktopx.web              WEB source file

pktopx.tops20-changes   TOPS-20 change file for PKtoPX

pktopx.vms-changes      VAX/VMS change file for PKtoPX
pktopx.exe              VAX/VMS executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
pktopx.obj              VAX/VMS object file


                        PKtype 2.2 (Tomas Rokicki)
                        Diagnostic utility for listing contents
                        of PK files.
pktype.web              WEB source file

pktype.tops20-changes   TOPS-20 change file for PKtype

pktype.vms-changes      VAX/VMS change file for PKtype
pktype.exe              VAX/VMS executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
pktype.obj              VAX/VMS object file


                        PXtoPK 2.3 (Tomas Rokicki)
                        Utility for converting PXL files to PK
                        files. NB: PXL files are obsolete!
pxtopk.web              WEB source file

pxtopk.tops20-changes   TOPS-20 change file for PXtoPK

pxtopk.vms-changes      VAX/VMS change file for PXtoPK
pxtopk.exe              VAX/VMS executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
pxtopk.obj              VAX/VMS object file

-----
[.sources.tex3_0]00readme.txt
This directory contains the source code for TeX 3.0 by Donald
Knuth, some documentation files and system specific files.

00readme.txt        This file.

tex.web             The WEB source for TeX 3.0

tex.web01-13        TeX.WEB broken up into pieces 2000 lines or
tex.web02-13        less.
tex.web03-13
tex.web04-13
tex.web05-13
tex.web06-13
tex.web07-13
tex.web08-13
tex.web09-13
tex.web10-13
tex.web11-13
tex.web12-13
tex.web13-13

errata.five         Errata reports and related files for TeX.
errata.four
errata.one
errata.tex
errata.three
errata.two
errorlog.tex
history.txt
logmac.tex
tex82.bug

tex82.dif           Differences between TeX82 and TeX79. Mostly
                    of historical interest.

tex3.dif            New features of TeX 3.0 and MF 2.0.

texbook.tex         TeX source for the TeXbook.

>>>>>Specific TeX system implementations

                    VMS TeX
compile_tex.com     Command file for compiling TeX.
tex.cld             CLD file for TeX
tex.exe             TeX executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
tex.obj             TeX object file for those with other VMS
                    versions
tex.pool            TeX string pool file.
tex.vms-changes     TeX changes for VMS [PD VMS 3.1a]
vms_tex_notes.txt   Notes on VMS TeX implementation.

                    CMS TeX
tex.cms-changes     TeX changes for CMS (outdated)

                    MVS TeX
tex.mvs-changes     TeX changes for MVS (outdated)

                    TOPS-10 TeX
tex.tops10-changes  TeX changes for TOPS-10 (outdated)

                    TOPS-20 TeX
tex.tops20-changes  TeX changes for TOPS-20 (outdated)

-----
[.sources.texware]00readme.txt
This directory contains source for the MFware programs and some
system-dependent files.

00readme.txt            This file.


                        DVItype 3.2 (D.E. Knuth)
                        Utility program to symbolically list
                        contents of a DVI file.
dvitype.web             WEB source file

dvitype.cms-changes     CMS change file **out of date**

dvitype.tops20-changes  TOPS-20 change file **out of date**

dvitype.vms-changes     VAX/VMS change file
dvitype.exe             VAX/VMS executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
dvitype.obj             VAX/VMS object file


                        PatGen (Frank Liang)
                        Utility program for generating
                        hyphenation patterns for TeX from a list
                        of correctly hyphenated words.
patgen.web              WEB source file


                        PLtoTF 3.2 (D.E. Knuth)
                        Program to convert PL (symbolic listing
                        of TFM) files to TFM files.
pltotf.web              WEB source file

pltotf.cms-changes      CMS change file **out of date**

pltotf.tops20-changes   TOPS-20 change file **out of date**

pltotf.vms-changes      VAX/VMS change file **out of date**


                        TFtoPL 3.1 (D.E. Knuth)
                        Program to convert TFM files to PL
                        (symbolic listing of TFM) files.
tftopl.web              WEB source file

tftopl.cms-changes      CMS change file **out of date**

tftopl.tops20-changes   TOPS-20 change file **out of date**

tftopl.vms-changes      VAX/VMS change file **out of date**


                        VFtoVP 1 (D.E. Knuth)
                        Program to convert VF (composite font)
                        files to VPL (symbolic listing of VF) files.
vftovp.web              WEB source file


                        VPtoVF 1 (D.E. Knuth)
                        Program to convert VPL (symbolic listing of
                        VF) files to VF (composite font) files.
vptovf.web              WEB source file

-----
[.sources.web]00readme.txt
This directory contains source and documentation for the WEB
package and related utilites.

00readme.txt            This file.


