The PostScript fonts in this distribution were derived from Inconsolata-Regular.ttf, v.1.013, and Inconsolata-Bold.ttf, v.1.014, downloaded from googlefonts.com. Both were converted to PostScript format and nine glyphs were added to each, providing upright single and double quotes, a more shapely lower-case l series, and horizontal arrows. As Inconsolata-Regular.ttf is offered under the SIL font licence, so is the derived font Inconsolatazi4-Regular.pfb. Inconsolata-Bold.ttf was released under the Apache 2 licence, and so therefore is the derived font Inconsolatazi4-Bold.pfb. The TeX font metrics, virtual fonts and font definition files for Inconsolata, i.e., the other files in the archive Inconsolata.zip, may be distributed and/or modified under the conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either version 1.3 of this license or (at your option) any later version. The latest version of this license is in http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt and version 1.3 or later is part of all distributions of LaTeX version 2003/12/01 or later. Those files and LaTeX support file zi4.sty are Copyright (c) 2013 Michael Sharpe Files provided "as is", with no warranties. Version: 1.03 Changes in version 1.03 (1) Added ss01, ss02 and ss03 tables to the otf versions, providing options for glyph variants under fontspec. (2) Corrections to some of the fd files affecting bold weight. Changes in version 1.02 (1) The otf versions of the fonts were modified so their names and properties are better-behaved than the original ones. (Thanks to Greg' Ar Tourter for very useful feedback.) Changes in version 1.01 (1) Added the ts1 tfms and fd that were inadvertently omitted from version 1.0. (2) Added inconsolata.sty to doc/fonts/inconsolata. It is essentially a copy of zi4.sty, and should be copied to your personal texmf tree if you wish to retain the old name. (3) Added the otf versions of the fonts to the distribution. Installation: Mac OS X: To install, open a Terminal window and cd to inside the downloaded TDS folder. Method A (recommended): type sudo mkdir -p /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local/web2c sudo cp -Rfp * /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local sudo echo Map zi4.map >> /usr/local/texlive/texmf-local/web2c/updmap.cfg sudo mktexlsr sudo -H updmap-sys Method B: If you insist on making your font installations in your home folder, potentially making your personal installation become out of sync with updates to TeXLive, use instead (i) if you checked Update for All Users in TeXLive utility cp -Rfp * ~/Library/texmf then updmap --enable Map=zi4.map (ii) otherwise cp -Rfp * ~/Library/texmf then sudo updmap-sys --enable Map=zi4.map Linux: Very similar to Mac OS X. MikTeX: Copy the Inconsolata-zi4.tds.zip to the root of the folder you use for personal additions to the TeX trees, open a command window, chdir to that folder, and type unzip Inconsolata-zi4.tds initexmf --update-fndb initexmf --edit-config-file updmap The latter command should open updmap.cfg in your default editor, commonly Notepad. Add the line Map zi4.map to updmap.cfg, save and close. Then, in the command window, type initexmf --mkmaps You can ignore error messages that may occur here. This should result in a properly enabled garamondx. Please send comments and bug reports or suggestions for improvement to msharpe at ucsd dot edu
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inconsolata – A monospaced font, with support files for use with TeX
Inconsolata is a monospaced font designed by Raph Levien. This package contains the font (in both Adobe Type 1 and OpenType formats) in regular and bold weights, with additional glyphs and options to control slashed zero, upright quotes and a shapelier lower-case L, plus metric files for use with TeX, and LaTeX font definition and other relevant files.
Package documentation and font tables
|License||The SIL Open Font License|
|Contained in||TeXLive as inconsolata|
|MiKTeX as inconsolata|
font available in Adobe Type 1 format
font in OpenType format