./fonts/lohit-fonts, Free fonts for Indian languages

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Branch: pkgsrc-2019Q1, Version: 2.3.8, Package name: lohit-fonts-2.3.8, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

In 2004, Red Hat has released five Indian language fonts as open source
licensed under the GPL. The fonts were named "Lohit" which means "Red" in
Sanskrit. Currently, the font family supports 11 Indian languages: Assamese,
Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil,
Telugu, and are available as TrueType fonts. Now, Fedora Project and its
contributors took the responsibility to consolidate the further efforts and
improvements of the Lohit fonts.

The project goal is to improve existing offerings of the fonts - making sure
the Lohit fonts deliver the best available quality and functions to the

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SHA1: 8add57102df9049f249ba98f73556a23115d62bc
RMD160: 8c1c14e71b8191995ee895b490cbc279d968968f
Filesize: 646.775 KB

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