Commit d48d5a49 authored by Fabian Greffrath's avatar Fabian Greffrath

revert master tree back to upstream 1.07.4

parent f63f00d0
AUTHORS
Current Contributors (sorted alphabetically):
- Caius 'kaio' Chance <caius.chance at gmail.com>
Project Owner (2010)
Red Hat, Inc.
- Denis Jacquerye <moyogo at gmail.com>
Project Contributor
- Herbert Duerr <duerr at sun.com>
Narrow Fonts Contributor
Oracle, Inc.
- Pravin Satpute <psatpute at redhat dot com>
Project Owner (Current)
Red Hat, Inc.
......@@ -8,5 +20,8 @@ Current Contributors (sorted alphabetically):
Previous Contributors
- Steve Matteson
Original Designer
Original Designer (support period expired)
Ascender, Inc.
- Mark Webbink <mwebbink AT redhat.com>
Release coordinator, Red Hat Inc.
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* Thu Oct 04 2012 Pravin Satpute <psatpute AT redhat DOT com>
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- Resolved #851791, #854601 and #851825
- Following GASP table version as per Liberation old version. (Anti-aliasing disabled)
- Added support for Serbian glyphs for wikipedia #657849
- In Monospace fonts, isFixedPitch bit set via script for getting it recognized as Monospace in putty.exe
* Fri Jul 06 2012 Pravin Satpute <psatpute AT redhat DOT com>
- Initial version of Liberation fonts based on croscore fonts version 1.21.0
- Converted TTF files into SFD files to be open source.
- Update Copyright and License file
- set fsType bit to 0, Installable Embedding is allowed.
- Absolute value in HHeadAscent/Descent values for maintaining Metric compatibility.
* Fri 18 2014 Pravin Satpute <psatpute@redhat.com> 1.07.4
- Restored Liberation Sans Bold 'u' instructions
- Resolved #1009650, renames serbian shapes as per AGL
- Added new glyph for "imacron" and "g"
- Added Correct shape for uni266B in all Liberation variants #1014357
- Resolved Problematic shapes for macedonian alphabet #1013949
* Fri Aug 23 2013 Pravin Satpute <psatpute@redhat.com> 1.07.3
- Corrected U+2588 shape to match with Dejavu fonts in Mono
- Resolved Serbian bug #984428
- applied patch to remove kerning for number 1
- corrected shape of U+040D #799384
- Makefile restructure patch from Jan Pokorny <jpokorny@redhat.com>
* Thu Feb 09 2012 Pravin Satpute <psatpute@redhat.com> 1.07.2
- removed hint instruction from LiberationMono-Italic cent sing, rhbz #753572
- adeed U+0472, U+0473 in Sans and SansNarrow, rhbz #751566
- added cyrillic italics for U+043F, rhbz #708330
* Wed Sep 21 2011 Pravin Satpute <psatpute@redhat.com>
- resolved bug 738264, corrected height of U+040D in Mono
- resolved bug 729989, corrected macron position on ā, ē, ī, ō, ū in Narrow fonts
- enabled embedding of font
- Added License link https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Licensing/LiberationFontLicense
- New Release 1.07.1
* Mon May 30 2011 Pravin Satpute <psatpute@redhat.com>
- added U+045D and U+0450 in all fonts, bug 659214
- corrected characters U+0438 and U+0439, bug 708330
- resolved bug 708330, 707973
- New Release 1.07.0
* Wed Feb 23 2011 Pravin Satpute <psatpute@redhat.com>
- added U+0400 and U+040d in all fonts, bug 659214
- fixed for bug 620273, patch from Cody Boisclair <cody@zone38.net>
* Wed Jul 21 2010 Pravin Satpute <psatpute@redhat.com>
- Update for New Release 1.06
- Added New Family Narrow (Contribution from Herbert Duerr <herbert.duerr@oracle.com>)
- updated version of fonts
* Mon 10 May 2010 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.net>
- Fixed Romanian glyphs, U+021A, 021B, 0218, 0219, 0162, 0163, 015E, 015F,
2010, 2011. (rhbz#440992)
- Fixed height of arrows U+2190, 2192, 2194. (Issue #2)
* Thu 06 May 2010 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.net>
- Cleaned up points and auto-instructed hinting of 'u', 'v', 'w', 'y'.
