I'm compiling a Japanese TeX file written with
CJK.sty, and using the IPA fonts. I used
ttf2tfm to generate
tfm files. Is there a way to tell
pdftex that a set of
tfm files correspond to one Unicode truetype fonts, directly from inside a tex file? I'm currently using
ipamp.map file of the form
ipamp00 <ipamp.ttf <ipamp00.enc ipamp01 <ipamp.ttf <ipamp01.enc ipamp02 <ipamp.ttf <ipamp02.enc ipamp03 <ipamp.ttf <ipamp03.enc ... continuing to ipampff ...
which, I think, is rather stupid. Furthermore, the embedding of the fonts to the pdf file, which is done at the last stage of
pdftex, is very slow. My question then is if there's a better way. For example, for
dvipdfmx, you can just have one line
ipamp@Unicode@ unicode ipamp.ttf
Background: I'm preparing a Japanese TeX file for submission to a preprint server (arXiv) which doesn't unfortunately accept XeTeX or LuaTeX. The server only has the wadalab font for Japanese, which is rather ugly. So I'd like to use IPA instead. The way I described above works, but doesn't sound perfect.