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Re: Fwd: [fontconfig] single unicode and multiple glyphs




On 20 May 2011 15:23, neha gupta <nehagupta0304@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
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From: neha gupta <nehagupta0304@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, May 20, 2011 at 2:56 PM
Subject: [fontconfig] single unicode and multiple glyphs
To: fontconfig@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx


Hi All

  I have a use case where I have a single font file which contains
different glyphs for different languages for a single unicode.
  e.g. Âa.ttf

                Lang1   ÂLang2     Lang3
     Unicode
     Â0001      Âglyph1_1  glyph2_1  Âglyph3_1
     Â0002      Âglyph1_2  glyph2_2  Âglyph3_2

 ÂIs it possible to acheive by fontconfig ? and which API ?
 ÂThanks to all in advance for guidance.


 Yes, This is possible using locl feature of open type, I have implement this in Lohit Devnagari fonts read http://pravin-s.blogspot.com/2010/12/looks-like-lohit-is-first-open-source.html

 Use case Nepali language has different shape for number 5 and 8 and few ligature as well.

 Required things are rendering engine should support locl feature of opentype font. Pango support it.

Regards,
Pravin S
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