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/****************************************************************************
*
* ftoption.h
*
* User-selectable configuration macros (specification only).
*
* Copyright (C) 1996-2020 by
* David Turner, Robert Wilhelm, and Werner Lemberg.
*
* This file is part of the FreeType project, and may only be used,
* modified, and distributed under the terms of the FreeType project
* license, LICENSE.TXT. By continuing to use, modify, or distribute
* this file you indicate that you have read the license and
* understand and accept it fully.
*
*/
#ifndef FTOPTION_H_
#define FTOPTION_H_
#include <ft2build.h>
FT_BEGIN_HEADER
/**************************************************************************
*
* USER-SELECTABLE CONFIGURATION MACROS
*
* This file contains the default configuration macro definitions for a
* standard build of the FreeType library. There are three ways to use
* this file to build project-specific versions of the library:
*
* - You can modify this file by hand, but this is not recommended in
* cases where you would like to build several versions of the library
* from a single source directory.
*
* - You can put a copy of this file in your build directory, more
* precisely in `$BUILD/freetype/config/ftoption.h`, where `$BUILD` is
* the name of a directory that is included _before_ the FreeType include
* path during compilation.
*
* The default FreeType Makefiles and Jamfiles use the build directory
* `builds/<system>` by default, but you can easily change that for your
* own projects.
*
* - Copy the file <ft2build.h> to `$BUILD/ft2build.h` and modify it
* slightly to pre-define the macro `FT_CONFIG_OPTIONS_H` used to locate
* this file during the build. For example,
*
* ```
* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTIONS_H <myftoptions.h>
* #include <freetype/config/ftheader.h>
* ```
*
* will use `$BUILD/myftoptions.h` instead of this file for macro
* definitions.
*
* Note also that you can similarly pre-define the macro
* `FT_CONFIG_MODULES_H` used to locate the file listing of the modules
* that are statically linked to the library at compile time. By
* default, this file is `<freetype/config/ftmodule.h>`.
*
* We highly recommend using the third method whenever possible.
*
*/
/*************************************************************************/
/*************************************************************************/
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/*#************************************************************************
*
* If you enable this configuration option, FreeType recognizes an
* environment variable called `FREETYPE_PROPERTIES`, which can be used to
* control the various font drivers and modules. The controllable
* properties are listed in the section @properties.
*
* You have to undefine this configuration option on platforms that lack
* the concept of environment variables (and thus don't have the `getenv`
* function), for example Windows CE.
*
* `FREETYPE_PROPERTIES` has the following syntax form (broken here into
* multiple lines for better readability).
*
* ```
* <optional whitespace>
* <module-name1> ':'
* <property-name1> '=' <property-value1>
* <whitespace>
* <module-name2> ':'
* <property-name2> '=' <property-value2>
* ...
* ```
*
* Example:
*
* ```
* FREETYPE_PROPERTIES=truetype:interpreter-version=35 \
* cff:no-stem-darkening=1 \
* autofitter:warping=1
* ```
*
*/
#define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_ENVIRONMENT_PROPERTIES
/**************************************************************************
*
* Uncomment the line below if you want to activate LCD rendering
* technology similar to ClearType in this build of the library. This
* technology triples the resolution in the direction color subpixels. To
* mitigate color fringes inherent to this technology, you also need to
* explicitly set up LCD filtering.
*
* When this macro is not defined, FreeType offers alternative LCD
* rendering technology that produces excellent output.
*/
/* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_SUBPIXEL_RENDERING */
/**************************************************************************
*
* Many compilers provide a non-ANSI 64-bit data type that can be used by
* FreeType to speed up some computations. However, this will create some
* problems when compiling the library in strict ANSI mode.
*
* For this reason, the use of 64-bit integers is normally disabled when
* the `__STDC__` macro is defined. You can however disable this by
* defining the macro `FT_CONFIG_OPTION_FORCE_INT64` here.
*
* For most compilers, this will only create compilation warnings when
* building the library.
*
* ObNote: The compiler-specific 64-bit integers are detected in the
* file `ftconfig.h` either statically or through the `configure`
* script on supported platforms.
