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          Ibycus4, version 4.5 as of 2004-10-27
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                 Pierre MacKay <mackay at cs.washington.edu>
                     Walter Schmidt <w-a-schmidt at gmx.net>
                     

Overview
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Ibycus4 is a Greek typeface, based on Silvio Levy's
realization of a classic Didot cut of Greek type from around
1800.  It is accompanied by a set of macro packages to use
it with Plain TeX or LaTeX 2e.

See the file NEWS for a summary of the latest changes.


Installing
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The below installation instructions assume a TDS-compliant
TeX system, in particular teTeX or MikTeX.  The directory
name "texmf" refers to the root directory of a TDS directory
tree.  In case your TeX systems has more than one directory
tree, its documentation should tell you where to install new
files.

In case you have installed a previous release of the Ibycus4
system, delete

* the directory 
  texmf/fonts/vf/public/ibycus/ 

* the file 
  texmf/dvips/iby.map

* and the files
  texmf/fonts/tfm/public/ibycus4/fibo.pl
  texmf/fonts/tfm/public/ibycus4/fibo.tfm
  texmf/fonts/tfm/public/ibycus4/fibr.pl
  texmf/fonts/tfm/public/ibycus4/fibr.tfm
  texmf/fonts/type1/public/ibycushtg-regular.pfb (or .pfa)
  
before installing the new release.

To install Ibycus 4, v4.5, 

  * Copy the everything from the directories doc, fonts and 
  tex of the distribution to the corresponding directories 
  texmf/doc, texmf/fonts and texmf/tex of your TeX system.

  * Update the file name data base of your TeX system (if
  applicable),

  * Add the information from the font mapping file
  texmf/fonts/map/dvips/ibycus4/iby.map to the configuration
  of dvips, pdfTeX and related programs.  
  See the documentation of your TeX system for the details.
  In particular, your TeX system may expect map files in a
  different directory such as texmf/dvips/config; move
  iby.map to that directory, if necessary.
  Make sure that there is no further file named "iby.map"
  from a previous Ibycus version around!

Finally read the text file README, which should have been
installed in the directory texmf/doc/generic/ibycus4/ of the
TDS directory tree.  It describes the usage of the Ibycus4
system.


License
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 Copyright (c) 1992--2004 Pierre A. MacKay 

See the file COPYING (GNU General Public License) for
license conditions.  As a special exception, permission is
granted to include the font programs fibr84.pfb and
fibb84.pfb in a Postscript or PDF document that contains
text to be displayed or printed using these fonts,
regardless of the conditions or license applying to the
document itself.

== finis

Direc­to­ries

Name Notes
doc
fonts
tex

Files

Name Size Date Notes
COPYING 18009 2001-02-13 02:21
NEWS 1539 2004-10-27 12:00
README 2728 2004-10-27 12:00

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iby­grk – Fonts and macros to type­set an­cient Greek

Iby­cus is a Greek type­face, based on Sil­vio Levy’s re­al­i­sa­tion of a clas­sic Di­dot cut of Greek type from around 1800. The fonts are avail­able both as source and in Adobe Type 1 for­mat.

This dis­tri­bu­tion of iby­cus is ac­com­pa­nied by a set of macro pack­ages to use it with Plain TeX or LaTeX, but for use with Ba­bel, see the iby­cus-ba­bel pack­age.

Pack­age De­tailsiby­grk
Ver­sion4.5
Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainerPierre A. MacKay
Wal­ter Sch­midt
Con­tained inTeXlive as iby­grk
MikTeX as iby­cus4
Topics fonts them­selves
sup­port for type­set­ting Greek
font for Greek (ar­chaic, clas­si­cal and mod­ern)
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