concrete – Concrete Roman fonts
Concrete Roman fonts, designed by Donald E. Knuth, originally for use with Euler mathematics fonts. Alternative mathematics fonts, based on the concrete ‘parameter set’ are available as the concmath fonts bundle.
|Copyright||1987–1999 Donald E. Knuth|
|Maintainer||Donald E. Knuth|
|Contained in||TeX Live as concrete|
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