Fira Code is an extension of the Fira Mono font containing a set of ligatures for common programming multi-character combinations. This is just a font rendering feature: underlying code remains ASCII-compatible. This helps to read and understand code faster. For some frequent sequences like .. or //, the ligatures allow one to correct spacing. . This font is expected to work in most text editors but won't work in most (especially VTE-based) terminal emulators. A detailed list is available on https://github.com/tonsky/FiraCode#terminal-support
IBM Plex is an extensive font family developed by IBM. It comes in four subfamilies (Sans, Sans Condensed, Mono and Serif) and 8 weights (Thin, Extralight, Light, Regular, Text, Medium, Semibold, Bold), with true italics to complement them. A variable-weight counterpart of IBM Plex Sans is also available. . The four basic subfamilies support most of the languages using the Latin alphabet (including Vietnamese), the Cyrillic writing system and monotonic Greek. Hebrew (including cantillation marks), Thai (both looped and loopless), Devanagari and Arabic are supported as separate typefaces. . There is also support for common mathematical and currency symbols as well as ligatures and stylistic alternates. . This package contains the TrueType (CFF) flavored OpenType fonts and the WOFF/WOFF2 web fonts.
This package provides a font designed for enhancing the code formatting. . The font has following features * Works on high and low resolution display * Every character is clearly distinguishable from other similar looking characters.
This package downloads Mathematica fonts from http://support.wolfram.com/ and installs them, because the license prohibits their distribution. Please note that it may fail if the web site no longer offers them for download. . Only TTF fonts are available in this version.
This dummy package is provided for a smooth transition from the previous old package name to fonts-mathematica, to match the fonts policy. . It may be safely removed after installation.
This dummy package is provided for a smooth transition from the previous ttf-mathematica4.1 package to the mathematica-fonts package. . It may be safely removed after installation.
This package allows for easy installation of the Microsoft True Type Core Fonts for the Web including: . Andale Mono Arial Black Arial (Bold, Italic, Bold Italic) Comic Sans MS (Bold) Courier New (Bold, Italic, Bold Italic) Georgia (Bold, Italic, Bold Italic) Impact Times New Roman (Bold, Italic, Bold Italic) Trebuchet (Bold, Italic, Bold Italic) Verdana (Bold, Italic, Bold Italic) Webdings . You will need an Internet connection to download these fonts if you don't already have them. . NOTE: the package fonts-liberation contains free variants of the Times, Arial and Courier fonts. It's better to use those instead unless you specifically need one of the other fonts from this package.
The ROOT system provides a set of OO frameworks with all the functionality needed to handle and analyze large amounts of data efficiently. . This package will install the True Type Fonts (TTF) used by ROOT. These fonts are provided by Microsoft. Note, that you may not redistribute this font files. This package will download the fonts from the ROOT FTP server, or alternatively use an already downloaded tar-file.