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Bug fixes: CTAN files givbc10.pfb and etr10.pfb

Date: May 19, 2009 4:42:17 PM CEST
pe­ter wil­son wrote: > I have up­loaded (bi­nary) givbc10.pfb and etr10.pfb to UK > in­com­ing. Please use givbc10.pfb to re­place the cur­rent > fonts/ar­chaic/givbc10.pfb and etr10.pfb to re­place > fonts/ar­chaic/etr10.pfb. > > Th­ese changes are to cor­rect the orig­i­nal file nam­ing/con­tents > mis­match. > > I sup­pose this should be an­nounced as it cor­rects a prob­lem noted > with TeXLive (and hence CTAN). i have in­stalled the fixed ver­sions of these fonts; thanks for the up­load. the fonts are part of the ar­chaic fonts bun­dle, whose cat­a­logue en­try may be viewed at http://www.tex.ac.uk/tex-archive/help/Cat­a­logue/en­tries/ar­chaic.html links to the sep­a­rate font cat­a­logue en­tries may be seen on that page ("greek 4th cen­tury bce" and "etr­uscan"). Robin Fair­bairns For the CTAN team

ar­chaic – A col­lec­tion of ar­chaic fonts

The col­lec­tion con­tains fonts to rep­re­sent Ara­maic, Cypriot, Etr­uscan, Greek of the 6th and 4th cen­turies BCE, Egyp­tian hi­ero­glyph­ics, Lin­ear A, Lin­ear B, Na­batean old Per­sian, the Phais­tos disc, Phoeni­cian, proto-Semitic, runic, South Ara­bian Ugaritic and Vik­ing scripts.

The bun­dle also in­cludes a small font for use in pho­netic tran­scrip­tion of the ar­chaic writ­ings. The bun­dle's own di­rec­tory in­cludes a font in­stal­la­tion map file for the whole col­lec­tion.

Main­tainerApos­to­los Sy­ropou­los
Peter R. Wil­son
Uwe Zim­mer­mann



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