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
would be...)


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
> need
> > 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
> to
> TTF in the function that adds a font for LO's use, and convert or reuse
> back
> when writing out a document.
> --
>  Lubos Lunak
>  l.lunak at suse.cz
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