I just tested cvs-PyX together with a self-compiled teTeX-3.0 and found no
errors. Here is what I have tested:
I compiled the pykpathsea, linked it with the teTeX-3.0 kpathsea
library (compiled on debian woody with the ordinary gcc).
The library can find the font files listed in
* the global tex-trees: psfonts.map
* the private tex-trees: psfonts.map
* the private tex-trees: myown.map
The same holds if I use the workaround without compiling the
Also the t1strip compiles cleanly. However, there is one caveat: latex
now uses pdfetex instead of tex, even for dvi output. There is some
code in writet1.c especially written for pdftex -- I do not see if
this has any implications on the working of the font-mechanism.
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