Re: METAFONT source
|From:||Gary Shannon <fiziwig@...>|
|Date:||Friday, December 12, 2003, 6:38|
Thank you very much.
I'm quite fluent in Pascal, so I hope it won't be too
You've given me a great deal of food for thought in
your previous post. Typography is, indeed, an
interesting topic. I first took an interst in it when
I took a print shop class in high school and learned
to set type by hand. But I haven't learned much of
anything about digital typography so it's pretty new
--- Christophe Grandsire
> OK, found it! :)) And to simplify things, instead of
> sending it (it's quite
> a big file), I've put it at
> Just go there to
> download it (this way anyone interested can read it
> :) ).
> Please note that besides Pascal, you may want to
> brush up on the WEB
> documentation language, in which the source is
> actually written (like
> Docstrip for LaTeX packages, WEB is a high-level
> wrapper language allowing
> inline documentation and thus literate programming.
> The same source can be
> compiled to create the doc as well as to create the
> actual source the
> Pascal compiler wants. Since I don't know exactly
> how it works, please
> excuse any error in what I just wrote).
> Christophe Grandsire.
> You need a straight mind to invent a twisted