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Re: [opensuse-m17n] Takao Fonts - community developed derivatives of IPA Fonts - are available.
  • From: Takashi Iwai <tiwai@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Feb 2010 08:44:45 +0100
  • Message-id: <s5h4ol5zrma.wl%tiwai@xxxxxxx>
At Thu, 25 Feb 2010 11:35:47 +0900,
Satoru Matsumoto wrote:

Thank you for your suggestion, hito.

Renaming *.otf to *.ttf is not difficult. However, the problem is, how I
should deal with README* files included in the source package and the
name of the source tar ball.

You can add README.SUSE or such to mention about the changes.


In README, there's a mention of:

Available Fonts
---------------
Font Name File Name based on
=============--================--================
TakaoGothic TakaoGothic.otf IPAGothic
Takao PGothic TakaoPGothic.otf IPA PGothic
TakaoMincho TakaoMincho.otf IPAMincho
Takao PMincho TakaoPMincho.otf IPA PMincho

...and the credit:

Takao Fonts 003.01.20100214.1 (c) 2010 Takao Fonts Maintainers Team

As I'm not a part of the Takao Fonts Maintainers Team (not yet, at least
:-P), can I modify the README* files by myself?

And ATM, the name of the source tar ball is
takao-fonts-otf-003.01.20100214.1.tar.gz.
If I rename *.otf to *.ttf, should I also rename the source tar ball to
"takao-fonts-ttf-003.01.20100214.1.tar.gz"?

Any good solutions?

Don't rename tarball unless needed.

BTW, in general bz2 is preferred (as you are warned by the check
script during build). (Don't ask me why it's no .xz :)


thanks,

Takashi
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