(rhbz#463036)
- Created the first project icon. (Issue #5)
* Wed May 05 2010 Caius 'kaio' Chance <k at kaio.net>
- Incorrect cent sign glyph (U+00A2) in Sans and Mono
style in Liberation fonts. (rhbz#474522)
* Wed 28 Apr 2010 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.net>
- rhbz#510174: Corrected version number of all SFD files.
- Corrected license exceptions to GPLv2.
- Updated README file.
* Tue 27 Apr 2010 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.net>
- Renamed Narrow Fonts.
- Updated list of contributors.
- Released version 1.05.3.
* Thu 22 Apr 2010 Herbert Duerr <duerr at sun.com>
- Contributed Liberation Sans Narrow Fonts.
* Fri 12 Mar 2010 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.me>
- Migrated to Google Code.
- Updated AUTHORS.
- Upgraded license to GPLv3+exceptions.
* Sun 27 Jul 2009 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.me>
- Fixed ttf pack preparation error.
* Tue 21 Jul 2009 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.me>
- Fixed 'wrongly encoded glyphs after U+10000' (rhbz#525498),
provided by Denis Jacquerye <moyogo at gmail.com>.
* Tue 21 Jul 2009 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.me>
- Fixed fontforge script sfd2ttf.pe.
- Include traditional kern table for Sans and Serif.
* Tue 14 Jul 2009 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.me>
- Generated TTFs with tradition kern table, with fontforge ver 20090408.
- Added make target alias dist-src as dist-sfd.
* Mon 13 Jul 2009 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.me>
- Updated for generation of traditional kern table via scripts.
* Mon 06 Jul 2009 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.me>
- Reconverted SFDs from original TTFs with traditional kern table.
- Updated "clean" target in Makefile.
* Tue 30 Jun 2009 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.me>
- Reconverted SFDs from original TTFs with traditional kern table.
- Updated "clean" target in Makefile.
* Tue 30 Jun 2009 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.me>
- Generated cleaner SFD from original TTFs.
- Include Makefile in sources tarball.
* Wed 24 Jun 2009 Caius 'kaio' Chance <me at kaio.me>
- Makefile: pack SFD files as source tarball.
- Makefile: pack TTF files as ttf packs.
- Tidy up repository.
- Updated documents.
* Mon 12 Jan 2009 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Fixed copyright holder name typo for Sans Regular font (rhbz#479521).
* Tue 09 Dec 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Changed cent sign glyph (U+00A2) to be coressed in Sans and Mono
(rhbz#474522).
* Wed 03 Dec 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Started 1.04.93.devel.
- Fixed blurriness of U+03BC for Sans Regular font (rhbz#473481).
- Fixed src tarball mis-inclusion of dist files in Makefile.
* Fri 28 Nov 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Corrected version number in Makefile.
- Fixed make target of source tarball.
- Uploaded 1.04.92 source tarball to release area.
* Wed 15 Oct 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Fixed blurred 'u' and 'W' for Sans Bold font (rhbz#463036).
- Released as version 1.04.92
* Wed 17 Sep 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Fixed missing hinting instructions for all Mono fonts (rhbz#460090).
- Fixed missing hinting instructions for all Sans fonts (rhbz#460090).
- Fixed missing hinting instructions for all Serif fonts (rhbz#460090).
- Released as version 1.04.91
* Tue 09 Sep 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Backed up all released files in ./dist directory.
* Fri 05 Sep 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Fixed incorrect glyph points and missing hinting instructions for:
Mono Bold Italic (up to U+2012) (rhbz#460090).
* Mon 25 Aug 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Fixed incorrect glyph points and missing hinting instructions for:
U+0079, U+03BC, U+0431, U+2010..2012, U+1114117 (rhbz#458592).
- Released as version 1.04.90.
* Thu 13 Jul 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Released as version 1.04.
* Thu 12 Jun 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Released as version 1.04.beta2 (1.03.99).
- Added ZIP package building for non-tar users.
- rhbz#440992:
- Created Romanian "T/t/S/s with comma below" (U+0218..021B) on all fonts.
- Fixed "T/s with cedilla below" (U+0162/0163) on all fonts.
- Created "Hyphen" and "Non-Breaking Hyphen" (U+2010..2011) on all fonts.
* Wed 11 Jun 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Added last Version 1.03 from original manufacturer.
- Renamed directory 'archive' to 'sandbox'.
- Added directory description in hosting home directory.
- Created ZIP packages for Version 1.03 and 1.04.beta.