                        Pooltype 3 (D.E. Knuth)
                        Utility for listing the contents of a POOL
                        file.
pooltype.web            WEB source file

pooltype.cms-changes    Change file for VM/CMS (out of date)

pooltype.vms-changes    Change file for VAX/VMS
pooltype.exe            VAX/VMS executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
pooltype.obj            VAX/VMS object file


                        PROFILE 1.1 (D.E. Knuth)
                        Pascal execution profiler.
profile.web             WEB source code


                        Tangle 4 (D.E. Knuth)
                        Program to take WEB source and create a
                        compilable Pascal file from it.
tangle.web              WEB source code

tangle.cms-changes      CMS changes (Out of date)
tangle.cms-pascal       Bootstrap Pascal Tangle for CMS (Out of
                        date)

tangle.tops20-changes   TOPS-20 changes (Out of date)

tangle.vms-changes      VAX/VMS changes
tangle.vms-pascal       Bootstrap Pascal Tangle for VAX/VMS
tangle.exe              Executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
tangle.obj              VAX/VMS object file


                        WEAVE 4.1 (D.E. Knuth)
                        Program to take WEB source code and
                        produce a printable TeX file.
weave.web               WEB source code
webmac.tex              TeX macros for use with WEAVE's output

weave.cms-changes       CMS change file (out of date)

weave.tops20-changes    TOPS-20 change file (out of date)

weave.vms-changes       VAX/VMS change file
weave.exe               Executable (compiled under VMS 5.3)
weave.obj               VAX/VMS object file



compile_web.com         VAX/VMS command file to compile WEB
                        software


web.tex                 "Literate Programming" by Donald E. Knuth
primes.contents         Sample program and additional file for the
primes.web              above.


webman.tex              WEB documentation

--------------------------------------------------------------------
th-th-th-that's all folks.

-dh




Date:Wed, 11 Jul 90 11:51:00 MET
From:    CGL AT RUG.NL
Subject:   Program SGML-TeX seminar 31 Aug, Groningen
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>



Program      TeX-SGML seminar 31 aug 1990, Groningen

 9.00 - 10.00 Welcome, registration, coffee
10.00 - 10.15 Opening
10.15 - 11.00 Language technology and the future of text automation
              Gerard Kempen (KUN)

11.00 - 11.30 Coffee

              Room ZG15                    Room ZG8
11.30 - 12.15 Two faces of text            SGML at European Patent Office
              Joop van Gent (KUB)          Terry Rowlay (EPO)
12.15 - 13.00 Portable graphics in TeX     Aspects of a marriage: SGML and TeX
              Malcolm Clark (Univ Essex)   Tibor Tscheke (Univ Wurzburg)

13.00 - 14.00 Lunch

14.00 - 14.45 Getting TeXnical             Publishing with TeX and LaTeX:
              Amy Hendrickson              a crash course
              (TeXnology Inc.)             Sake Hoogeveen (UvA)
14.45 - 15.15                              14.45 - 15.30
              Documentstyle design as      SGML applications in the building
              ENTITY                       and construction industry
              Victor Eijkhout, Andries     K.L. Oey (TNO)
                     Lenstra (KUN)
15.15 - 15.45 WG13 activities: Babel etc.
              Johannes Braams
              (Neher lab. PTT)

15.45 - 16.00 Tea                          15.30 - 16.00 Tea

16.00 - 16.45 TUGboat production:          SGML and TeX at
              TeX, LaTeX and paste in      Elsevier Science Publishers
              Barbara Beeton (TUG/AMS)     Jeroen Soutberg(ESP)

16.45 - 17.30 SGML and TeX: Reflections
              Manfred Kruger (MID)

17.30 -       Cocktail party

All day: Vendor/Demonstration booths



Information: C.G. van der Laan (cgl AT rug.nl)





Date:Wed, 11 Jul 90 12:14:14 CET
From:    "Sake J. Hogeveen" <A410SAKE AT HASARA11.BITNET>
Subject:   Re: umlaut in bibtex
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>


Pual Wackers heeft in "umlaut in BibTeX" twee vragen:

1. Hij krijgt in een BibTeX <style>.bst geen umlaut („") voor elkaar.
   (Ik begrijp tenminste dat het in de .bst file niet lukt.)

Antwoord: dat lukt niemand, het is een `bug' in BibTeX 0.99.
Remedie:  Neem publicaties met umlauten erin op in <bibbase>.bib files,
          en roep die in het LaTeX document aan VOOR de andere data
          bases: „bibliography{<bibbase>.bib,<andere bib bases>,...}
Referentie: Zie de oplossing die daarvoor bij de astron styles is
            gekozen (het file mnemonic.bib).

Oren Patashnik is van de tekortkoming op de hoogte, en heeft beloofd er
in versie 1.0 van BibTeX rekening mee te houden.


