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CTAN Update: LM fonts v.1.106

Date: February 3, 2008 1:49:53 PM CET
On Thu, 31 Jan 2008 at 22:32 +0100, Staszek Wawrykiewicz submitetd an updaet to the lm fonts package. Loaction on CTAN: fonts/lm > Package: Latin Modern fonts > Version: 1.106 (Jan 22 2008) > Authors: Bogus\l{}aw Jackowski and Janusz M. Nowacki > License: GUST Font License > Location on CTAN: fonts/lm > > Recent changes: > * the `size' feature (opical sizing) implemented in the OTF files; > this triggered a chain of changes of internal names in order to > provide adequate family grouping (complying nolens volens with > the "4-member family" paradigm) and resulted eventually in > a completely new naming scheme > * beware of the change of the OTF file names > * beware of the change of the PostScript Type 1 internal font names > * ligatures I_J and i_j are now available (in OTFs; feature `liga') only > for Dutch; similarly, the ligature f_k -- for Polish; the `locl' feature > reimplemented -- using an artificial glyph i.TRK is no longer needed > * the metric bugs corrected; > and some more meaningful fixes and enhancements
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf

lm – Latin modern fonts in outline formats

The Latin Modern family of fonts consists of 72 text fonts and 20 mathematics fonts, and is based on the Computer Modern fonts released into public domain by AMS (copyright © 1997 AMS). The lm font set contains a lot of additional characters, mainly accented ones, but not exclusively. There is one set of fonts, available both in Adobe Type 1 format (*.pfb) and in OpenType format (*.otf). There are five sets of Font Metric files, corresponding to: Cork encoding (cork-*.tfm); QX encoding (qx-*.tfm); ’n’ANSI aka LY1 encoding (texnansi-*.tfm); T5 (Vietnamese) encoding (t5-*.tfm); and Text Companion for EC fonts aka TS1 (ts1-*.tfm).

Packagelm
Version2.004
Copyright2003–2009 B. Jackowski and J.M. Nowacki
MaintainerBogusław Jackowski
Janusz Marian Nowacki

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