The attached gzipped patch (made using "svn diff") creates
the Philippine peso glyph (uni20b1) for the following fonts:
"sfdnormalize" was used on all font files before diff
extraction. For the creation of the Condensed fonts,
"narrowmerge.sh" was also used.
References for the designs were the "P" glyph of each
respective font and the existing uni20b1 glyph of the book
and oblique variants of DejaVu Sans. Except for the
fixed-width Mono fonts, the width of the new glyph was
expanded to 105 percent of the width of the original "P"
From: Ben Laenen <benlaenen@gm...> - 2006-12-18 22:39:05
On Saturday 16 December 2006 17:47, Clayborne Arevalo wrote:
> The attached gzipped patch (made using "svn diff") creates
> the Philippine peso glyph (uni20b1) for the following fonts:
Thanks, it's in SVN now and it'll be in the next release. A few notes
* the condensed patches weren't "clean", probably some glyphs were added
during your work or so. Anyway, not so important, I just skipped
patching the condensed fonts for now, they will automatically get them
on the next update of condensed.
* The glyph in DejaVu Mono Sans Bold had the "no point numbers" error
when you run problems.pl. You can get rid of that error by
selecting "number points" and next "truetype" in the "view" menu, and
save the font. I fixed this myself now.
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