media-fonts/libertine-ttf, version 5.3.0 has been released on 2012-07-06.
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There’s a typo in attachment 333980 [details], but I don’t have the permission to delete it.
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see bug 406301
I hope that the upstream fix to their bug
, which is in 5.3.0, also fixes the fact that I see an empty circle in Emacs for
character: Ⓣ (9417, #o22311, #x24c9)
xft:-unknown-Linux Libertine Display Capitals-normal-normal-normal-*-19-*-*-*-*-0-iso10646-1 (#x765)
Name: CIRCLED LATIN CAPITAL LETTER T
(And every gentoo user can confirm that 5.3.0 is not in portage:
eix -v libertine
Available versions: 4.7.5 188.8.131.5210615
IUSE (all versions): X
Installed versions: Version: 184.108.40.20610615
Date: 09:12:40 PM 02/24/2012
Best versions/slot: 220.127.116.1110615
Find open bugs: http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=media-fonts%2Flibertine-ttf
Description: OpenType fonts from the Linux Libertine Open Fonts Project
License: || ( GPL-2-with-font-exception OFL )
Created attachment 376614 [details]
ebuild proposal with both ttf and otf formats
I'm currently using this ebuild in order to have both ttf and otf formats installed. It is a simple variation of the previous ones, and it works without problems; my install of 5.3.0 has the circled latin capital letter t right.
The remaining problem is the font name: why explicitly state the format in the package name? and, besides that, why the name is "libertine" and not "linuxlibertine", as per the authors site?
See also comment https://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=406301#c5
*libertine-18.104.22.16820702 (22 Feb 2015)
22 Feb 2015; Ben de Groot <email@example.com>
Move from libertine-ttf to libertine. Install OpenType fonts as well (bug
#406301). Version bump (bug #431430).
you forgot the dep in libreoffice ....