fonts-ocr-b 0.2~dfsg1-5 source package in Ubuntu


fonts-ocr-b (0.2~dfsg1-5) unstable; urgency=medium

  * 02-fontname-family.patch: Replace "Slanted" with "Oblique"
    as the latter is a style recognized by fontconfig.
  * Add rationale to previous changelog entry.

 -- Fabian Greffrath <email address hidden>  Tue, 15 Nov 2016 21:21:15 +0100

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Debian Fonts Task Force on 2016-11-16
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fonts-ocr-b: machine-readable typeface as used in passports

 Provides the OCR-B typeface originally designed by Adrian Frutiger and
 standardised in ISO 1073/II-1976 (E). Originally designed for use with
 OCR, it has a somewhat mechanical appearance, and remains in use in
 passports and on car number plates.