[OS X TeX] Japanese and LaTeX
rhart at mail.utexas.edu
Wed Apr 20 14:10:44 EDT 2005
I agree that it is probably the map file.
My notes on my 2005/02/27 installation of CJK, after my installation
using i-Installer of TeX (full install), using Olivier Delloye's
extremely helpful and detailed instructions on CJK, state:
Couldn't get cyberbit to work, even following [Olivier's] directions
exactly. Seemed not to find cyberbit.map, so I added one line
to updmap.cfg in web2c in texmf.local tree, did a "sudo updmap" then it
I looked at the instructions you used (which is actually seems to be an
edited version of a posting I made, just appending a few comments on
Chinese to Olivier's instructions). The person who posted it states to
I think this is incorrect (and there seem to be other errors, noted at
the bottom of the page). In the updmap.cfg file, it has these
instructions, which seems to suggest (to me at least) that you should
be using "Map" not "MixedMap":
# There are two possible entries: Map and MixedMap. Both have one
# argument: the filename of the map file. MixedMap ("mixed" means that
# the font is available as bitmap and as outline) lines will not be used
# in the default map of dvips if dvipsPreferOutline is false.
But I'm not really an expert at all, so perhaps someone else can add
But do try "Map" instead of "MixedMap" and see if that works.
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On Apr 20, 2005, at 9:49 AM, Peter Dyballa wrote:
> Am 20.04.2005 um 15:25 schrieb Christoph Gaitzsch:
>> Warning: pdflatex (file cyberbit7f.enc): cannot open encoding file
>> for reading
> Could be coming from the map files entries. Could you drop a few lines
> from it?
> I have something like these:
> iatl8c AmericanTypewriter-Light <TS1-AGL.enc <iatl8a.ttf
> iatl8t AmericanTypewriter-Light <T1-WGL4.enc <iatl8a.ttf
> My encoding files are in
> /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/fonts/enc/dvips/psnfss. After
> installing them there I invoked 'sudo texhash.' Where have you put
> your encoding files? What is 'kpsewhich cyberbit7f.enc' reporting?
> My /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf/web2c/texmf.cnf files says that:
> % Font encoding files (.enc).
> ENCFONTS = .;$TEXMF/fonts/enc//
> which is different from /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.local/pdftex/enc/
> at the website.
> You shouldn't bother much whether it has to be dvips or pdftex or
> dvipdfx|dvipdfm, the origin of those map files *is* dvips and updmap
> unifies all updmap fragments to three sets, one for each of dvips or
> pdftex or dvipdfx/dvipdfm.
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