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1 $Id: README 5191 2013-02-23 00:11:18Z karl $
4 Copyright 2013 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
6 Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification,
7 are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright
8 notice and this notice are preserved.
10 The items here are for your amusement and/or hacking pleasure.
11 See comments and/or --help strings in each for their purpose(s).
13 They are all free software, but not officially part of Texinfo, and the
14 Texinfo maintainers don't support them (and generally have no knowledge
15 about them, just passing them on).
17 The texifont/ subdirectory was an attempt at implementing a generalized
18 font system, but it remains incomplete. See the README there.
20 In contrast, the two txipsfonts-* files are attempts by Torsten Bronger
21 and Stephen Gildea, respectively, to use base PostScript fonts instead
22 of Computer Modern, in the simplest way. (I could not find the right
23 version of the original texinfo.tex on which Torsten's file was based.)
24 Adapting one of these to actually be installable would doubtless be much
25 simpler (which is not to say simple) than finalizing texifont/, though
26 of course much less featureful.
28 The perldoc-all subdirectory is about making Texinfo out of the standard
29 Perl *.pod files. The results are at