File sil-charis-fonts.spec of Package sil-charis-fonts

# spec file for package sil-charis-fonts
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Name:           sil-charis-fonts
Version:        4.106
Release:        0
Summary:        Smart Unicode Font for Latin and Cyrillic Scripts
License:        OFL-1.1
Group:          System/X11/Fonts
Source1:        Changes.txt
BuildRequires:  dos2unix
BuildRequires:  fontpackages-devel
BuildRequires:  unzip
Provides:       locale(vi;ru;bg)
# FIXME: This causes a rpmlint warning; change <= to < once there's a new upstream version
Obsoletes:      sil-charis <= 4.106
Provides:       sil-charis = %{version}
BuildRoot:      %{_tmppath}/%{name}-%{version}-build
BuildArch:      noarch

Charis is similar to Bitstream Charter, one of the first fonts designed
specifically for laser printers. It is highly readable and holds up
well in less-than-ideal reproduction environments. It also has a full
set of styles - regular, italic, bold, bold italic - and so is more
useful in general publishing than Doulos SIL. Charis is a serif,
proportionally-spaced font optimized for readability in long printed

The goal for this product was to provide a single Unicode-based font
family that would contain a comprehensive inventory of glyphs needed
for almost any Roman- or Cyrillic-based writing system, whether used
for phonetic or orthographic needs. In addition, there is provision for
other characters and symbols useful to linguists. This font makes use
of state-of-the-art font technologies to support complex typographic
issues, such as the need to position arbitrary combinations of base
glyphs and diacritics optimally.

%setup -T -c %{name} -n %{name}
unzip -j $RPM_SOURCE_DIR/
chmod 644 *
cp %{SOURCE1} .
# Fix rpmlint warnings:
find . -name \*.txt -print0 | xargs -0 dos2unix


mkdir -p %{buildroot}%{_ttfontsdir}/
install -c -m 644 *.ttf %{buildroot}%{_ttfontsdir}


%defattr(-, root,root)
%doc *.txt

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