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The fonts.scale files were generated by running `mkfontscale ./**/` and
the fonts.dir files were generated by running `mkfontdir ./**/` in this
Git repository's working tree.  Run those commands again to regenerate.

These generated files let you register their corresponding True Type
fonts with the `xset +fp` command, which "installs" them under Linux.
For example, you would do this by running the following commands if you
cloned this Git repository to your ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/ directory:

xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/AnonymousPro
xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/DejaVuSansMono
xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/DroidSansMono
xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/InconsolataDz
xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/Inconsolata
xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/LiberationMono
xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/Meslo
xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/SourceCodePro
xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/Terminus/BDF
xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/Terminus/PCF
xset +fp ~/.fonts/powerline-fonts/UbuntuMono
xset fp rehash
Latest commit 9bbc84b Oct 30, 2013

README.rst

Literation Mono Powerline

Font creator:Steve Mattesen
Version: 2.00.1
Source:https://fedorahosted.org/liberation-fonts/
License:SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE Version 1.1
Patched by:Carl X. Su

The Liberation Fonts is font collection which aims to provide document layout compatibility as usage of Times New Roman, Arial, Courier New.

Literation Mono Powerline is derived from The Liberation Fonts for Powerline users. The Powerline symbols is being made by Kim Silkebækken. The patch work is being undertaken by Carl X. Su.

Both the final font Truetype/OpenType files and the design files used to produce the font family are distributed under an open licence and you are expressly encouraged to experiment, modify, share and improve.