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README.txt
LaTeX package mathfont version 2.0 installation information.

This file is README.txt from version 2.0 of the free and
open-source LaTeX package "mathfont," to be used with the
XeTeX or LuaTeX engines. The package is designed to adapt
text fonts for use in math mode, and if you typeset your
document with LuaLaTeX, mathfont adds resizable delimiters,
big operators, and a MathConstants table to your font.

Besides this file, the installation contains the following
items:

  (1) mathfont_code.dtx: the primary file. Run this file 
      through LaTeX to generate mathfont.sty and complete 
      the installation.

  (2) mathfont_code.pdf: documentation of the package code.

  (3) mathfont_symbol_list.pdf: a list of symbols that 
      mathfont provides access to.

  (4) mathfont_user_guide.pdf: a user guide.

  (5) four files called mathfont_example_<fontname>.pdf:
      example files showing mathfont in action.

To install mathfont automatically, update your TeXLive or
MacTeX distribution or use a package manager such as tlmgr.
To install mathfont manually, run mathfont_code.dtx through
LaTeX and move the derived file mathfont.sty to a directory
searchable by TeX.

Copyright 2018-2021 by Conrad Kosowsky

This file may be distributed and modified under the terms 
of the LaTeX Public Project License, version 1.3c or any 
later version. The most recent version of this license is 
available online at

          https://www.latex-project.org/lppl/.

This Work has the LPPL status "maintained," and the current
maintainer is the package author, Conrad Kosowsky. He can 
be reached at kosowsky.latex@gmail.com. The Work consists 
of the following items:

  (1) the base file:
        mathfont_code.dtx

  (2) the package file:
        mathfont.sty

  (3) the derived files:
        mathfont_doc_patch.tex
        mathfont_equations.tex
        mathfont_example_cormorant.tex
        mathfont_example_kelvinch.tex
        mathfont_example_roboto.tex
        mathfont_example_typey.tex
        mathfont_heading.tex
        mathfont_symbol_list.tex
        mathfont_user_guide.tex

  (4) the pdf documentation files:
        mathfont_code.pdf,
        mathfont_example_cormorant.pdf
        mathfont_example_kelvinch.pdf
        mathfont_example_roboto.pdf
        mathfont_example_typey.pdf
        mathfont_symbol_list.pdf
        mathfont_user_guide.pdf

  (5) all other files created through the configuration
      process

  (6) the associated README.txt file

THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS 
OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES 
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 
IF THE SOFTWARE IS DEFECTIVE, YOU AGREE TO ASSUME THE 
COST FOR ANY REPAIR OR CORRECTION.

BY USING OR DISTRIBUTING THIS SOFTWARE, YOU AGREE 
TO RELEASE THE PACKAGE AUTHOR FROM ANY LIABILITY FOR 
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF YOUR USE OF THE SOFTWARE. YOU
AGREE TO DO SO TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT ALLOWED UNDER
APPLICABLE LAW AND EVEN IF THE PACKAGE AUTHOR HAS 
BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.

See also the "No Warranty" section of the LaTeX Project 
Public License. In releasing the package author from 
liability, you also release from liability any third 
parties who distribute the software under the terms 
of the LaTeX Project Public License. Derivative works 
based on this package may come with their own license or
terms of use, and the package author is not responsible 
for any third-party software.

The Work does not include any fonts, and the installation
does not contain any font files. The fonts Bona Nova, 
Cormorant, Crimson, Kelvinch, Overpass, STIXGeneral, and 
Typey McTypeface have released under the SIL Open Font 
License and are used pursuant to that license. The font 
Roboto has been released under the Apache License and is 
used pursuant to that license.

For more information, see mathfont_code.dtx.

Happy TeXing!

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mathfont – Use TrueType and OpenType fonts in math mode

The mathfont package adapts unicode text fonts for math mode. The package allows the user to specify a default unicode font for different classes of math symbols, and it provides tools to change the font locally for math alphabet characters. When typesetting with Lua, mathfont adds resizable delimiters, big operators, and a MathConstants table to text fonts.

Packagemathfont
Version2.0 2021-12-28
LicensesThe Project Public License 1.3c
Copyright2018–2021 Conrad Kosowsky
MaintainerConrad Kosowsky
Contained inTeX Live as mathfont
MiKTeX as mathfont
TopicsFont use
Maths
Font management
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