* Tue 04 Jun 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- rhbz#440992:
- Created "Hyphen" and "Non-Breaking Hyphen" (U+2010..2011) on Sans Regular.
* Mon 03 Jun 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- rhbz#440992:
- Created Romanian "T/t/S/s with comma below" (U+0218..021B) on Sans Regular.
- Fixed "T/s with cedilla below" (U+0162/0163) on Sans Regular.
* Fri 30 May 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Release Version 1.04.beta (liberation-fonts-1_04_beta).
* Thu 29 May 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Correct SFD version numbers in "TTF Info" categor for correct version
number during export to TTFs.
* Wed 28 May 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Reencoded with "Glyph Order" by FontForge.
- Corrected font name for all Regular fonts.
- Generated TTFs (experimantal, in "archive") with old stle kern and dummy
DSIG table.
- Updated README in 1.04b TTFs (experimental, in "archive").
* Tue 27 May 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Fixed Unicode name mis-mapping of Sans and Serif TTF files.
- Regenerate SFD files from Unicode name mis-mapping fixed Sans and Serif TTF
files.
* Mon 26 May 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Fixed Unicode name mis-mapping of Mono TTF files.
- Regenerate SFD files from Unicode name mis-mapping fixed Mono TTF files.
==========
- Applied following patches submitted by Nicolas Spalinger
<nicolas_spalinger sil org>:
- We-need-versioned-tarballs.
- Add-ignore-file-so-the-VCS-does-not-track-the-folder.
- Adjust-path-for-various-Makefile-targets-subfolders.
- Fix-versionning-mismatch-in-the-binary-font-metadata.
- Add-some-description-and-extra-lines-to-the-build-ta.
- Reword-and-restructure-maintainers-recommendations.
- Some-rewording-of-the-readme-file.
==========
* Thu May 22 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Added latest (1.03) TTF files from Ascender. (in 'archive')
* Fri May 16 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Change source tree as 'trunk', 'tags', 'branches'.
==========
- Applied following patches submitted by Nicolas Spalinger
<nicolas_spalinger sil org>:
- Add-more-information-about-the-upstream-designer.
- Minor-typo-and-layout-fixes.
- Adjust-fontforge-path-with-env-as-a-source-build.
==========
* Wed May 14 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Renamed target 'ttf' to 'build'.
- Removed 'Re-Package' chapter from README and refine contents.
- Changed AUTHORS contents.
- Created maintainer documentation MAINTAINER.
* Tue May 06 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Refined clean target.
- Removed TTFs from git.
* Fri May 02 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Imported into fedorahosted.org repository and be hosted.
https://fedorahosted.org/liberation-fonts/
- Modified source root directory name definition in Makefile.
- Created 'dist' target for binary TTF tarball and 'src' for source tarball.
- Corrected Regular fonts filenames.
- Added TTF -> SFD make target.
* Thu May 01 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Converted previous TTF files into SFD files to be open source.
- Created fontforge SFD -> TTF scripts.
- Created Makefile.
- Added documentations: AUTHORS, ChangeLog, README.
* Thu Apr 10 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Fixed exchanged and incomplete glyphs (from Ascender).
- Repacked source tarball.
- Released version 1.03.
* Tue Mar 25 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Fixed alignment mismatch of dot accents (from Ascender).
- Released version 1.02.
* Mon Jan 14 2008 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Updated new source tarball from Ascender.
- Released version 1.0.
* Thu Jun 14 2007 Caius Chance <cchance at redhat.com>
- Updated new source tarball from Ascender.
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......@@ -4,7 +4,6 @@
# 4web: dtto for TTF, WOFF, SVG, and EOT
FONTFORGE = fontforge
PYTHON = python
FONTLINT = fontlint
# TTF->EOT converters in fallback order
......@@ -25,19 +24,19 @@ else
endif
EXPORTSCRIPT = scripts/fontexport.pe
FONTTOOLSCRIPT = scripts/setisFixedPitch-fonttools.py
SCRIPTS = $(EXPORTSCRIPT) scripts/sfd2ttf.pe scripts/ttf2sfd.pe
MISCFILES = AUTHORS ChangeLog LICENSE README TODO
MISCFILES = AUTHORS ChangeLog COPYING License.txt README TODO
SRCDIR = src
EXPORTDIR = export
CHECK_PREFIX = check
VER = 2.00.1
VER = 1.07.4