*/
#undef FT_CONFIG_OPTION_FORCE_INT64
/**************************************************************************
*
* If this macro is defined, do not try to use an assembler version of
* performance-critical functions (e.g., @FT_MulFix). You should only do
* that to verify that the assembler function works properly, or to execute
* benchmark tests of the various implementations.
*/
/* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_NO_ASSEMBLER */
/**************************************************************************
*
* If this macro is defined, try to use an inlined assembler version of the
* @FT_MulFix function, which is a 'hotspot' when loading and hinting
* glyphs, and which should be executed as fast as possible.
*
* Note that if your compiler or CPU is not supported, this will default to
* the standard and portable implementation found in `ftcalc.c`.
*/
#define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_INLINE_MULFIX
/**************************************************************************
*
* LZW-compressed file support.
*
* FreeType now handles font files that have been compressed with the
* `compress` program. This is mostly used to parse many of the PCF
* files that come with various X11 distributions. The implementation
* uses NetBSD's `zopen` to partially uncompress the file on the fly (see
* `src/lzw/ftgzip.c`).
*
* Define this macro if you want to enable this 'feature'.
*/
#define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_LZW
/**************************************************************************
*
* Gzip-compressed file support.
*
* FreeType now handles font files that have been compressed with the
* `gzip` program. This is mostly used to parse many of the PCF files
* that come with XFree86. The implementation uses 'zlib' to partially
* uncompress the file on the fly (see `src/gzip/ftgzip.c`).
*
* Define this macro if you want to enable this 'feature'. See also the
* macro `FT_CONFIG_OPTION_SYSTEM_ZLIB` below.
*/
#define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_ZLIB
/**************************************************************************
*
* ZLib library selection
*
* This macro is only used when `FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_ZLIB` is defined.
* It allows FreeType's 'ftgzip' component to link to the system's
* installation of the ZLib library. This is useful on systems like
* Unix or VMS where it generally is already available.
*
* If you let it undefined, the component will use its own copy of the
* zlib sources instead. These have been modified to be included
* directly within the component and **not** export external function
* names. This allows you to link any program with FreeType _and_ ZLib
* without linking conflicts.
*
* Do not `#undef` this macro here since the build system might define
* it for certain configurations only.
*
* If you use a build system like cmake or the `configure` script,
* options set by those programs have precedence, overwriting the value
* here with the configured one.
*/
/* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_SYSTEM_ZLIB */
/**************************************************************************
*
* Bzip2-compressed file support.
*
* FreeType now handles font files that have been compressed with the
* `bzip2` program. This is mostly used to parse many of the PCF files
* that come with XFree86. The implementation uses `libbz2` to partially
* uncompress the file on the fly (see `src/bzip2/ftbzip2.c`). Contrary
* to gzip, bzip2 currently is not included and need to use the system
* available bzip2 implementation.
*
* Define this macro if you want to enable this 'feature'.
*
* If you use a build system like cmake or the `configure` script,
* options set by those programs have precedence, overwriting the value
* here with the configured one.
*/
/* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_BZIP2 */
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define to disable the use of file stream functions and types, `FILE`,
* `fopen`, etc. Enables the use of smaller system libraries on embedded
* systems that have multiple system libraries, some with or without file
* stream support, in the cases where file stream support is not necessary
* such as memory loading of font files.
*/
/* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_DISABLE_STREAM_SUPPORT */
/**************************************************************************
*
* PNG bitmap support.
*
* FreeType now handles loading color bitmap glyphs in the PNG format.
* This requires help from the external libpng library. Uncompressed
* color bitmaps do not need any external libraries and will be supported
* regardless of this configuration.
*
* Define this macro if you want to enable this 'feature'.
*
* If you use a build system like cmake or the `configure` script,
* options set by those programs have precedence, overwriting the value
* here with the configured one.
*/
/* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_PNG */
/**************************************************************************
*
* HarfBuzz support.
*
* FreeType uses the HarfBuzz library to improve auto-hinting of OpenType
* fonts. If available, many glyphs not directly addressable by a font's
* character map will be hinted also.
