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The "Asana Math" OpenType font includes all mathematical symbols
included in the latest version of Unicode. It includes a MATH t
able as an extension to OpenType that would enable selecting glyphs 
for stretchy operators in a not-so-font-specific manner. It has 
been successfully tested with XeTeX 0.9997.4 and Word 2007/2010. 
The font was constructed using glyphs from the pxfonts of Young Ryu 
while many symbols were designed by the author. The name  Asana 
(Ἀσάνα, Asána) is the name of the mythological goddess Athena in 
the Doric dialect. The font is almost finished, but it is quite 
possible that users may find bugs and/or problems. Anyone who will 
find a bug or a problem, should contact the author and report her 
findings. The TrueType version of the font is provided for people
using Word and should not be included in a standard TeX installation.

Apostolos Syropoulos
Xanthi, Greece
July 5, 2011


Name Size Date Notes
Asana-Math.otf 428268 2013-09-22 07:45:30
Asana-Math.ttf 498180 2013-09-22 07:45:15
FontLog.txt 1270 2013-09-22 07:45:30
README 922 2011-07-05 05:01:00

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asana-math – A font to type­set maths in X(La)TeX and Lua(La)TeX

The Asana-Math font is an OpenType font that in­cludes al­most all math­e­mat­i­cal Uni­code sym­bols and it can be used to type­set math­e­mat­i­cal text with any soft­ware that can un­der­stand the MATH OpenType ta­ble (e.g., XTeX 0.997 and Mi­crosoft Word 2007).

The font is beta soft­ware.

Type­set­ting sup­port for use with LaTeX is pro­vided by the fontspec and uni­code-math pack­ages.

Li­censeThe SIL Open Font Li­cense
Copy­right2007,2011 Apos­to­los Sy­ropou­los
Main­tainerApos­to­los Sy­ropou­los
Con­tained inTeXLive as Asana-Math
MiKTeX as asana-math
Topics fonts for use in math­e­mat­ics
fonts them­selves
font in OpenType for­mat
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