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fontimport(1)							       teTeX							     fontimport(1)

NAME
fontimport - import fonts into the teTeX directory structure SYNOPSIS
fontimport [-d] [-f] [-t] [-m MF-mode] path ... DESCRIPTION
fontimport imports TFM and PK font files into appropriate places in the teTeX directory tree and revises teTeX's filename database accord- ingly. Each path may be a font file or a directory, either absolute or relative to the current directory. All subdirectories of a given directory are searched for font files. Don't specify directory names that are symbolic links, however, since (at least some versions of) find(1) won't dereference them. A font's destination is determined by variables in the file texmf.cnf. By default, fontimport will issue a warning to stderr instead of overwriting an existing font file. The -f flag forces overwriting. fontimport can cope with font names conforming the 8.3-namescheme, too, so you can import fonts from either a TDS-compliant or MSDOS installation. emTeX's font libraries are not supported. If you want to import fonts from a font library, you need to unpack it with emTeX's fontlib utility first. The full pathname of each font successfully imported is echoed to stdout. When fontimport can not parse a font's name, it will import the font using a path element of "/unknown/" and issue a warning on stderr. fontimport tries to guess the mode of PK files. With the -m flag you may specify a fallback mode to be used if the mode can't be guessed. Options: -m MF-MODE default Metafont mode for PK files if autodetection fails -d delete delete font files after copying (i.e., move them) -f force overwrite existing fonts -t test just echo each font's destination (if any); don't move or copy SEE ALSO
allec(1), allneeded(1), fontexport(1), Fontname: Filenames for TeX Fonts (http://tug.org/fontname). AUTHOR
Thomas Esser (te@informatik.uni-hannover.de) teTeX 4/99 fontimport(1)

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kpsetool(1)							       teTeX							       kpsetool(1)

NAME
kpsetool - script to make teTeX-style kpsetool, kpsexpand, and kpsepath available SYNOPSIS
kpsetool [ OPTIONS... ] COMMAND kpsexpand [ OPTIONS... ] STRING kpsepath [ OPTIONS... ] PATHTYPE DESCRIPTION
kpsetool is a Bourne shell script that makes a teTeX-style kpsetool, kpsexpand, and kpsepath available. kpsetool uses web2c's (new) kpsex- pand binary, so the syntax for kpsexpand is incompatible with teTeX's as of version 0.4. OPTIONS
-m mode set Metafont mode -n progname pretend to be progname to kpathsea -p act like kpsepath(1) -v act like kpsexpand(1) -w act like kpsewhich(1) USAGE
PATHTYPE can be base Metafont memory dump bib BibTeX bibliography source bst BibTeX style files cnf Kpathsea runtime configuration files dvips_config dvips config files dvips_header dvips header files fmt TeX memory dump gf generic font bitmap mem MetaPost memory dump mf Metafont source mfpool Metafont program strings mp MetaPost source mppool MetaPost program strings mpsupport MetaPost support files pict Other kinds of figures pk packed bitmap font tex TeX source texpool TeX program strings tfm TeX font metrics troff_font troff fonts vf virtual font SEE ALSO
kpsewhich(1) Kpathsea: A library for path searching (info or DVI file) Web page: <http://tug.org/teTeX/> BUGS
None known, but report any bugs found to <tetex@dbs.uni-hannover.de> (mailing list). AUTHOR
kpsetool was written by Thomas Esser <te@dbs.uni-hannover.de> in March, 1997. kpsetool is in the public domain. This manual page was written by C.M. Connelly <c@eskimo.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system. It may be used by other distributions with- out contacting the author. Any mistakes or omissions in the manual page are my fault; inquiries about or corrections to this manual page should be directed to me (and not to the primary author). teTeX September 2000 kpsetool(1)
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