*
* Define this macro if you want to enable this 'feature'.
*
* If you use a build system like cmake or the `configure` script,
* options set by those programs have precedence, overwriting the value
* here with the configured one.
*/
/* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_HARFBUZZ */
/**************************************************************************
*
* Brotli support.
*
* FreeType uses the Brotli library to provide support for decompressing
* WOFF2 streams.
*
* Define this macro if you want to enable this 'feature'.
*
* If you use a build system like cmake or the `configure` script,
* options set by those programs have precedence, overwriting the value
* here with the configured one.
*/
/* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_BROTLI */
/**************************************************************************
*
* Glyph Postscript Names handling
*
* By default, FreeType 2 is compiled with the 'psnames' module. This
* module is in charge of converting a glyph name string into a Unicode
* value, or return a Macintosh standard glyph name for the use with the
* TrueType 'post' table.
*
* Undefine this macro if you do not want 'psnames' compiled in your
* build of FreeType. This has the following effects:
*
* - The TrueType driver will provide its own set of glyph names, if you
* build it to support postscript names in the TrueType 'post' table,
* but will not synthesize a missing Unicode charmap.
*
* - The Type~1 driver will not be able to synthesize a Unicode charmap
* out of the glyphs found in the fonts.
*
* You would normally undefine this configuration macro when building a
* version of FreeType that doesn't contain a Type~1 or CFF driver.
*/
#define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_POSTSCRIPT_NAMES
/**************************************************************************
*
* Postscript Names to Unicode Values support
*
* By default, FreeType~2 is built with the 'psnames' module compiled in.
* Among other things, the module is used to convert a glyph name into a
* Unicode value. This is especially useful in order to synthesize on
* the fly a Unicode charmap from the CFF/Type~1 driver through a big
* table named the 'Adobe Glyph List' (AGL).
*
* Undefine this macro if you do not want the Adobe Glyph List compiled
* in your 'psnames' module. The Type~1 driver will not be able to
* synthesize a Unicode charmap out of the glyphs found in the fonts.
*/
#define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_ADOBE_GLYPH_LIST
/**************************************************************************
*
* Support for Mac fonts
*
* Define this macro if you want support for outline fonts in Mac format
* (mac dfont, mac resource, macbinary containing a mac resource) on
* non-Mac platforms.
*
* Note that the 'FOND' resource isn't checked.
*/
#define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_MAC_FONTS
/**************************************************************************
*
* Guessing methods to access embedded resource forks
*
* Enable extra Mac fonts support on non-Mac platforms (e.g., GNU/Linux).
*
* Resource forks which include fonts data are stored sometimes in
* locations which users or developers don't expected. In some cases,
* resource forks start with some offset from the head of a file. In
* other cases, the actual resource fork is stored in file different from
* what the user specifies. If this option is activated, FreeType tries
* to guess whether such offsets or different file names must be used.
*
* Note that normal, direct access of resource forks is controlled via
* the `FT_CONFIG_OPTION_MAC_FONTS` option.
*/
#ifdef FT_CONFIG_OPTION_MAC_FONTS
#define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_GUESSING_EMBEDDED_RFORK
#endif
/**************************************************************************
*
* Allow the use of `FT_Incremental_Interface` to load typefaces that
* contain no glyph data, but supply it via a callback function. This is
* required by clients supporting document formats which supply font data
* incrementally as the document is parsed, such as the Ghostscript
* interpreter for the PostScript language.
*/
#define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_INCREMENTAL
/**************************************************************************
*
* The size in bytes of the render pool used by the scan-line converter to
* do all of its work.
*/
#define FT_RENDER_POOL_SIZE 16384L
/**************************************************************************
*
* FT_MAX_MODULES
*
* The maximum number of modules that can be registered in a single
* FreeType library object. 32~is the default.
*/
#define FT_MAX_MODULES 32
/**************************************************************************
*
* Debug level
*
* FreeType can be compiled in debug or trace mode. In debug mode,
* errors are reported through the 'ftdebug' component. In trace mode,
* additional messages are sent to the standard output during execution.