2. Hoe verwijzen naar andere auteur cq. uitgever?

In BibTeX 0.99c is het mogelijk IN een referentie een `cross reference'
te plegen. De truuk is het format van het cross reference mechanisme zo
aan te passen dat het de gewenste informatie op de juiste plaats zet.
Zie daarvoor de werking van de bestaande cross reference --- helaas heb
ik geen tijd het uit te proberen en een pasklaar antwoord te geven.

Sake J. Hogeveen




Date:Wed, 11 Jul 90 13:03:00 MET
From:    "Pieter W. Bison" <BISON AT KUNPV1.PSYCH.KUN.NL>
Subject:   DVI -> Postscript driver gezocht (MS-DOS executable)
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Ik ben op zoek naar een dvi -> ps MS-DOS executable met de volgende
eigenschappen:

       - goede faciliteiten voor invoegen Postscript-plaatjes, bijv.
         het toevoegen van postscriptcode `asis' via \special.
       - mogelijkheden om interne printerfonts te gebruiken.

  Bij voorkeur ook nog:

       - virtuele fonts
       - EPS uitvoer

Ik weet dat er een voorlopige versie met deze mogelijkheden op de Aston
server staat maar het is me niet gelukt die netjes te decoderen
na alle ellende van plakken en omzetten van tekens (anderen wel?)

Bij voorbaat dank,      Pieter Bison (bison AT kunpv1.psych.kun.nl)




Date:Thu, 12 Jul 90 11:36:00 MET
From:    HAAN AT IRIVAX.TUDELFT.NL
Subject:   RE: umlaut in bibtex
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Paul Wackers schreef:

>Hallo,
>We experimenteren hier binnen de vakgroep Nederlands in Nijmegen nu ruim
>een week met bibtex en we zijn tegen \'e\'en (voor ons) heel serieus
>probleem aangelopen. We citeren vaak Duitse teksten en moeten dus
>regelmatig een umlaut (\") gebruiken. Bibtex interpreteert " echter
>als de begrenzing van een veld.
>We hebben het volgende geprobeerd:
>--het tussen braces plaatsen van de letter met umlaut (Fl{\"u}gel
>--het gebruiken van mathaccent (Fl$\ddot{u}$gel)
>--het gebruiken van een macro (Fl\uu gel; met in de preambule van de
>  latexfile \newcommand{\uu}{\"u}
>De eerste twee pogingen hielpen absoluut niet. Bij de derde oplossing
>gaat er veel goed: bibtex geeft geen foutmeldingen, de titelbeschrijvingen
>zijn o.k., maar ... in de referenties gaat het fout. Er wordt niet
>afgedrukt (Fl\"ugel 1969) (wat we zouden willen) maar (gel 1969).
>Heeft iemand een idee wat daaraan te doen is?
>

Je kunt dit probleem oplossend door niet " als de begrenzing van een veld te
gebruiken maar de braces ( { en } ), dus niet:

        @ARTICLE{vleugel,
                author = "Fl\"ugel", .....

maar gewoon:

        @ARTICLE{vleugel,
                author = {Fl\"ugel}, .....

>
>Paul Wackers  Vakgroep Nederlands KUN (u216002@hnyhkun11)

        met vriendelijke groeten,

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Date:Thu, 12 Jul 90 13:28:47 MET
From:    Victor Eijkhout <U641001 AT HNYKUN11.BITNET>
Subject:   Ik haat schrijf/spel/representatiefouten
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Op de aankondiging van de TeX/SGML conferentie staat de
titel van mijn lezing zwaar verminkt weergegeven.
De correcte titel is
           The document style designer as separate entity


Victor Eijkhout                 Department of Mathematics
                                University of Nijmegen
                                Toernooiveld 5
  "Far out in the uncharted     6525 ED Nijmegen, the Netherlands
   backwaters of the unfash-
   ionable end of the           +31 80  65 2486 (office)
   western spiral arm              id   65 2986 (secretary)
   of the galaxy"                  id   44 8664 (home)
                                fax: +31 80 55 3450

                                u641001 AT HNYKUN11.BITNET




Date:Thu, 12 Jul 90 16:09:00 MET
From:    CGL AT RUG.NL
Subject:   Cursussen SGML-TeX bijeenkomst, rond 31 Aug 90
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Hallo,
Bij deze een bericht welke TeX-georienteerde cursussen niet doorgaan
wegens gebrek aan deelname:
LaTeX beginners,
LaTeX stylen,
Metafont.

TeX intermediate gaat door, en er is nog plaats.
TeX advanced wordt aan gewerkt in de zin dat wij het financieel
mogelijk maken, dus subsidieren, in overleg met de docent. Het spreekt dat
hier nog ample plaats is.

