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Re: Using TeX Gyre Schola vs. C059

From: Xavier Scheuer
Subject: Re: Using TeX Gyre Schola vs. C059
Date: Mon, 8 Jun 2020 19:11:08 +0200

On Sun, 7 Jun 2020 at 08:47, Werner LEMBERG <wl@gnu.org> wrote:
> Sounds like a sensible idea.  It seems that the TeX Gyre font are no
> longer under development or maintenance; the last release is from
> 2009.  The recent URW fonts are from 2016.
> On the other hand, a switch to a new default is not urgent, since you
> can always select the URW fonts explicitly for typesetting text.
> So if you want to work on it, patches are highly welcomed :-)

Oooh, that' s interesting!

I recently came across the "ScholaX" LaTeX package which is also an
extension of TeX Gyre Schola.

The README file mentions:

Changes in version 1.026
1. Added a number of new glyphs to extend the coverage of the TS1 encoding.
2. Modified the sizes and positions of the tiddles on glyphs related to i
and j to better match their appearance to those in the original URW++
 clone of Century Schoolbook.

I don't know if this project is related to C059, I haven't seen the mention
The license is also LPPL.


Xavier Scheuer <x.scheuer@gmail.com>

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