*
* Define `FT_DEBUG_LEVEL_ERROR` to build the library in debug mode.
* Define `FT_DEBUG_LEVEL_TRACE` to build it in trace mode.
*
* Don't define any of these macros to compile in 'release' mode!
*
* Do not `#undef` these macros here since the build system might define
* them for certain configurations only.
*/
/* #define FT_DEBUG_LEVEL_ERROR */
/* #define FT_DEBUG_LEVEL_TRACE */
/**************************************************************************
*
* Autofitter debugging
*
* If `FT_DEBUG_AUTOFIT` is defined, FreeType provides some means to
* control the autofitter behaviour for debugging purposes with global
* boolean variables (consequently, you should **never** enable this
* while compiling in 'release' mode):
*
* ```
* _af_debug_disable_horz_hints
* _af_debug_disable_vert_hints
* _af_debug_disable_blue_hints
* ```
*
* Additionally, the following functions provide dumps of various
* internal autofit structures to stdout (using `printf`):
*
* ```
* af_glyph_hints_dump_points
* af_glyph_hints_dump_segments
* af_glyph_hints_dump_edges
* af_glyph_hints_get_num_segments
* af_glyph_hints_get_segment_offset
* ```
*
* As an argument, they use another global variable:
*
* ```
* _af_debug_hints
* ```
*
* Please have a look at the `ftgrid` demo program to see how those
* variables and macros should be used.
*
* Do not `#undef` these macros here since the build system might define
* them for certain configurations only.
*/
/* #define FT_DEBUG_AUTOFIT */
/**************************************************************************
*
* Memory Debugging
*
* FreeType now comes with an integrated memory debugger that is capable
* of detecting simple errors like memory leaks or double deletes. To
* compile it within your build of the library, you should define
* `FT_DEBUG_MEMORY` here.
*
* Note that the memory debugger is only activated at runtime when when
* the _environment_ variable `FT2_DEBUG_MEMORY` is defined also!
*
* Do not `#undef` this macro here since the build system might define it
* for certain configurations only.
*/
/* #define FT_DEBUG_MEMORY */
/**************************************************************************
*
* Module errors
*
* If this macro is set (which is _not_ the default), the higher byte of
* an error code gives the module in which the error has occurred, while
* the lower byte is the real error code.
*
* Setting this macro makes sense for debugging purposes only, since it
* would break source compatibility of certain programs that use
* FreeType~2.
*
* More details can be found in the files `ftmoderr.h` and `fterrors.h`.
*/
#undef FT_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_MODULE_ERRORS
/**************************************************************************
*
* Error Strings
*
* If this macro is set, `FT_Error_String` will return meaningful
* descriptions. This is not enabled by default to reduce the overall
* size of FreeType.
*
* More details can be found in the file `fterrors.h`.
*/
/* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_ERROR_STRINGS */
/*************************************************************************/
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/*************************************************************************/
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_EMBEDDED_BITMAPS` if you want to support
* embedded bitmaps in all formats using the 'sfnt' module (namely
* TrueType~& OpenType).
*/
#define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_EMBEDDED_BITMAPS
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_COLOR_LAYERS` if you want to support coloured
* outlines (from the 'COLR'/'CPAL' tables) in all formats using the 'sfnt'
* module (namely TrueType~& OpenType).
*/
#define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_COLOR_LAYERS
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_POSTSCRIPT_NAMES` if you want to be able to
* load and enumerate the glyph Postscript names in a TrueType or OpenType
* file.
*
* Note that when you do not compile the 'psnames' module by undefining the
* above `FT_CONFIG_OPTION_POSTSCRIPT_NAMES`, the 'sfnt' module will
* contain additional code used to read the PS Names table from a font.
*
* (By default, the module uses 'psnames' to extract glyph names.)
*/
#define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_POSTSCRIPT_NAMES
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_SFNT_NAMES` if your applications need to access
* the internal name table in a SFNT-based format like TrueType or
* OpenType. The name table contains various strings used to describe the
* font, like family name, copyright, version, etc. It does not contain
* any glyph name though.
