Release Notes: Fixes were made for a number of minor issues, including MS Windows build and better handling of the encoding tables. Improvements were made in the auto-vectorization algorithm.
Release Notes: This version includes a fix for a packaging error (the app/TeX subdirectory was missing in 3.4.2), and a couple of enhancements to the forceiso script.
Release Notes: This release has new scripts and a map for LaTex support. There are fixes for the empty contours, divergence of UniqueID, a missing "/" in the conversion script, and permissions of directories being installed.
Release Notes: Two experimental implementations of autotracing for bitmaps were added: one with the Autotrace library (it sucks horribly) and a homegrown implementation (it works much better). Bugs were fixed for a crash in the new outline smoothing code (on small thin contours) and diagnostics for another crash, a crash on degenerate contours, a crash on bitmaps of zero dimensions, a BDF reader failure on redefintion of the properties, a crash on BDF glyphs with 0 size, a hang when guessing the boldness of some fonts, and confused scaling coefficients in composite glyphs.
Release Notes: Fixes for breakage in the "adobestd" language and the scaling problems with Ascender and Descender in the AFM files.
Release Notes: Better Cyrillic encoding tables, selection of the base TTF encodings for use with external maps, improved hinting, fixes for bugs in the metrics printout and font code (over)optimisation, and other small features and fixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes spurious aborts when guessing the font encodings and other lesser problems. Its has been tested with FreeType-2.0.
Release Notes: This release fixes 2 bugs from 3.3.* that caused rare crashes, removes from the output file the comments that crashed dvips, adds man pages, install/uninstall scripts, explicit selection of multibyte fonts PID/EID/plane, and support for external t1asm, and improves the glyph banner script. ttf2pfa is obsolete and no longer included.
Release Notes: The invisible changes in 3.3.0 came to fruition in 3.3.1: it got the second font parser, based on the FreeType library, that can read more types of files. A couple of rare crashes have been fixed too, the Windows port is buildable again, and the RPM spec file has been updated.
Release Notes: This release includes euro sign support, improved makefiles for Windows, support for multi-level composite glyphs, vastly improved processing of the outlines which is done mostly in floating point now, and one important but yet mostly invisible change, a modular interface for font parsers.