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README for littex

* What is it?

Lithuanian language support package for TeX.

Provides:

- Lithuanian hyphenation
- Lithuanian adds for Babel
- Lithuanian TeX fonts for lmr and urwvn font families
- examples for making Lithuanian TeX fonts with fontinst
- extra tools for inputenc

* Instalation (based on teTeX 3.0 and TDS 1.1)

1. Copy texmf stuff from archive to TEXMFLOCAL.
   (You can find TEXMFLOCAL location by using kpsewhich:
    kpsewhich -expand-var='$TEXMFLOCAL').
   Run mktexlsr.

2. Manage map files: 

   * updmap --enable Map $TEXMFLOCAL/fonts/map/dvips/lt/l7x-lm.map 
     (for current user) 
   * updmap-sys --enable Map $TEXMFLOCAL/fonts/map/dvips/lt/l7x-lm.map 
     (for all users) 
     
   * updmap --enable Map $TEXMFLOCAL/fonts/map/dvips/lt/l7x-urwvn.map 
     (for current user) 
   * updmap-sys --enable Map $TEXMFLOCAL/fonts/map/dvips/lt/l7x-urwvn.map 
     (for all users)
     
3. Manage hyphenation (TeX formats):

   Get current language.dat and language.def locations
   >kpsewhich language.dat
   >kpsewhich language.def

   Get language.lt.dat and language.lt.def locations
   >kpsewhich language.lt.dat
   >kpsewhich language.lt.def

   Copy language.dat to language.lt.dat location and add record from
   language.lt.dat to language.dat
   
   Copy language.def to language.lt.def location and add record from
   language.lt.def to language.def
   
   Run mktexlsr.

   * fmtutil --all
     (for current user)    
   * fmtutil-sys --all
     (for all users)         

That's all! 


* More info

General information about this package is at: 

   http://www.vtex.lt/tex/littex/

Enjoy Lithuanian TeXing!

7 September 2006
Sigitas Tolu\v{s}is