This is Fontname, a naming scheme for (the base part of) external TeX
font filenames. This makes at most eight-character names from (almost)
arbitrarily complex font names, thus helping portability of TeX
documents. We point out some shortcomings of the scheme, and ways of
dealing with them.
Please send additions, corrections, or other comments to
<email@example.com>. Email <firstname.lastname@example.org> to join the
Besides this document, the Fontname distribution includes various
encoding files, mapping files, and utilities. See the file `README'
for details. You can retrieve the most up-to-date version of these
lists from `http://tug.org/fontname'. It is also mirrored on all CTAN
hosts in the directory `tex-archive/doc/fontname'. For a list of CTAN
mirrors, see `http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/CTAN.sites'.
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