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Re: Use of ttf-thryomanes for Greek / Cyrillic / Hungarian

On Thu, Nov 01, 2007 at 09:19:26AM +0100, Christian Perrier wrote:
> ttf-thryomanes probably appears here because it is listed in a few
> l10n tasks:
> cyrillic-desktop: ttf-thryomanes
> greek-desktop: ttf-thryomanes
> hungarian-desktop: ttf-thryomanes
> IMHO, even if I did not check this, the ttf-dejavu font(s) cover these
> languages pretty well. So, the font is maybe not very much relevant
> for being installed by default.

 GhostScript is the primary key package for Hungarian Desktop:

 "key: gsfonts-x11, ttf-dejavu, ttf-freefont"

 Andika, Junicode, GeorgeWilliams, Thryomanes, Isabella & other SIL
 fonts are optional. Hungarian language is fully supported by them.
 Well, this is an 'optional relevance' :-) .

> On the other hand, the package has few bugs (4) and should be very
> easy to maintain.

 sas ( satie ) - SZERVÁC Attila - zeneszerző - szoftvergazda  \
 elnökhelyettes - Linux-felhasználók Magyarországi Egyesülete - http://lme.hu/
 HU/Budapest - http://321.hu/sas/        http://321.hu/Elig

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