CTAN submission: "Day Roman" font
rainer.schoepf at proteosys.com
Tue Jan 14 23:20:16 CET 2003
On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, Walter Schmidt wrote:
> I have uploaded the files
> to the /incoming directory at dante.ctan.org. Please,
> create a new directory fonts/DayRoman and install the files
> there. Do _not_ unpack the ZIP archives!
> Thiese are the free Type1 fonts "Day Roman" and "Day Roman
> Expert" and the required font metrics, virtual fonts etc.
> to use them with TeX on the Un*x or PC platform.
> "Day Roman" is a digitally redrawn version of the "Two Line
> Double Pica Roman", a typeface designed by 16th century
> French punchcutter Francois Guyot. The character set suits
> today's requirements, including even the Euro. Use of the
> historic "long s" is supported as an option.
> The Type1 fonts are provided for free by Apostrophiclab
> <http://www.apostrophiclab.com> and may be redistributed, as
> long as the archive file (day_t1.zip) is kept intact and no
> money is charged. (Does this imply that it must be
> distributed from the "nonfree" branch of the CTAN?) I have
> added the font metrics, virtual fonts and FD files, which
> are released under the LPPL.
Thanks for the upload, I installed the files as requested in
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