CTAN Update: GFS Didot
Support of TS1 encoding (by borrowing the missing characters from TeX Gyre Pagella using virtual fonts). New corrected files for OT1 and LGR encodings. Numerous bug corrections for accented letters and all the characters located above slot 127 in the encodings.
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/gfsdidot The package’s files themselves can be inspected at http://mirror.ctan.org/fonts/greek/gfs/gfsdidot/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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GFS – The GFS font collection
The Greek Font Society has made a large number of fonts publicly available, and this collection reflects those that have been adapted, by Tsolomitis and others, for use with LaTeX. The collection comprises:
- GFS Artemisia, a relatively modern general-purpose font;
- GFS Baskerville, based on Baskerville’s classic font;
- GFS Bodoni, based on Bodoni’s 19th century work;
- GFS Didot, based on Didot’s 1805 font;
- GFS Neo-Hellenic, a version of a font developed in Britain in the early 20th century; and
- GFS Porson, developed from the early 19th century font based on Porson’s writing.
The fonts, except Baskerville and Porson, support the Latin alphabet as well as the Greek alphabet. Neo Hellenic has been matched to the existing CM bright set of mathematics fonts.
|Maintainer||The Greek Font Society|
George D. Matthiopoulos