[Fontconfig] How can I get font list for specific language?
akira at tagoh.org
Fri Mar 16 01:56:52 PDT 2012
That is because your font just doesn't satisfy the requirements of
ja.orth. you can check what glyphs are really missing in the font.
I did write a small tool to do that some while ago. I don't know if
it still works and need to rewrite it according to some advice but
anyway. see https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=29312
2012/3/16 Deokjin Kim <deokjin81.kim at samsung.com>:
> Hello Akira,
> Thank you for your advice.
> Main issue is that my japanese font file doesn't have "ja".
> Below is lang info of japanese font file.
> So I can't find japanese font using lang info("ja") of font file.
> Maybe other two-character specify japanese font file?
> Or my japanese font file has wrong lang info?
> Best Regards,
> Deokjin Kim
> ------- Original Message -------
> Sender : Akira TAGOH<akira at tagoh.org>
> Date : 2012-03-16 16:46 (GMT+09:00)
> Title : Re: [Fontconfig] How can I get font list for specific language?
> On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 4:06 PM, Deokjin Kim wrote:
>> I want to get font list for specific language.
>> As I know, font file(*.ttf) has lang info. Below is example.
>> What's the meaning of above info?
>> bg ==> BULGARIAN
>> ko ==> KOREAN
>> kum ==> ??
>> os ==> ??
>> ru ==> RUSSIAN
>> sel ==> ??
>> Is it right infomation?
> bg is Bulgarian, ko is Korean, kum is Kumyk, os is Ossetian, ru is
> Russian, sel is Selkup.
>> I can get lang info(lang=bg|ko|kum|os|ru|sel) using modification of fc-list.c, but I don't know exact meaning.
>> Actually above font file is for korean. But it has not only "ko", but also "bg", "ru" ....
>> Font file has wrong lang info? Otherwise, my approach is not good?
> That would means that font has glyphs those orthography files contains.
>> If you know proper approach, please let me know.
> I think you need to add the lang into your pattern like:
> FcPatternAddString(pat, FC_LANG, "ko");
> Akira TAGOH
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