eot embedded fonts
Brennan T Vincent
brennanv at email.arizona.edu
Sat Oct 5 15:31:16 PDT 2013
+Fridrich, who has dealt with this sort of thing several times :)
Hi, I have finally gotten some time to work on this and I am happy to say
my library is now integrated with the build of libreoffice that I have on
my desktop, and embedded fonts in EOT format appear to be working. This
should unblock correct .pub and .ppt importing.
I just need to know where I can host my external library (libeot) that this
depends on in such a way that libreoffice can download it during the build
process. Is there a possibility of getting it hosted by freedesktop.org for
example? Or can I just host it on my personal site and have the build
script download it from there? (Not sure what the bandwidth requirements
On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 12:38 PM, Lubos Lunak <l.lunak at suse.cz> wrote:
> On Tuesday 27 of August 2013, Brennan T Vincent wrote:
> > Thanks Lubos
> > I should clarify, I already have an eot->ttf converter working; proof
> Ah, I read this the other way around the first time.
> > positive that MS and Monotype's documentation is sufficient :). I just
> > to clean up the code, write some unit tests, etc. before I am comfortable
> > submitting it to LibreOffice.
> > I'll take a look at EmbeddedFontsHelper
> So in that case it should be sufficient just to detect EOT and convert it
> TTF in the function that adds a font for LO's use, and convert or reuse
> when writing out a document.
> Lubos Lunak
> l.lunak at suse.cz
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