De SGML cursussen worden door het SGML bestuur bekeken. (Orientatie
zal neem ik aan wel doorgaan. De andere hebben ook geringe intekening.

Zij die zich opgegeven hebben voor een cursus die niet doorgaat,
krijgen nog persoonlijk bericht en natuurlijk terugstorting van betaalde
bedrag.

Kees




Date:Thu, 12 Jul 90 19:44:00 GMT
From:    WINNINK AT ECN.NL
Subject:   RE: Ik haat schrijf/spel/representatiefouten
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Victor,
   Ik vond de titel op de aankondiging veel mysterieuzer dan de door jouw
gecorrigeerde titel. Dus nu moet je presentatie wel veel goed maken met een
dergelijke  duidelijke titel.
                                                        Jos Winnink
internet: winnink AT ecn.nl
earn: esu0507@hpeenr51




Date:Fri, 13 Jul 90 21:38:00 N
From:    General Delivery <POSTMASTER AT DMZNAT51.BITNET>
Subject:   guillemets (french quotes) in LATEX
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>


% GUILLEMETS.STY by J\"org Knappen, BITNET knappen@dmznat51
% Version 13. Juli 1990
\def\foq{{\ly(}}
\def\fcq{{\ly)}}
\def\foqq{{\ly(\kern-.166em(}}
\def\fcqq{{\ly)\kern-.166em)}}
\endinput
This style option defines guillemets (french/ spanish/ russian/ ...) quotes
under LaTeX. (Plain TeX is *not* supported). They are working in all sizes.
Version history:
Created 13. Juli 1990

J"org Knappen, BITNET knappen@dmznat51
Institut f"ur Kernphysik
Saarstra"se 23
D- 6500 Mainz




Date:Mon, 16 Jul 90 14:09:50 +0200
From:    abi AT DUTIAB.TUDELFT.NL
Subject:   Referenties als superscript
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Hallo,

Bij het produceren van een artikel voor een tijdschrift heeft iemand bij ons
een van LaTeX afwijkende referentie stijl nodig.
De referenties worden achtereenvolgens genummerd en het nummer wordt als
superscript aan het woord toegevoegd dat voor de referentie staat.
De literatuur lijst wordt dan genummerd.
Zijn er procedures om dit enigzins te automatiseren, want met de hand kan het
natuurlijk wel maar het is gewoon niet leuk.

Ton Biegstraaten  abi AT dutiaa.tudelft.nl
TU Delft, Julianalaan 132, 2628 BL Delft Tel: 015-785269




Date:Mon, 16 Jul 90 16:55:46 MET
From:    Victor Eijkhout <U641001 AT HNYKUN11.BITNET>
Subject:   Re: Referenties als superscript
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Het antwoord heeft zoals gebruikelijk een goed nieuws en`
een slecht nieuws kant.

Goed nieuws: even in je stijlbestand kijken
naar de routine die het voetnoot tekentje zet, en
die even herdefinieren. Simpel.

Slecht nieuws: tijdschriften met superscript referenties
willen vaak dat [1,2,3,4] wordt weergegeven als ^Ň1\dots4Ő.
En dat is geen kattepis.


Victor Eijkhout                 Department of Mathematics
                                University of Nijmegen
                                Toernooiveld 5
  "Far out in the uncharted     6525 ED Nijmegen, the Netherlands
   backwaters of the unfash-
   ionable end of the           +31 80  65 2486 (office)
   western spiral arm              id   65 2986 (secretary)
   of the galaxy"                  id   44 8664 (home)
                                fax: +31 80 55 3450

                                u641001 AT HNYKUN11.BITNET




Date:Tue, 17 Jul 90 09:11:00 UT+2
From:    POPPELIER AT HUTRUU53.BITNET
Subject:   Re: Referenties als superscript
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Gebruik voor citaties door middel van superieuren AIP.STY,
te verkrijgen op een goed voorziene file-server.

Nico




Date:Tue, 17 Jul 90 09:13:00 UT+2
From:    POPPELIER AT HUTRUU53.BITNET
Subject:   Re: Referenties als superscript
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

^{1..4} of ^{1-4} is misschien geen kattepis voor de
gemiddelde TeX-er, maar is aanwezig in de reeds genoemde AIP.STY.

Nico




Date:Tue, 17 Jul 90 11:06:00 MET
From:    STOKHOF AT ALF.LET.UVA.NL
Subject:   Named.bst
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Ik gebruik Bibtex met de named.bst  (en named.sty) in Latex. Er doen
zich twee problemen voor.
1. Lange referenties zorgen in de tekst voor overvolle boxen, omdat ze
niet worden afgebroken.
2. Het gebruik  van  \shortcite leidt tot allerlei foutmeldingen van het
type "you meant to say ##1 instead of #1 right?"
Is er iemand die een oplossing weet voor 1., en die begrijpt wat er aan de
hand kan zijn met 2.?

