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Direc­tory fonts/inriafonts

Inria fonts

version: 1.0 (January 2019)
author:  Nicolas Markey <inriafonts@markey.fr>
foundry: Black[Foundry] (https://black-foundry.com/)
license: SIL Open Font License   (see license-SIL-OFL.txt for details)
	 LaTeX Project Public License

Inria is  a free  font designed by  Black[Foundry] for  Inria research
institute. The  font is available for  free.  It comes Serif  and Sans
Serif, each with 3 weights and matching italics.

Using these  fonts with  XĂÄLATEX and  LuaLATEX is  easy, by  using the
fontspec package;  we refer to the documentation  of fontspec for more
information. The  present package  provides a way  of using  them with
LaTeX and  pdfLaTeX: it provides  two style files,  InriaSerif.sty and
InriaSans.sty, together with  the postscript version of  the fonts and
their associated files. These were created using autoinst.

To  install  on  a  TDS-compliant   TEX  system,  first  download  the
inriafonts.tds.zip file  from CTAN, and  unzip it  at the root  of the
texmf  tree  where  you  want  to install  the  font.  Then  add  maps
InriaSerif.map and InriaSans.map  to updmap, and update  the font maps
and list of files.

The original fonts are available in OpenType format at
These fonts (as well as their Type1 version) are distributed under the
SIL Open  Font License  v1.10.  The support  files were  created using
autoinst, and are distributed under the LaTeX Project Public License.

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (4.3M).

in­ri­a­fonts – In­ria fonts with sup­port

In­ria is a free font de­signed by Black[Foundry] for In­ria re­search in­sti­tute. The font is avail­able for free. It comes as Serif and Sans Serif, each with three weights and match­ing ital­ics.

Us­ing these fonts with XeLaTeX and Lua is easy us­ing the fontspec pack­age; we re­fer to the doc­u­men­ta­tion of fontspec for more in­for­ma­tion.

The present pack­age pro­vides a way of us­ing them with and pdf: it pro­vides two style files, In­ri­aSerif.sty and In­ri­aSans.sty, to­gether with the PostScript ver­sion of the fonts and their as­so­ci­ated files. Th­ese were cre­ated us­ing au­toinst.

Li­censesThe SIL Open Font Li­cense
The Project Public Li­cense
Main­tainerNi­co­las Markey
Con­tained inTeX Live as in­ri­a­fonts
MiKTeX as in­ri­a­fonts
Font serif
Sans Font
Body Font
Pro­por­tional Font
OTF Font
Font Type1
Font t1enc
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