CMCYR Font package CMCYR fonts is extension for Computer Modern Knuth's fonts by russian letters (66 letters, <<, >>, and russian numbersign). These fonts are in MetaFont sources and in ATM Compatible Type 1 font format. In this reason using these fonts is direct way to produce PDF from russian mathematical compuscripts. These fonts are in KOI-7 encoding. However, there are virtual fonts that merge CMCYR fonts together with CM fonts according to four russian eight-bit encodings: xcm... - CP866 (MS-DOS Alternative) wcm... - CP1251 (Windows Encoding) kcm... - KOI-8 ycm... - ISO 8859-5 Originally, these fonts was designed with MetaFont by N. Glonty and A. Samarin. Later, these fonts was converted by B. Malyshev into ATM compatible PostScript Type 1 font format. These fonts are in PUBLIC DOMAIN. Any comments can be sent to Basil K. Malyshev (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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cmcyr – Computer Modern fonts with cyrillic extensions
These are the Computer Modern fonts extended with Russian letters, in METAFONT sources and ATM Compatible Type 1 format. The fonts are provided in KOI-7, but virtual fonts are available to recode them to three other Russian 8-bit encodings.
|License||Public Domain Software|
|Contained in||TeXLive as cmcyr|
|MiKTeX as cmcyr|
fonts for Cyrillic and related scripts|