[Scribus] Linux Font Editor?

Daniel Paul O'Donnell daniel.odonnell
Fri Sep 30 08:28:24 CEST 2005

Why would you do this? There is SIL Doulos, and Junicode at the very
least for serif; I think Everson has some sans fonts with this kind of

There are a number of open source font programs. I know Junicode was
done on one on Linux by Peter Baker at the U of Virginia, though I don't
remember the name. I'll take a look.
On Thu, 2005-29-09 at 23:10 -0700, John Jordan wrote:
> <Slightly OT, but don't know any other place to ask.>
> Are there any Linux font editors?
> I may need something to make a font. A serious font for linguistics 
> work (IPA characters, plus regular characters, plus typesetting 
> features such as ligatures, various dashes, etc., so the font can be 
> used for publishing books).
> Fontlab seems to be the reigning monarch in the Win/Mac world. 
> What is the best font editor currently available in the Linux world?
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