Alvast bedankt.

Martin Stokhof
Faculteit der Wijsbegeerte
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Nieuwe Doelenstraat 15
1012 CP AMsterdam
020-5254540
stokhof AT alf.let.uva.nl





Date:Wed, 18 Jul 90 10:38:42 CET
From:    "Sake J. Hogeveen" <A410SAKE AT HASARA11.BITNET>
Subject:   Re: Named.bst
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

On Tue, 17 Jul 90 11:06:00 MET <STOKHOF AT ALF.LET.UVA.NL> said:
>Ik gebruik Bibtex met de named.bst  (en named.sty) in Latex. Er doen
>zich twee problemen voor.
>1. Lange referenties zorgen in de tekst voor overvolle boxen, omdat ze
>niet worden afgebroken.
>2. Het gebruik  van  \shortcite leidt tot allerlei foutmeldingen van het
>type "you meant to say ##1 instead of #1 right?"
>Is er iemand die een oplossing weet voor 1., en die begrijpt wat er aan de
>hand kan zijn met 2.?











1. Hier kan ik zo gauw geen antwoord op geven; alleen nog een keer reclame
maken voor de ASTRON.BST en .STY stijlen van mijn eigen hand, verkrijgbaar
van de SARA file server d.m.v. mail naar SARASERV AT HASARA11.BITNET waarin
    GET ASTRON FILELIST
je een file verschaft waarin alle aan de ASTRON stijlen verwante files
zijn opgenomen, die je dan met volgende GET <filenaam> <extensie> opdrachten
van de server kunt halen.

2. In named.sty (de LaTeX style file) zit een foutje: zoek de definitie
van „shortcite, daarin moet een #1 (of #2) inderdaad door ##1 (of ##2)
vervangen worden, daarna werkt het goed.

Sake J. Hogeveen
____________________________________________________________________________
Astronomical Institute `Anton Pannekoek', Roetersstraat 15, 1018 WB Amsterdam,
The Netherlands.
Telephone +31 (0)20 525 6025/6004.
Bitnet: A410SAKE@HASARA11
Domain addresses:  A410SAKE AT SARA.NL; l42 AT nikhefh.nikhef.nl




Date:Wed, 18 Jul 90 11:03:00 MET
From:    "Johannes L. Braams" <JL_Braams AT PTTRNL.NL>
Subject:   AMS fonts, Metafont sources
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>


    Hoi,

        Ik ben bezig de METAFONT bronteksten van de AMSfonts uit Amerika
        op te halen. Het gaat om de euler fonts, extra CM-fonts (cmsy5-9,
        cmex7-9, cmmib5-9, cmcsc8,9) en de symbol fonts, msam (was msxm)
        en msbm (was msym). (De laatste bevat de BBBold letters en heb ik
        (nog) niet te pakken)
        Zijn er mensen die belangstelling hebben voor het hele pakket?
        Als dat er voldoende zijn kunnen we het eventueel tijdelijk
        op de server in Nijmegen zetten, misschien kan Piet het dan ook
        op mail-server AT cs.ruu.nl beschikbaar maken.

        Discussie graag

        Johannes Braams




Date:Wed, 18 Jul 90 14:22:00 MET
From:    STOKHOF AT ALF.LET.UVA.NL
Subject:   named.bst nogmaals
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Bedankt voor de reacties. Het probleem met shortcite is opgelost.
Wat het afbreekprobleem betreft: het gaat me er niet om dat individuele
namen worden afgebroken (liever niet eigenlijk) maar dat verwijzingen
met bij. twee auteursnamen wel over twee regels verdeeld kunnen worden, en
dat afbreken na de (laatste) auteursnaam voor het jaartal mogelijk is.
De suggestie om expliciete hyphens in de .bib file op te nemen werkte
niet. Van een verwijzing met twee auteurs vond ik alleen de eerste dan
terug, en in de bibliografie zelf verdwijnen spaties e.d.

Als iemand nog een suggestie heeft, ik houd me aanbevolen.

Martin Stokhof
Faculteit der Wijsbegeerte
Universiteit van Amsterdam
Nieuwe Doelenstraat 15
1012 CP Amsterdam
(020) 5254540
stokhof AT alf.let.uva.nl





Date:Wed, 18 Jul 90 14:50:00 UT+2
From:    POPPELIER AT HUTRUU53.BITNET
Subject:   Re: AMS fonts, Metafont sources
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Elsevier Science Publishers' TeX-gebruikers hebben belangstelling.

Nico Poppelier
Physical Sciences & Engineering Division, R&D Department
Email: n.poppelier AT elsevier.nl




Date:Wed, 18 Jul 90 15:24:00 MET
From:    Forwards in all directions!!! <VENS AT RUG.NL>
Subject:   Re: AMS fonts, Metafont sources
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Ook bij het ICCE bestaat er belangstelling.
Voor de fonts, niet voor een discussie.

