[Fontconfig] Problem when <alias> is followed by more than one <family>
lolilolicon at gmail.com
Mon Jan 16 03:33:14 PST 2012
On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 7:10 PM, Akira TAGOH <akira at tagoh.org> wrote:
> BTW please send to the list too...
Ah, sorry about that.
>> "Helvetica LT Std" does not have any special priority in my setup, i.e. no
>> other rule regarding it at all. I'm pretty sure it's a bug. Not in
>> <alias>, though, because the equivalent <match> with the three <string>s
>> in <test> gives the same result.
> If it behaves differently after removing the line of <family> for
> lolfont, that may be a side-effect of a bug of multiple <family>
> elements in <test> as <alias> is a syntactic sugar for that, I guess.
Yes, removing it gives a different result, i.e. the font mapped to
sans-serif. More than one element in <test> is the real problem here, it
behaves curiously and is quite puzzling.
Thank you, Akira.
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