From: David Carlisle <>
Subject: December LaTeX Release
Date: 1995/12/14
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organization: Manchester University Mathematics Department
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December 1995 LaTeX Release

The LaTeX3 Project is pleased to announce that the December Release is
now available from the ctan hosts and will reach mirrors in due course.

The following ctan directories are updated

tex-archive/macros/latex/base             %  The core LaTeX sources
tex-archive/macros/latex/unpacked         %  The core LaTeX sources, `unpacked'

tex-archive/macros/latex/packages/tools   %  The `tools' `graphics' and
tex-archive/macros/latex/packages/graphics%  `mfnfss' collections of
tex-archive/macros/latex/packages/mfnfss  %  Standard LaTeX packages.

As usual the main features of the new release are documented in the
newsletter ltnews04.tex.

Two points deserve special mention here:

* Unpacking this release should take significantly less time than has
  been the case for previous LaTeX releases.
  This is due to a new implementation of the docstrip utility that has
  been contributed by Marcin Woli\'nski.

* When using Computer Modern Fonts in the `T1' (`Cork') encoding,
  LaTeX will now assume the font names of release 1.2 of the dc fonts
  which occurred earlier this year.

  If you still have the old dc fonts then you must unpack the file
  to produce suitable fd files using the old font names.
  This is documented in the installation guide, install.txt, but is
  mentioned here as it differs from previous releases.
  The test document ltxcheck.tex will report any problems with dc
  fonts if the LaTeX format does not appear to match the fonts you
  have installed at your site.

David Carlisle
For the LaTeX3 Project

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