Mxedruli - Xucuri - the Georgian Alphabets
For the use with TeX/LaTeX I developped a METAFONT based font for
Mxedruli and the two variants of Xucuri . You are
welcome to use this font and I would be very grateful, if you sent me
comments, enhancements etc or LaTeX-samples you generated with
Mxedruli or Xucuri.
For more information, here is the documentation distributed together with
Where to get it:
Here are two stanzas from Shota Rustaveli's "The Knight in the Tiger's Skin"
- the newest version of
Mxedruli and Xucuri
will always be here as a tar'ed and
gzip'ed file (This is the Version 3.4 as of 6th April 2013).
- If you are on a Ubuntu 10.04 or 12.04 platform, you can install the
mxedruli-3.4.deb package (only type1 fonts and style files, no Metafont sources)
- I tried to produce an rpm package mxedruli-3.4-1.noarch.rpm on a CentOS Virtual machine (without any warranty).
Possibly this works on Fedora or Suse Linux as well (not texted).
- Also I will download the newest version to the CTAN server,
as soon as I finished the final "tuning".
- To have a quick impression of how Mxedruli and the two
variants of Xucuri look like, here is
I would appreciate any comments on this release, so please
send me your comments!
And if you are looking for a font to typeset Syriac (Aramaic), try
Last changes on 6th April 2013