DejaVu fonts 2.37 (c)2004-2016 DejaVu fonts team
The DejaVu fonts are a font family based upon Bitstream Vera v1.10. Its purpose is to provide a wider range of characters while maintaining the original look-and-feel.
status.txt for more information.
(Sans = sans serif, Mono = monospaced):
- DejaVu Sans Mono
- DejaVu Sans Mono Bold
- DejaVu Sans Mono Bold Oblique
- DejaVu Sans Mono Oblique
- DejaVu Sans
- DejaVu Sans Bold
- DejaVu Sans Bold Oblique
- DejaVu Sans Oblique
- DejaVu Sans ExtraLight (experimental)
- DejaVu Sans Condensed (experimental)
- DejaVu Sans Condensed Bold (experimental)
- DejaVu Sans Condensed Bold Oblique (experimental)
- DejaVu Sans Condensed Oblique (experimental)
- DejaVu Serif
- DejaVu Serif Bold
- DejaVu Serif Bold Italic (experimental)
- DejaVu Serif Italic (experimental)
- DejaVu Serif Condensed (experimental)
- DejaVu Serif Condensed Bold (experimental)
- DejaVu Serif Condensed Bold Italic (experimental)
- DejaVu Serif Condensed Italic (experimental)
- DejaVu Math TeX Gyre
Variants and subsets
All fonts are also available as subset forms called DejaVu LGC, which include only the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic scripts.
Fonts are published in source form as SFD files (Spline Font Database from FontForge) and in compiled form as TTF files (TrueType fonts).
For more information, visit dejavu-fonts.github.io.
Characters from Arev fonts
Copyright (c) 2006 by Tavmjong Bah
U+01BA, U+01BF, U+01F7, U+021C-U+021D, U+0220, U+0222-U+0223, U+02B9, U+02BA, U+02BD, U+02C2-U+02C5, U+02d4-U+02D5, U+02D7, U+02EC-U+02EE, U+0346-U+034E, U+0360, U+0362, U+03E2-03EF, U+0460-0463, U+0466-U+0486, U+0488-U+0489, U+04A8-U+04A9, U+0500-U+050F, U+2055-205E, U+20B0, U+20B2-U+20B3, U+2102, U+210D, U+210F, U+2111, U+2113, U+2115, U+2118-U+211A, U+211C-U+211D, U+2124, U+2135, U+213C-U+2140, U+2295-U+2298, U+2308-U+230B, U+26A2-U+26B1, U+2701-U+2704, U+2706-U+2709, U+270C-U+274B, U+2758-U+275A, U+2761-U+2775, U+2780-U+2794, U+2798-U+27AF, U+27B1-U+27BE, U+FB05-U+FB06
DejaVu Math TeX Gyre
TeX Gyre DJV Math by B. Jackowski, P. Strzelczyk and P. Pianowski (on behalf of TeX users groups).