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texlive-dvipdfmx - An extended version of dvipdfm… more info»
Copyright 2008 TeX Users Group. You may freely use, modify and/or distribute this file. These files are about dealing with the ToUnicode feature for CJK fonts. They were created by Jin-Hwan Cho for (e.g.) dvipdfmx: EUC-UCS2: can be used for ToUnicode cmap from EUC -> UCS2. UniKSCms-UCS2-H(V): supplements Adobe's UniKS-UCS2-H(V), which miss some symbols. UTF8-UCS2: from http://project.ktug.or.kr/dvipdfmx/sample/misc/UTF8-UCS2, The file is important to have right bookmarks in uplatex + dvipdfmx. Background (from ChoF): KSC stands for "Korean Standard Characters". The very popular encoding of Korean characters is "KSC5601". It was extended to "KSX1001". Usually we say "EUC-KR" for this encoding. However, this encoding does not include full current Korean characters, so Microsoft made a new encoding "CP949". It is also called "KSCms" or "UHC" (Unified Hangul Characters) too.