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imported package adf-tribun-fonts
1 %global fontname adf-tribun
2 %global fontconf 60-%{fontname}.conf
3
4 %global archivename Tribun-Std
5
6 Name: %{fontname}-fonts
7 Version: 1.13
8 Release: %mkrel 3
9 Summary: A newsprint-like serif typeface
10
11 Group: System/Fonts/True type
12 License: GPLv2+ with exceptions
13 URL: http://arkandis.tuxfamily.org/adffonts.html
14 Source0: http://arkandis.tuxfamily.org/fonts/%{archivename}.zip
15 Source1: http://arkandis.tuxfamily.org/docs/Tribun-Cat.pdf
16 Source11: %{name}-fontconfig.conf
17
18
19 BuildArch: noarch
20 BuildRequires: fontpackages-devel
21 Requires: fontpackages-filesystem
22
23 %description
24 Hirwen Harendal started in 1999 the realization of a first font family, aiming
25 to create another “Times New Roman”… He does not consider this endeavour a huge
26 success. However, he transformed Tribun progessively since then to give it its
27 own character.
28
29 The idea was to achieve newsprint-like rendering. To this effect, the glyph
30 bodies, serifs, or even extenders are not normalised and use irregular strokes.
31 This is most visible in italics though those variations stay imperceptible at
32 small sizes.
33
34 Italics proved time-consuming. They are never an easy thing to draw.
35 Nevertheless, the designer considers them very close to those of “Times”, with
36 some variations.
37
38 The medium weight uses a stronger stroke. It can be used for emphasis, or for
39 effects in titles. That being said it has also been used for body copy. It is
40 also slightly expanded to complete the face offerings.
41
42 The condensed version is a bit unusual, since it stands in for both normal and
43 medium condensed. After several trials, Hirwen decided an intermediate weight
44 rendered much better both for document display and in print. Secondly, he took
45 great care to keep readability excellent, and this even for italics.
46
47 This font family is particularly well suited for text, display, or
48 presentations. It is also ideal for all Web publications. It can serve as
49 alternative to “Times New Roman” and other similar fonts.
50
51
52 %prep
53 %setup -q -n %{archivename}
54 install -m 0644 -p %{SOURCE1} .
55 for txt in NOTICE */COPYING ; do
56 fold -s $txt > $txt.new &&\
57 sed -i 's/\r//' $txt.new &&\
58 touch -r $txt $txt.new &&\
59 mv $txt.new $txt
60 done
61
62
63 %build
64
65
66 %install
67 rm -fr %{buildroot}
68
69 install -m 0755 -d %{buildroot}%{_fontdir}
70 install -m 0644 -p TTF/*.ttf %{buildroot}%{_fontdir}
71
72 install -m 0755 -d %{buildroot}%{_fontconfig_templatedir} \
73 %{buildroot}%{_fontconfig_confdir}
74
75 install -m 0644 -p %{SOURCE11} \
76 %{buildroot}%{_fontconfig_templatedir}/%{fontconf}
77 ln -s %{_fontconfig_templatedir}/%{fontconf} \
78 %{buildroot}%{_fontconfig_confdir}/%{fontconf}
79
80
81 %clean
82 rm -fr %{buildroot}
83
84
85 %_font_pkg -f %{fontconf} *.ttf
86
87 %doc NOTICE TTF/COPYING *.pdf
88

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