Index of /fonts/ptex-fontmaps/jis04cmap_exp
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[DIR] Parent Directory 28-Dec-2020 00:11 - [   ] JISX0213-2004-H 27-Dec-2020 23:28 143k [   ] JISX0213-2004-V 27-Dec-2020 23:28 3k [   ] cmapdec.lua 27-Dec-2020 23:28 1k [   ] jis-h04-httk.pdf 27-Dec-2020 23:28 422k [TXT] jis-h04-httk.tex 27-Dec-2020 23:28 2k [   ] jis-v04-vttk.pdf 27-Dec-2020 23:28 69k [TXT] jis-v04-vttk.tex 27-Dec-2020 23:28 2k [TXT] jisx0213-2004-8bit-s..> 27-Dec-2020 23:28 305k [   ] mk_jis_to_aj16_cid.lua 27-Dec-2020 23:28 21k

An experiment for generating CMap-like "2004-{H,V}"
                                              2013.4.3 Hironori KITAGAWA

This is an experiment for generating CMap-like "2004-{H,V}",
which maps JIS X 0213:2004 8-bit code to Adobe-Japan1-6,
using the following information:
 * "Mapping table between JIS X 0213:2004 8-bit code and Unicode"
 * UniJIS2004-UTF32-{H,V}: by Adobe
 * "fwid" feature table of Kozuka Mincho Pr6N R

 $ texlua mk_jis_to_aj16_cid.lua
obtains two generated files, "2004-H" and "2004-V".


 * JIS X 0213:2004 has several characters which is not expressible 
   by one Unicode character. For them, we use another table (nonuni_cid).
 * Because we use JIS X 0213:2004 8-bit code, 
   plane 2 of JIS X 0213 is located on 0xA1A1--0xFEFE.
 * We prefer full-width variant glyphs, except for 0x2900--0x2B7E.

 * We didn't simply composite three tables which are described above,
   but did several fine adjustments by hand.
   See "replace(...)" lines in the script.


 * mk_jis_to_aj16_cid.lua: main script
 * cmapdec.lua:            subroutine
 * jisx0213-2004-8bit-std.txt
          "Mapping table between JIS X 0213:2004 8-bit code and Unicode"

 * jis-h04-httk.{tex,pdf}: comparison between 2004-H and JISX0213-2004-H
 * jis-v04-vttk.{tex,pdf}: comparison between 2004-V and JISX0213-2004-V

 * 2004-{H,V}:             generated CMap-like files