Update the port to the latest version:
The upstream developers for this fonts now ship individually the
otf and ttf font types.
Users of Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice will usually prefer the forked linuxlibertine-g ttf variant since those include support for silgraphite.
Given that Adobe and Google have worked out providing high quality
CFF support to the next version of the FreeType project I think
it is convenient to start using the OpenType Fonts in this port.
I uploaded the patch here:
(Please ignore the original author name change ...
My text editor did an unrequested change there)
Maintainer of x11-fonts/linuxlibertine,
Please note that PR ports/178383 has just been submitted.
If it contains a patch for an upgrade, an enhancement or a bug fix
you agree on, reply to this email stating that you approve the patch
and a committer will take care of it.
The full text of the PR can be found at:
Edwin Groothuis via the GNATS Auto Assign Tool
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thanks for the work. I can't deal with the port currently (and most
likely in future too). Therefore I like to drop the maintainership.
I suggest to assign it to office@ . Thanks for your work Bj=F6rn !=A0
Feedback received: reassign to the pool.
office@ should take care of this.
Here is the attachment ...
(so that I don't have to carry it anymore).
Date: Sat Mar 29 09:55:30 2014
New Revision: 349497
Maintainer had asked to step down nearly a year ago. Sorry that it took
Since this is a dependency of openoffice, try assigning it to office@.
Submitted by: Pedro Giffuni <email@example.com>
Approved by: firstname.lastname@example.org (maintainer)
--- head/x11-fonts/linuxlibertine/Makefile Sat Mar 29 08:58:52 2014 (r349496)
+++ head/x11-fonts/linuxlibertine/Makefile Sat Mar 29 09:55:30 2014 (r349497)
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ MASTER_SITES= SF
COMMENT= Linux Libertine Open Fonts
LICENSE= GPLv2 LINUXLIBERTINE OFL10
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This has been committed but never closed, let's close it