Re: Type1 fonts in Debian
martin f krafft <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> also sprach Frank Küster <email@example.com> [2006.02.20.1619 +0100]:
>> ... and sometimes in quite buggy versions. I don't recall the details
>> (but could look them up), but AFAIR the gsfonts package contains a
>> version of the URW fonts that has been labelled "experimental" and
>> actually is; especially in the Courier font there were severe problems.
> i recently purchased some non-free fonts and would like to make them
> into debian packages for internal use. Thus, I would be very
> interested in following such efforts to learn how to accomplish what
> i need.
Hm, this is a general remark about a "font packaging/integration
policy", right? You hardly have bought non-free drop-in replacements
for Times, Helvetica, Courier and friends. But Ralf's instructions were
only for replacing these Base35 fonts.
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