Erik-Jan. Vens AT Rug.Nl




Date:Wed, 18 Jul 90 21:31:00 GMT
From:    WINNINK AT ECN.NL
Subject:   RE: AMS fonts, Metafont sources
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Johannes,
       Ik heb wel belangstelling voor deze fonts. Overigens heb ik
               cmsy5-9 beschikbaar uit de emTeX distributie evenals
               cmex9
     Hoewel niet veel zouden deze files niet meer overgehaald hoeven te worden.
                           Jos Winnink
internet: winnink AT ecn.nl




Date:Wed, 18 Jul 90 21:39:00 MET
From:    Forward in all directions!!! <VENS AT RUG.NL>
Subject:   RE: AMS fonts, Metafont sources
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Ja, maar, dit zijn toch de sources??? Dacht ik, die waren toch in
het publieke domein geworpen?

Erik-Jan. Vens AT Rug.Nl




Date:Thu, 19 Jul 90 09:50:04 met
From:    Piet van Oostrum <piet AT CS.RUU.NL>
Subject:   RE: AMS fonts, Metafont sources
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Op 18 Jul 90 schreef Erik-Jan. Vens AT Rug.Nl:

 > Ja, maar, dit zijn toch de sources??? Dacht ik, die waren toch in
 > het publieke domein geworpen?
 >
De AMS heeft ze net deze maand vrijgegeven.

Piet




Date:Thu, 19 Jul 90 10:14:00 MET
From:    Forward in all directions!!! <VENS AT RUG.NL>
Subject:   Away on a trip
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

I am away for sometime. So I cannot answer your message right now, but
be sure I did receive it.

I will try to send this message only once. I check your name against a
database of previous senders.

Yours,
Erik-Jan. Vens AT Rug.Nl





Date:Thu, 19 Jul 90 12:00:00 MET
From:    "Johannes L. Braams" <JL_Braams AT PTTRNL.NL>
Subject:   Re: AMS fonts, Metafont sources
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

    Erik-Jan schrijft
>
> Ja, maar, dit zijn toch de sources??? Dacht ik, die waren toch in
> het publieke domein geworpen?

        Klopt, maar ze daar vinden was nog een hele toer. Uiteindelijk
        is het met behulp van BITFTP@PUCC gelukt alles op te halen.
        Ik heb nu het hele pakket kompleet, inclusief cyrillic (WNCY*),
        msbm5-10 en documentatie

        Johannes Braams

PTT Research Neher Laboratorium,        P.O. box 421,
2260 AK Leidschendam,                   The Netherlands.
Phone    : +31 70 3325051               E-mail : JL_Braams AT pttrnl.nl
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Date:Thu, 19 Jul 90 15:26:00 MET
From:    David van Leeuwen <DAVID AT HLERUL59.BITNET>
Subject:   RE: AMS fonts, Metafont sources
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Nou, ik sluit me bij de commerciele jongens en de particuliere gebruikers
aan: ik heb ook wel belangstelling voor de AMS-fonts. Ze doen overigens wel
dik over hun copyright zeg! Ik zal het niet schenden. David




Date:Thu, 19 Jul 90 16:10:00 N
From:    "P.Stoop, KVI, Zernikeln 25, 9747 AA Groningen, NL"
From:    "P.Stoop, KVI, Zernikeln 25, 9747 AA Groningen, NL"
Subject:   LaTeX tabel captions naar boven.
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Beste TeX- en LaTeXneuten,

De laatste tijd zijn bewonderenswaardig veel vragen beantwoord met: zie
\dots.sty. Dit geeft me de hoop dat iemand mijn \dots kan invullen. Ik zou
namelijk graag zien dat LaTeX de caption van tabellen (* boven *) de tabel
plaatst en niet er onder. Bij figuren blijftie wat mij betreft onder. Het
summum zou zijn dat voetnoten in de tabelcaption onder de tabel komen (onder
een beschaafd lijntje natuurlijk) en niet onderaan de pagina.
Wie helpt?

Groeten,

Paul Stoop.




Date:Thu, 19 Jul 90 16:20:00 MET
From:    "Johannes L. Braams" <JL_Braams AT PTTRNL.NL>
Subject:   Re: LaTeX tabel captions naar boven.
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

    Paul Stoop schrijft:
> ... Ik zou
> namelijk graag zien dat LaTeX de caption van tabellen (* boven *) de tabel
> plaatst en niet er onder. Bij figuren blijftie wat mij betreft onder. Het
> summum zou zijn dat voetnoten in de tabelcaption onder de tabel komen (onder
> een beschaafd lijntje natuurlijk) en niet onderaan de pagina.
> Wie helpt?
        Ik wil wel een poging tot hulp doen.

