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Direc­tory fonts/cyrillic/scyrillic

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This directory contains version 2.0 of the Cyrillic fonts created by
Nana Glonti and Alexander Samarin at the Institute for High Energy
Physics, Protvino, USSR.  (email: SAMARIN@VXCERN.DECNET.CERN.CH)

I renamed the fonts at Alex's suggestions to follow the font naming
scheme described in ftp.cs.umb.edu
[192.12.26.23]:pub/tex/fontname/fontname.texi.

The non-typeface-specific Cyrillic files are:

cycoding.mf        assign character positions
cyrillic.mf        driver file + kerning table
cyitall.mf         lower case italic letters
cyrl.mf            lower case letters
cyru.mf            upper case letters
cytextit.mf        driver file for italic


Here is the list of the typeface names with their meanings, and the
sizes at which they are available.  You can also use these fonts with
the sauter distribution, to make the fonts at any point size: get
ftp.cs.umb.edu:pub/tex/sauter.tar.Z.

cmbizx 10		# bold italic extended
cmbozx 10		# bold slanted extended
cmbszx 10		# bold sans extended
cmbz 10			# bold
cmbzx 5 6 7 8 9 10 12	# bold extended
czssq 8			# sans serif ``quotation''
czssqi 8		# sans serif italic ``quotation''
cmdszc 10		# demibold sans condensed
cmrcz 8 9 10		# small caps
cmrisz 8 9 10 12 17	# italic sans
cmritz 10		# italic typewriter
cmriz 7 8 9 10 12	# italic
cmrotz 10		# slanted typewriter
cmroz 8 9 10 12		# slanted
cmrsz 8 9 10 12 17	# sans
cmrtz 8 9 10 12		# typewriter
cmruz 10		# unslanted italic
cmrz 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 17	# regular


karl@cs.umb.edu

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scyril­lic – A fam­ily of cyril­lic fonts

This fam­ily (dis­tributed as source) pro­vides a ba­sic set of cyril­lic glyphs, in an en­cod­ing that (ap­par­ently) only this fam­ily uses.

Pack­age De­tailsscyril­lic
Ver­sion 1992-06-05
Li­censeUn­known Sta­tus, No In­for­ma­tion Avail­able
Main­tainerAlexan­der Sa­marin
Nana Glonti
Topics fonts dis­tributed as source
fonts for Cyril­lic and re­lated scripts
fonts them­selves
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