--- Comment #48 from Rob Janes <janes.rob(a)gmail.com> 2013-06-01 05:37:49 CEST ---
Alec L - thanks for the info ...
i think "fontconfig" refers to a font system, not a particular file. I
searched the document you linked to, and all references to "fontconfig" used it
in the context of a system, not a file.
X has two font systems. X Core fonts is deprecated. The new font system I've
been calling Xft, but in the documents you've linked to it's called
The rpm i built activates the fonts in both systems.
The linked document refers to a font template which should be built. The
format looks a lot like a spec file. I'll read it and see if it makes sense to
Following all the guidelines there sounds problematic. It's for fonts to be
introduced to fedora or are very close to fedora. That's never going to happen
with my stuff, so I'm not sure if it's worth the effort, especially if it means
breaking up the rpm into multiple rpms. I wanted to get one rpm to install all
the microsoft fonts, just to make it easy.
not sure if I want to change the name yet again ... if I change the name again
it'll be back to the old name to try and suck up the air from the broken rpms.
Anyways, thanks again for the pointer.
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