rs at mytum.de
Sun Jul 7 14:57:15 PDT 2013
Santiago José López Borrazás wrote:
> El 07/07/13 18:50, Alan Coopersmith escribió:
>> On 07/ 7/13 09:42 AM, Santiago José López Borrazás wrote:
>>> Earlier in the Debian version 2.9.0-7, had ~/.fonts.conf in my HOME.
>>> But it currently using the new version of fontconfig, which is the 2.10.2-2.
>>> Where I hang up .fonts.conf now?
>>> As one finality that I have in the /etc/fonts/conf.d:
>> /etc/fonts/conf.d/50-user.conf is what specifies which files from your home
>> directory to load, and should answer your questions there.
> Yes, but not charging. The file is:
> <?xml version="1.0"?>
> <!DOCTYPE fontconfig SYSTEM "fonts.dtd">
> <!-- Load per-user customization file -->
> <include ignore_missing="yes" prefix="xdg">fontconfig/conf.d</include>
> <include ignore_missing="yes" prefix="xdg">fontconfig/fonts.conf</include>
> <!-- the following elements will be removed in the future -->
> <include ignore_missing="yes" deprecated="yes">~/.fonts.conf.d</include>
> <include ignore_missing="yes" deprecated="yes">~/.fonts.conf</include>
> The xdg? What?
"xdg" for <include> elements means XDG_CONFIG_HOME, which is normally
So the location would normally be ~/.config/fontconfig/fonts.conf.
NB. "xdg" for <dir> elements means XDG_DATA_HOME and it's already
configured in /etc/fonts/fonts.conf, so I think the <dir> element in the
example you posted is probably not necessary.
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