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smart Unicode font for languages in Myanmar

Padauk is a Myanmar font covering all currently used characters in the Myanmar block as specified in Unicode 5.1

The font is a smart font using a Graphite description.

The GDL source code for the description and the corresponding documentation is available on the website or in the source package (simply type "apt-get source" to download it). In addition OpenType tables have been added.

The features of the font are complete coverage of Myanmar script (excluding unused characters U+1050..U+1059), Graphite smarts including line breaking rules, OpenType tables for use on Windows.

Two fonts from this typeface family are included in this release: * Padauk * Padauk Bold

Package version:2.61-4


The Padauk font family

Padauk is released under the SIL Open Font License.

See OFL-FAQ.txt for details of the SIL Open Font License.
See FONTLOG (changelog.gz) for information on this and previous releases.

The font sources are available on the upstream website and in the source package.
Simply type "apt-get source" to download them.

These fonts are automatically 


fonts-sil-padauk (2.61-4) unstable; urgency=low

  * Team upload
  * Rename source package to "fonts-sil-padauk" to fit the Font
    Packages Naming Policy.
  * Bump Standards to 3.9.2 (checked)
  * Change fonts install directory from
    usr/share/fonts/truetype/ttf-sil-padauk to
  * Drop x-ttcidfont-conf, fontconfig et al. from Suggests
  * Drop preinst script


This package was debianized by Nicolas Spalinger <>
on Sat, 26 Nov 2005.  Thanks to Daniel Glassey <> and Martin Hosken <>.

See the Alioth project for co-maintainership of open fonts:

It was downloaded from

Upstream Author: Debbi and Martin Hosken, Keith Strib

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