Commit fa55fea7 authored by Gregor Riepl's avatar Gregor Riepl

Clarified README

parent 52440eba
......@@ -16,32 +16,45 @@ have a new version.
Download the current font packages first:
wget http://www.opensans.com/download/open-sans.zip http://www.opensans.com/download/open-sans-condensed.zip
$ wget http://www.opensans.com/download/open-sans.zip http://www.opensans.com/download/open-sans-condensed.zip
Unpack them into the source repository:
unzip -o open-sans.zip
unzip -o open-sans-condensed.zip
$ unzip -o open-sans.zip
$ unzip -o open-sans-condensed.zip
Test if any of the files are tagged with a new version:
for i in *.ttf; do echo $i; otfdump $i | grep '(nameID 5 "Version' ; done
$ for i in *.ttf; do echo $i; otfdump $i | grep '(nameID 5 "Version' ; done
This should print something like:
OpenSans-CondBold.ttf
(nameID 5 "Version 1.11")
for each of the fonts. Note that they may not all have the same version.
If any of the versions differ from the current package version, or if
$ git status
In case any of the versions differ from the Debian package, you should
prepare a new release.
shows that a file has changed, it is recommended to prepare a new release.
To accomplish this, debian/rules includes a script that does most of
the work for you. Update the changelog first:
dch -v <NEW_VERSION>-1
$ dch -v <NEW_VERSION>-<PATCHLEVEL>
Replace <NEW_VERSION> with the new upstream version, as determined above,
and enter a suitable changelog line. For example: New upstream release
or increment <PATCHLEVEL> if only some fonts have changed and the highest
font version is still the same.
Add a suitable changelog line. For example: New upstream release
Then run the tarball script (it uses wget and unzip):
Then save and run the tarball script (it uses wget and unzip):
debian/rules get-orig-source
$ debian/rules get-orig-source
This should produce a new ../fonts-open-sans_<version>.tar.xz file.
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