operator-mono-lig - Add ligatures to Operator Mono similar to Fira Code

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This project will generate new OpenType fonts for Operator Mono that includes ligatures similar to those found in the popular Fira Code font. These ligatures were custom created using Glyphs. There are even italic versions of the ligatures.

https://github.com/kiliman/operator-mono-lig

Dependencies:

bluebird : ^3.5.0
xml-formatter : ^1.0.1
xmldom : ^0.1.27
xpath : 0.0.24

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