        Voor wat betreft de caption bij tabellen, wat dacht je van het volgende:
\begin{table}
\caption{Deze caption staat boven de tabel}
\begin{tabular}{...}
..
\end{tabular}
\end{table}

        Wil je de voetnoten direkt onder de tabel, dan zet je hem in een
        minipage omgeving met \textwidth als breedte?

        Johannes Braams

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Date:Thu, 19 Jul 90 17:08:10 met
From:    Piet van Oostrum <piet AT CS.RUU.NL>
Subject:   Referenties als superscript
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

 > Bij het produceren van een artikel voor een tijdschrift heeft iemand bij ons
 > een van LaTeX afwijkende referentie stijl nodig.
 > De referenties worden achtereenvolgens genummerd en het nummer wordt als
 > superscript aan het woord toegevoegd dat voor de referentie staat.
 > De literatuur lijst wordt dan genummerd.
 > Zijn er procedures om dit enigzins te automatiseren, want met de hand kan het
 > natuurlijk wel maar het is gewoon niet leuk.
 >
Daar is een style file voor: overcite.sty

Piet




Date:Thu, 19 Jul 90 23:36:00 MET
From:    CGL AT RUG.NL
Subject:   Re: AMS fonts, Metafont sources
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Ik heb belangstelling. Kees




Date:Fri, 20 Jul 90 10:04:00 UT+2
From:    POPPELIER AT HUTRUU53.BITNET
Subject:   Re: LaTeX tabel captions naar boven.
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Problemos 1: el captionos boven el tabelos. Muy siempel: men plaatse
het \caption-commando VOOR de tabular-omgeving, oftewel

  \begin{table}
    \caption{You take a big mama and a big nacho-cheese}
    \begin{tabular}{...}
    ...
    \end{tabular}
  \end{table}

Problemos 2: el voetnotos del captionos niet onder el pagino: men
plaatse zowel \caption als tabular-omgeving in een minipage van een
breedte die je ZELF moet opgeven. Dit laatste is onhandig, omdat
je de breedte pas kent NADAT de tabel is gemaakt.

Beide kwesties zijn overigens bekend bij de LATeX 2.10/3.0 ontwikkelings-0
groep.

Nico




Date:Fri, 20 Jul 90 10:07:00 UT+2
From:    POPPELIER AT HUTRUU53.BITNET
Subject:   Re: LaTeX tabel captions naar boven.
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Nagekomen bericht:

o ja, als je commando's als \footnote en \cite in een \caption hebt,
moet je een versie van het argument ZONDER deze storende commando's,
en ook liefst ingekort, opgeven als optioneel argument, dat wil
zeggen tussen [ ... ].

Voor uitleg: zie boek!

Nico




Date:Mon, 23 Jul 90 12:04:18 MET
From:    "stoks, hans" <U251006 AT HNYKUN11.BITNET>
Subject:   redisfont
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Hallo,

Weet er (nog) iemand waar de hebreeuwse fonts van Goldberg
zich ergens bevinden; ik mis het bestand <redisfont mf>.

Ik heb ze destijds van Jeroen de Jong gekregen, maar die zit nu
ergens in Ierland.




Date:Thu, 26 Jul 90 08:56:00 GMT
From:    WINNINK AT ECN.NL
Subject:   Engelse dokumentatie emTeX
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Hoi,
        Ik heb via Duncan Mather (werkzaam bij SHELL) de engelstalige DOC
files van emTeX ontvangen. Geinteresseerden kunnen kontakt opnemen met mij
voor het verkrijgen van de files. In verband met vakantie het liefst kontakt
opnemen na 20 augustus.
                                Jos Winnink
internet: winnink AT ecn.nl
earn:    esu0507@hpeenr51




Date:Thu, 26 Jul 90 16:56:16 MET
From:    Victor Eijkhout <U641001 AT HNYKUN11.BITNET>
Subject:   Dit heeft niet zo erg veel met TeX te maken...
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>


Mijn boekenplank heeft zich de laatste tijd in het toegevoegde
gewicht van enkele typografieboeken mogen verheugen.

1/ Voor wie zich met boekproductie bezig houdt, is
         Boek over het maken van boeken,
         Huib van Krimpen
         Gaade uitgevers, Veenendaal 1986
onontbeerlijk. Voor ons, electronisch publicisten, staan enkele
minder relevante stukken in, zoals over drukken en binden van
boeken, maar er staat ook genoeg in over typografie en aanverwante
zaken. Niet schrikken van het prijskaartje.

