--- Comment #51 from Rob Janes <janes.rob(a)gmail.com> 2013-06-01 16:29:16 CEST ---
slight correction - /etc/fonts/conf.d is the directory, and files in there are
often symlinks to /usr/share/fontconfig/conf.avail.
There's a helpful README that explains the naming convention.
my rpm only puts a 09xxx file (for naming font directories) if the msttcore
font directory is NOT a subdirectory of the main fontconfig directory.
Each file in this directory is a fontconfig configuration file. Fontconfig
scans this directory, loading all files of the form [0-9][0-9]*.conf.
These files are normally installed in ../conf.avail and then symlinked here,
allowing them to be easily installed and then enabled/disabled by adjusting
The files are loaded in numeric order, the structure of the configuration
has led to the following conventions in usage:
Files begining with: Contain:
00 through 09 Font directories
10 through 19 system rendering defaults (AA, etc)
20 through 29 font rendering options
30 through 39 family substitution
40 through 49 generic identification, map family->generic
50 through 59 alternate config file loading
60 through 69 generic aliases, map generic->family
70 through 79 select font (adjust which fonts are available)
80 through 89 match target="scan" (modify scanned patterns)
90 through 99 font synthesis
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