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smart Unicode font for Dai Banna (Xishuangbanna Dai)
This package provides the Dai Banna SIL fonts which are a Unicode
rendering of the New Tai Lue (Xishuangbanna Dai) script. Version 2.000 is the
first Unicode release. (Version 1.0 was released under the name of 'SIL Dai
Banna' in legacy encoding.) Two font families, differing only in weight,
allow for a wide range of uses.
The New Tai Lue script is used by approximately 300,000 people who speak the
Xishuangbanna Dai language in Yunnan, China. It is a simplification of the
Tai Tham (Old Tai Lue) script as used for this language for hundreds of years.
The Dai Banna SIL fonts are smart fonts using a Graphite description. The
source package includes the source GDL code for the description. The features
of the fonts are:
- complete coverage of the New Tai Lue script
- Graphite smarts for re-ordrant vowels and line-breaking
Extended Font sources (Graphite .gdl and FontLab .vfb) are available in the
source package and on the project website.
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Changes: fonts-sil-dai-banna (2.1-4) unstable; urgency=low
* Team upload
* Rename source package to "fonts-sil-dai-banna" to fit the Font
Packages Naming Policy.
* Bump Standards to 3.9.2 (checked)
* Change fonts install directory from
* Bump debhelper compatibility to 8
* Drop defoma transition script as even stable dropped defoma
support for this package
* Drop x-ttcidfont-conf, fontconfig et al. from Suggests
* Change VERSION in preinst script to be really sure that we
remove the defoma hints file
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