Re: AFM font metrics location?
Ben> So, apparently our current policy is that any package that needs AFMs
Ben> should make a new directory and stick 'em in there :-) Potentially,
Ben> you end up with five sets of presumably identical files.
Ben> Shouldn't we standardize this somehow?
Yes, that's probably a good idea. The afm format and the filenames are
normed, aren't they? Are they 'free' so can we create a afm-common package
that R, TeX, a2ps, enscript, ghostscript depend upon?
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