2/ Uitgeverij `de Buitenkant' in Amsterdam publiceert een reeks,
kleine maar fijne, boekjes over en omtrent typografie. Kleine
oplages, en bij lang niet elke boekhandel te vinden.
Bij voorbeeld:
         Stanley Morison, Grondbeginselen der typografie
         Eric Gill, (niet in mijn bezit, iets als `essay on ...')
         Jan van Krimpen, Over het ontwerpen en bedenken van
            drukletters (JvK is een van de twee gezichten van de
            vaderlandse typografie, hij werkte zijn leven lang
            van Joh. Enschede)
         Aldus, Allemaal flauwekul (columns uit vaktijdschriften).
Uit het laatste boekje een citaat (de spreker is hier aan het
vertellen over de mogelijkheden van de nieuwe technologie):

  De letterkeuze voor de [gewone] tekst wil de secties
  van het blad duidelijk ondersteunen door gebruikmaking van
  onmiskenbare (ook voor leken zichtbare) verschillen als
  die tussen Times en Helvetica, ongetwijfeld beide `toppers'
  in hun hoek van de typografie. De kopteksten zullen worden
  uitgevoerd in de oneindige variatie die [de nieuwe technologie]
  mogelijk maakt.

Klinkt dit bekend? Het is geschreven in 1970, toen het fotozetten
net zijn grote vlucht begon te nemen. De geschiedenis herhaalt
zich...

Tenslotte nog dit:
         Jan Tschichold, Ausgew\"alte Aufs\"atze \"uber Fragen der
            Gestalt des Buches und der Typografie
         Birkh\"auser Verlag, Basel 1975.
Opstellen over een boel onderwerpen in de typografie door een van
de beroemdheden. Citaat uit het eerste hoofdstuk:

  Vollkommene Typographie ist eher eine Wissenschaft denn eine
  Kunst. Beherrschung des Handwerks ist unerl\"a{\ss}lich, aber
  ist nicht alles. Denn der sichere Geschmak, der das Vollendete
  auszeichnet, berugt auf einem klaren Wissen um die Gesetze
  harmonischer Gestaltung. [...] Es gibt daher keine geborenen
  Meister der Typographie; nur allma\"ahlich kann man sich zu einem
  solchen ausbilden.

Dat wij het ons mogen aantrekken!


Victor Eijkhout                 Department of Mathematics
                                University of Nijmegen
                                Toernooiveld 5
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                                u641001 AT HNYKUN11.BITNET




Date:Tue, 31 Jul 90 09:28:00 UT+2
From:    POPPELIER AT HUTRUU53.BITNET
Subject:   AMS-fonts
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Een tijdje terug informeerde Johannes Braams op dit flitsende medium
wier er belangstelling had voor de AMS-fonts en aanverwante zaken.
Er bleek belangstelling te zijn, maar er heerst nu al weer een tijd
radiostilte in deze contreien.

What's Up Doc?

Oftewel: wanneer krijg ik mijn AMS-fonts?


Nico




Date:Tue, 31 Jul 90 11:09:00 MET
From:    "Johannes L. Braams" <JL_Braams AT PTTRNL.NL>
Subject:   Re: AMS-fonts
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>


        Ik wilde even de reacties afwachten, maar zal binnenkort een
        poging wagen het spul (de sources) in een uuencoded archief op
        de server te krijgen.

        Johannes Braams




Date:Tue, 31 Jul 90 18:14:00 MET
From:    Forward in all directions!!! <VENS AT RUG.NL>
Subject:   NRC-Handelsblad. W&O, 30-7-90.
Sender:    TEX-NL <TEX-NL AT HEARN.BITNET>

Vandaag di. 31 staat er in de Wetenschap en Onderwijsbijlage
van de NRC (of het Handelsblad zoals sommige mensen zeggen)
op pag. 2 een stukje dat "Monsterproject Hindi-Engels in
Amsterdamse achterkamer" heet. Hierin staat (laatste kolom,
eerste alinea): "Medewerking kregen de Wagenaars in eerste
instantie van Wagenaars broer, die voor de software implementatie
zorgde, later van het India Instituut in Amsterdam, en van
SARA, het rekencentrum van de Universiteit van Amsterdam waar
"echt een geniale vogel", aldus Wagenaar, de programmatuur
heeft ontwikkeld die moet zorgen dat het hele manuscript
straks 'camera ready' uit de computer komt rollen..."

Deze geniale vogel heeft blijkbaar kans gezien TeX (evt. Metafont)
en de cmr-fonts overnieuw uit te vonden, want op de erbij
afgedrukte pagina is te zien dat het om Computer Modern
gaat voor het romeinse schrift, en dat er een 'Overfull
hbox' tussen zit. (Bij 'yakshini', een na onderste regel).

En danis er nog de vraag welk Devnagri-font ze gebruikt
hebben? Dat van Frans Velthuis? Dat heb ik nog nooit gezien.

Erik-Jan. Vens AT Rug.Nl