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CTAN Update: libertinus

Date: May 13, 2017 10:01:05 PM CEST
Khaled Hosny submitted an update to the libertinus package. Version: 6.3 2017-05-12 License: ofl Summary description: The Libertinus font family Announcement text:
- Add U+231C-231Fi and U+2A7D-2A7E to the math font. - Add script math alphabet based on that of XITS Math font. - Add monospaced math alphabet based on that of cmtt10 font with modified METAFONT parameters to better fit with Libertinus glyphs. - Improve math top accent positions. - Fix spacing of math italic i and j. - Increase the gap between \sum and its limits. - Improved math braces and brackets based on STIX Two Math font. - Disable optical variants of math alphanumerics that were based on the text sup/superscript glyphs as they don’t look good besides being incomplete and inconsistent. - Remove duplicate glyphs that caused broken GPOS generation. - Drop optical bounds (‘opbd’, ‘rtbd’ and ‘lfbd’) features as they were incomplete and virtually unsupported. - Fix text mark placement below O and o. - Fix oldstyle numbers feature in Libertinus Serif Semibold that had wrong glyph mapping for 6, 7, 8 and 9. - Use swash Q when followed by v. - Various consistency fixes to font names and vertical metrics. - Fix placement of the half ring in U+1E9A. - Fix several Libertinus Serif Bold italic alternate glyphs that were not bold. - Fix Libertinus Serif Italic U+2098-2099 (subscript m and n) that looked like superscript circled + and -.
The package’s Catalogue entry can be viewed at https://ctan.org/pkg/libertinus The package’s files themselves can be inspected at http://mirror.ctan.org/fonts/libertinus/
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Petra Rübe-Pugliese
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libertinus – Wrapper to use the correct libertinus package according to the used engine

This package is only a wrapper for the two packages libertinus-type1 (pdf) and libertinus-otf (Lua/XeLaTeX).

The Libertinus fonts are similiar to Libertine and Biolinum, but come with math symbols.

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