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The file names currently in use conflict with the non-patched version of
the font on Arch Linux. This commit renames the files and updates the
fonts.dir to avoid this conflict.
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README.rst

Terminess Powerline

Font creator:Dimitar Zhekov
Version: media-fonts/terminus-font-4.36 with USE=X pcf psf ru-g
Source:http://terminus-font.sourceforge.net
License:SIL OPEN FONT LICENSE Version 1.1
Patched by:Nikolay Pavlov, Carl X. Su

Terminus Font is a clean, fixed width bitmap font, designed for long (8 and more hours per day) work with computers. Version 4.36 contains 856 characters, covers about 120 language sets and supports ISO8859-1/2/5/7/9/13/15/16, Paratype-PT154/PT254, KOI8-R/U/E/F, Esperanto, many IBM, Windows and Macintosh code pages, as well as the IBM VGA, vt100 and xterm pseudographic characters.

Terminess Powerline is derived from Terminus Font for Powerline users. The Powerline symbols is being made by Kim Silkebækken. The patch work is being undertaken by Nikolay Pavlov and 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.

Note: If you want to have patched font with different USE flags, use fontpatcher located at https://bitbucket.org/ZyX_I/bitmap-font-patcher, it is always using proper (manually adjusted) glyphs. Here are the variants controlled by USE flags (see font homepage for better explanations about what each USE flag does):

USE flags
USE Flag Description
a-like-o Changes view of letter 'a' - a looks like o
distinct-l ll2 variant with more distinctive l (lowercase L)
quote Changes view of quotes: symmetric ` and ' instead of asymmetric one
ru-dv Changes view of Russian letters 'de' and 've'
ru-g Changes view of Russian letter 'ge'
ru-i Changes view of Russian letter 'i' - not like Latin u, but like "mirrored" N
ru-k Changes view of Russian letter 'k'
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