*
* Accessing SFNT names is done through the functions declared in
* `ftsnames.h`.
*/
#define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_SFNT_NAMES
/**************************************************************************
*
* TrueType CMap support
*
* Here you can fine-tune which TrueType CMap table format shall be
* supported.
*/
#define TT_CONFIG_CMAP_FORMAT_0
#define TT_CONFIG_CMAP_FORMAT_2
#define TT_CONFIG_CMAP_FORMAT_4
#define TT_CONFIG_CMAP_FORMAT_6
#define TT_CONFIG_CMAP_FORMAT_8
#define TT_CONFIG_CMAP_FORMAT_10
#define TT_CONFIG_CMAP_FORMAT_12
#define TT_CONFIG_CMAP_FORMAT_13
#define TT_CONFIG_CMAP_FORMAT_14
/*************************************************************************/
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/*************************************************************************/
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_BYTECODE_INTERPRETER` if you want to compile a
* bytecode interpreter in the TrueType driver.
*
* By undefining this, you will only compile the code necessary to load
* TrueType glyphs without hinting.
*
* Do not `#undef` this macro here, since the build system might define it
* for certain configurations only.
*/
#define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_BYTECODE_INTERPRETER
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_SUBPIXEL_HINTING` if you want to compile
* subpixel hinting support into the TrueType driver. This modifies the
* TrueType hinting mechanism when anything but `FT_RENDER_MODE_MONO` is
* requested.
*
* In particular, it modifies the bytecode interpreter to interpret (or
* not) instructions in a certain way so that all TrueType fonts look like
* they do in a Windows ClearType (DirectWrite) environment. See [1] for a
* technical overview on what this means. See `ttinterp.h` for more
* details on the LEAN option.
*
* There are three possible values.
*
* Value 1:
* This value is associated with the 'Infinality' moniker, contributed by
* an individual nicknamed Infinality with the goal of making TrueType
* fonts render better than on Windows. A high amount of configurability
* and flexibility, down to rules for single glyphs in fonts, but also
* very slow. Its experimental and slow nature and the original
* developer losing interest meant that this option was never enabled in
* default builds.
*
* The corresponding interpreter version is v38.
*
* Value 2:
* The new default mode for the TrueType driver. The Infinality code
* base was stripped to the bare minimum and all configurability removed
* in the name of speed and simplicity. The configurability was mainly
* aimed at legacy fonts like 'Arial', 'Times New Roman', or 'Courier'.
* Legacy fonts are fonts that modify vertical stems to achieve clean
* black-and-white bitmaps. The new mode focuses on applying a minimal
* set of rules to all fonts indiscriminately so that modern and web
* fonts render well while legacy fonts render okay.
*
* The corresponding interpreter version is v40.
*
* Value 3:
* Compile both, making both v38 and v40 available (the latter is the
* default).
*
* By undefining these, you get rendering behavior like on Windows without
* ClearType, i.e., Windows XP without ClearType enabled and Win9x
* (interpreter version v35). Or not, depending on how much hinting blood
* and testing tears the font designer put into a given font. If you
* define one or both subpixel hinting options, you can switch between
* between v35 and the ones you define (using `FT_Property_Set`).
*
* This option requires `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_BYTECODE_INTERPRETER` to be
* defined.
*
* [1]
* https://www.microsoft.com/typography/cleartype/truetypecleartype.aspx
*/
/* #define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_SUBPIXEL_HINTING 1 */
#define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_SUBPIXEL_HINTING 2
/* #define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_SUBPIXEL_HINTING ( 1 | 2 ) */
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_COMPONENT_OFFSET_SCALED` to compile the
* TrueType glyph loader to use Apple's definition of how to handle
* component offsets in composite glyphs.
*
* Apple and MS disagree on the default behavior of component offsets in
* composites. Apple says that they should be scaled by the scaling
* factors in the transformation matrix (roughly, it's more complex) while
* MS says they should not. OpenType defines two bits in the composite
* flags array which can be used to disambiguate, but old fonts will not
* have them.
