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Libertinus fonts

![Sample of Libertinus fonts](documentation/preview.png)

***This project is in maintenance mode. Only bug reports will be considered, or
feature requests accompanied by pull requests.***

Libertinus fonts is a fork of the Linux Libertine and Linux Biolinum fonts that
started as an OpenType math companion of the Libertine font family. It has grown
to a full fork to address some of the bugs in the fonts. Thanks to Frédéric
Wang for coming up with the name Libertinus.

Libertinus was forked from the 5.3.0 (2012-07-02) release of Linux Libertine fonts.

The family consists of:

* Libertinus Serif: forked from *Linux Libertine*.
* Libertinus Sans: forked from *Linux Biolinum*.
* Libertinus Mono: forked from *Linux Libertine Mono*.
* Libertinus Math: an OpenType math font for use in OpenType math-capable
  applications (like LuaTeX, XeTeX or MS Word 2007+).

Libertinus fonts are available under the terms of the Open Font License version

A zip file containing the font files can be downloaded from the 
“[Releases](https://github.com/alif-type/libertinus/releases)” page
of the project on GitHub.

To build the fonts, you need GNU Make, [FontForge][1] with Python support, the
[FontTools][2] Python module, and the [pcpp][3] Python module. The latest
versions of FontForge and FontTools are preferred.

To build the fonts:


To build the PDF samples you need [fntsample][4], and then:

    make doc

The source files are under the `sources` subdirectory. The `.sfd` files are
FontForge source font format and should be edited with FontForge. The `.fea`
files are Adobe feature files and should be edited by a plain text editor.

After modifying the SFD files, they should be normalized with:

    make normalize

(Make sure to save a copy of the SFD files before running this tool. The
simplest way is to commit the SFD files, normalize, check the diffs and verify
they are OK, then `git commit --amend` the changes).

We keep the generated fonts under version control, so the last step is to run
`make` and commit the modified sources and the generated fonts.

Generating the fonts for each commit is preferred, but not absolutely required.

[1]: https://fontforge.github.io
[2]: https://github.com/fonttools/fonttools
[3]: https://github.com/ned14/pcpp
[4]: https://github.com/eugmes/fntsample

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (6.9M).

lib­ert­i­nus-fonts – The Lib­ert­i­nus font fam­ily

This is a fork of the Linux Lib­er­tine and Linux Bi­olinum fonts that started as an OpenType math com­pan­ion of the Lib­er­tine font fam­ily, but grown as a full fork to ad­dress some of the bugs in the fonts.

The fam­ily con­sists of:

  • Lib­ert­i­nus Serif: forked from Linux Lib­er­tine.
  • Lib­ert­i­nus Sans: forked from Linux Bi­olinum.
  • Lib­ert­i­nus Mono: forked from Linux Lib­er­tine Mono.
  • Lib­ert­i­nus Math: an OpenType math font for use in OpenType math-ca­pa­ble ap­pli­ca­tions like Lua, or MS Word 2007+.

Bug trackerhttps://github.com/lib­ert­i­nus-fonts/lib­ert­i­nus/is­sues
Li­censesThe SIL Open Font Li­cense
Copy­right2003–2012 Philipp H. Poll
2012–2017 The Lib­ert­i­nus Project Authors
Main­tainerKhaled Hosny
Con­tained inTeX Live as lib­ert­i­nus-fonts
MiKTeX as lib­ert­i­nus-fonts
TopicsMaths Font
OTF Font
Sans Font
Monospaced Font
Font serif
Pro­por­tional Font
Mul­tilin­gual Font
Body Font
See alsolibertinus-otf
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