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emojione-color-font - End of Life. Switch to https://github.com/eosrei/twemoji-color-font

  •    Makefile

Upstream licensing has changed (details). This is the final release of this project. There will be no further updates. Switch to Twitter Color Emoji SVGinOT Font for Unicode 10.0 and Emoji 5.0. A color and B&W emoji SVGinOT font built from EmojiOne artwork with support for ZWJ, skin tone diversity and country flags.

source-han-code-jp - Source Han Code JP | 源ノ角ゴシック Code

  •    PostScript

Source Han Code JP Version 2.010 is released. This version supports style-linking in apps that include 'B' (Bold) and 'I' (Italic) buttons in their font menu. The sorting of the font names in some apps is also improved. U+2423 '␣' OPEN BOX now has a monospaced horizontal advance of 667 units (the previous version used 1000 units). See Issue #12.

fantasque-sans - A font family with a great monospaced variant for programmers.

  •    Python

A programming font, designed with functionality in mind, and with some wibbly-wobbly handwriting-like fuzziness that makes it unassumingly cool. Download or see installation instructions. The name comes from my realization that at some point it looked like the mutant child of Comic Sans and Helvetica Neue. Hopefully it is not the case any more.

twemoji-color-font - Color emoji SVGinOT font using Twitter Unicode 10 emoji with diversity and country flags

  •    Makefile

A color and B&W emoji SVGinOT font built from the Twitter Emoji for Everyone artwork with support for ZWJ, skin tone diversity and country flags. The font works in all operating systems, but will currently only show color emoji in Firefox, Thunderbird, Photoshop CC 2017, and Windows Edge V38.14393+. This is not a limitation of the font, but of the operating systems and applications. Regular B&W outline emoji are included for backwards/fallback compatibility.




unicode-display_width - Monospace Unicode character width in Ruby

  •    Ruby

Determines the monospace display width of a string in Ruby. Implementation based on EastAsianWidth.txt and other data, 100% in Ruby. Other than wcwidth(), which fulfills a similar purpose, it does not rely on the OS vendor to provide an up-to-date method for measuring string width. Guesing the correct space a character will consume on terminals is not easy. There is no single standard. Most implementations combine data from East Asian Width, some General Categories, and hand-picked adjustments.

tamzen-font - 💌 Bitmapped programming font, based on Tamsyn

  •    Ruby

This is my personal fork of the wonderful Tamsyn font by Scott Fial. It is programatically forked from Tamsyn version 1.11 by the Rakefile script (see the "Building" section below) which backports glyphs from older versions while deleting deliberately empty glyphs (which are marked as unimplemented) to allow secondary/fallback fonts to provide real glyphs at those codepoints.

Ligaturizer - Programming Fonts with Ligatures added (& a script to add them to other fonts)

  •    Python

A fontforge python script (ligaturize.py) that you can use to add the Fira Code ligatures to any other font you like. Using the Fonts: See the FiraCode README for a list of supported editors.

DaddyTimeMono - A Monospaced Font

  •    Makefile

A monospaced font for programmers and other terminal groupies. TTF file is in ./build directory.