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Bug#224692: general: Hard to find math Fraktur font

On 21-Dec-2003 Steve Langasek wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 21, 2003 at 07:53:29AM +0500, Victor Porton wrote:
>> It is hard to find a font (I'm searching preferably a scalable font for
>> X)
>> which contains math Fraktur symbols (ones used e.g. to denote Lie
>> algebras). Note that Unifont doesn't have these symbols. (These symbols
>> are
>> even above 65536 in Unicode.)
>> Two things need to be done:
>> 1. Add the word Fraktur (it is probably similar in the sense to the word
>> "gothic" but I'm not sure) into desctiption(s) of the appropriate font
>> package(s).
> Have you actually *found* such "appropriate font packages"?  These
> recommendations are all well and good, but help not at all if the reason
> you can't find Fraktur fonts is because they don't exist.

Sadly, no (yet). We can try to search "eufm" font somewhere.

Probably "apt-file search '*eufm*'" (on my computer apt-file archive
isn't up-to-date) etc. I know that there are AMS (American Math Society)
fraktur fonts for (La)TeX.

Victor Porton (porton@ex-code.com; http://ex-code.com)

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