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Linux Libertine for XeLaTeX and LuaLaTeX

This directory contains all necessary files to use the free
Linux Libertine family with LaTeX and the engines LuaTeX and
XeTeX. For PDFTeX look at the package "libertine-legacy"
which you can also find CTAN in the directory

There is currently only documentation in German available.

In short: write
in your LaTeX preamble and your document uses Linux Libertine

Preliminary English documentation will be available on the wiki:

Bug reporting
If you have found a bug in the fonts, please report them to
the issue tracker on http://linuxlibertine.sourceforge.net/
(-> sourceforge -> Tracker -> Bugs)

If you think the LaTeX package has a bug, please report it to
the bug tracker on github https://github.com/pgundlach/linuxlibertine
or send an email to the current maintainer.

If unsure, send an email to the maintainer (see below).

The fonts are created by Philipp Poll (gillian at linuxlibertine.org)
and are licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public
License (Version 2, with font exception) and under the terms of the
Open Font License. For details look into the doc/ directory of the
distribution or on the sourceforge page.

The package was originally written by Michael Niedermair and is now
maintained by Patrick Gundlach. The package is licensed under the
terms of the LaTeX Project Public License version 1.3c, in
detail in the doc/ directory.

Other information
The current maintainer is Patrick Gundlach, patrick@gundla.ch
The font's original home: http://www.linuxlibertine.org/
The development page of the LaTeX package: https://github.com/pgundlach/linuxlibertine
CTAN location: http://mirror.ctan.org/fonts/libertineotf
CTAN A-Z entry: http://www.ctan.org/pkg/libertineotf
Package version: 8
Release date: 2012-04-07
Fonts verson: 5.13

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (15.1M).

libertineotf – Linux Libertine fonts for use with Lua and

The Linux-Libertine project offers a font family with a wide range of shapes, and support of several alphabets (including Latin, Cyrillic, Greek and Hebrew).

This bundle provides the fonts in OpenType format (see libertine-type1 and biolinum-type1 packages for a release in Adobe Type 1 format).

The bundle is now obsolete, being replaced by the libertine package.

LicensesGNU General Public License, version 2
MaintainerPatrick Gundlach
Michael Niedermair (inactive)
TopicsFont support
Sans Font
OTF Font
Body Font
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