- I've gathered up current CVS (as of 2002-11-21) and put together fcpackage 2.1. This fixes various issues:
- Export some more Xft symbols (Cygwin) that are needed for qt 3.x (#5285, Ralf Habacker)
- Add a bunch more consts to Xft and fontconfig apis
- Update Xft manual (it's still pretty lame)
- Make handling of RGBA constants more consistent and less error prone
- Remove prototype Xft configuration file; its not used anymore
- Destroy images when drawing glyphs with the core protocol
- Remove unnecessary link between FC RGBA values and Render subpixel order constants
- Add image transformation and sub-pixel ordering to Render
- Fix file/face locking to make it more sensible
- Render uses int for 32 bits, Xlib uses long. This matters on alpha
- Miscomputing request length for String16 and String32
- Obey max request length even with BIG-REQUESTS for Trapezoids
- Skip unexpected data in . Deal with broken X servers a bit better
- XRenderQueryPictIndexValues support (from Olivier Chapuis). Bump Render version to 0.7
- Fix fontconfig to obey , so that the directory /usr/share/fonts is ignored in this case (#A.1325, Joe Moss).
- Change comments a bit in fonts.conf.in
- Add a bunch more blank glyphs, plus label existing blanks with official unicode names
- Elide historic cyrillic letters from several orthographies as they are unnecessary for modern documents and ill supported by fonts
- English orthography included 0xd. instead of 0xe. for several codepoints. Oops
- Add FC_RGBA_UNKNOWN
- Add fontversion field
- Was losing local cached dirs in global cache list
- In debugging output, mark weakly bound values with (w)
- Pacify gcc 3.2
- Fix alignment issue on sparc
- Fix structure alignment and array wlk bugs
Get release 2.1 here.
- The first release of Fontconfig is 2.0. Yes, this should by all rights be named 1.0, but there was an earlier library used by XFree86 called 'Xft' which had a 1.0 release and as fontconfig now ships version 2 of Xft, it made some (small) amount of sense to just label the whole mess 2.0.
Get release 2.0 here.
-- Main.KeithPackard - 21 Sep 2003