This is more a typography question than a TeX one, but can anyone recommend me a good monospaced font that blends well with Minion Pro?
I found this thread, because I had the same issue and I tested a huge bunch of teletype fonts and got stuck with
Which is equivalent to
In the following example of a bibliography with
If you want to typeset source code it might be better to use the tabular version of
which is equivalent to
This piece of code is taken from another answer I once gave.
Consolas is available with installation of office.
Inconsolata is influenced by Consolas.
The best choice will be TheSansMono Cond by Lucas. He also designed Consolas for microsoft.
These three share the same style. TheSansMono Cond is the best but much more expansive than others. Inconsolata is free as free software. But it lack the subtle fine tuning of the other two. And it has less shapes which means you can not use it to typeset your code in different shapes or weights.
Consolas is, I think, popular with Minion Pro but has licensing restrictions. The similarly-styled free font Inconsolata may be a better choice if you like this style. Inconsolata is licensed under the OFL and sponsored by the TeX Users Group Development Fund
The following two discussions on this site may be helpful:
Idris Samawi Hamid's 2005 paper for the NTG on Installing Expert Fonts: Minion Pro relates to ConTeXt but useful reading even if you are not using that and recommends Latin Modern for monospace and Euler for maths.
the LaTeX (Graphic) Companion uses Minion and
is another good choice