garamond-libre – The Garamond Libre font face
Garamond Libre is a free and open-source old-style font family. It is a “true Garamond,” i.e., it is based off the designs of 16th-century French engraver Claude Garamond (also spelled Garamont).
The Roman design is Garamond’s; the italics are from a design by Robert Granjon. The upright Greek font is after a design by Firmin Didot; the “italic” Greek font is after a design by Alexander Wilson.
The font family includes support for Latin, Greek (monotonic and polytonic) and Cyrillic scripts, as well as small capitals, old-style figures, superior and inferior figures, historical ligatures, Byzantine musical symbols, the IPA and swash capitals.
The fonts are provided in OpenType format, and are intended to be used with LuaLaTeX or XeLaTeX via fontspec.
|Copyright||2019–2020 Daniel Benjamin Miller|
|Maintainer||Daniel Benjamin Miller|
|Contained in||TeX Live as garamond-libre|
MiKTeX as garamond-libre
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