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Bug#225004: tetex-extra: Type1 fonts should be in a separate package

On 10.11.04 Hilmar Preusse (hille42@web.de) wrote:
> On 09.11.04 Victor Porton (porton@ex-code.com) wrote:
> > On 09-Nov-2004 Hilmar Preusse wrote:

Hi all,

> [Type1-fonts separately]
> > 
> > > That bug is now a year old. Meanwhile there exist the package
> > > latex-xft-fonts, which contains
> > > 
> > >  cmex10, cmmi10, cmr10, cmsy10, msam10, msbm10, wasy10
> > > 
> > > as True Type fonts. Is that sufficient for your needs or do you
> > > need anything else? The package description reads:
> > 
> > > Does installing that package (and perhaps the recomm. packages
> > > cure your problem maybe even, when using Mozilla)?
> > 
> > Yes, this package suffice as a replacement of installing
> > tetex-extra-fonts.
> > 
> I've opened #280567 against mozilla-browser, to add a suggest
> (firefox does that already). I guess we can close these bugs.
> Hmm: on the one hand I don't like to throw away the work I've done,
> on the other hand it is surplus now.
> To all: What do you think? Should we close that bug or are the
> other fonts in tetex-extra (which are not covered by
> latex-xft-fonts) worth to provide them to the rest of the world?
#280567 has been closed on Friday. Hence Mozilla should be able to
display MathML, if all suggested packages are installed.
My suggestion is now to close that bug collection, as the submitter
already agreed, that latex-xft-fonts is sufficient for his needs.
Further I'll try to summarize the work done in #225004 (this bug) and
open another one using this information (preliminary patch, TODO list
etc.). Probably I won't have time to work on this any more and I see
there other tasks with a higher priority.

Expecting your protests,
sigmentation fault

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