*
* https://www.microsoft.com/typography/otspec/glyf.htm
* https://developer.apple.com/fonts/TrueType-Reference-Manual/RM06/Chap6glyf.html
*/
#undef TT_CONFIG_OPTION_COMPONENT_OFFSET_SCALED
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_GX_VAR_SUPPORT` if you want to include support
* for Apple's distortable font technology ('fvar', 'gvar', 'cvar', and
* 'avar' tables). Tagged 'Font Variations', this is now part of OpenType
* also. This has many similarities to Type~1 Multiple Masters support.
*/
#define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_GX_VAR_SUPPORT
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_BDF` if you want to include support for an
* embedded 'BDF~' table within SFNT-based bitmap formats.
*/
#define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_BDF
/**************************************************************************
*
* Option `TT_CONFIG_OPTION_MAX_RUNNABLE_OPCODES` controls the maximum
* number of bytecode instructions executed for a single run of the
* bytecode interpreter, needed to prevent infinite loops. You don't want
* to change this except for very special situations (e.g., making a
* library fuzzer spend less time to handle broken fonts).
*
* It is not expected that this value is ever modified by a configuring
* script; instead, it gets surrounded with `#ifndef ... #endif` so that
* the value can be set as a preprocessor option on the compiler's command
* line.
*/
#ifndef TT_CONFIG_OPTION_MAX_RUNNABLE_OPCODES
#define TT_CONFIG_OPTION_MAX_RUNNABLE_OPCODES 1000000L
#endif
/*************************************************************************/
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/*************************************************************************/
/**************************************************************************
*
* `T1_MAX_DICT_DEPTH` is the maximum depth of nest dictionaries and arrays
* in the Type~1 stream (see `t1load.c`). A minimum of~4 is required.
*/
#define T1_MAX_DICT_DEPTH 5
/**************************************************************************
*
* `T1_MAX_SUBRS_CALLS` details the maximum number of nested sub-routine
* calls during glyph loading.
*/
#define T1_MAX_SUBRS_CALLS 16
/**************************************************************************
*
* `T1_MAX_CHARSTRING_OPERANDS` is the charstring stack's capacity. A
* minimum of~16 is required.
*
* The Chinese font 'MingTiEG-Medium' (covering the CNS 11643 character
* set) needs 256.
*/
#define T1_MAX_CHARSTRINGS_OPERANDS 256
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define this configuration macro if you want to prevent the compilation
* of the 't1afm' module, which is in charge of reading Type~1 AFM files
* into an existing face. Note that if set, the Type~1 driver will be
* unable to produce kerning distances.
*/
#undef T1_CONFIG_OPTION_NO_AFM
/**************************************************************************
*
* Define this configuration macro if you want to prevent the compilation
* of the Multiple Masters font support in the Type~1 driver.
*/
#undef T1_CONFIG_OPTION_NO_MM_SUPPORT
/**************************************************************************
*
* `T1_CONFIG_OPTION_OLD_ENGINE` controls whether the pre-Adobe Type~1
* engine gets compiled into FreeType. If defined, it is possible to
* switch between the two engines using the `hinting-engine` property of
* the 'type1' driver module.
*/
/* #define T1_CONFIG_OPTION_OLD_ENGINE */
/*************************************************************************/
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/*************************************************************************/
/**************************************************************************
*
* Using `CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_{X,Y}{1,2,3,4}` it is
* possible to set up the default values of the four control points that
* define the stem darkening behaviour of the (new) CFF engine. For more
* details please read the documentation of the `darkening-parameters`
* property (file `ftdriver.h`), which allows the control at run-time.
*
* Do **not** undefine these macros!
*/
#define CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X1 500
#define CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y1 400
#define CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X2 1000
#define CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y2 275
#define CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X3 1667
#define CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y3 275
#define CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X4 2333
#define CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y4 0
/**************************************************************************
*
* `CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_OLD_ENGINE` controls whether the pre-Adobe CFF engine
* gets compiled into FreeType. If defined, it is possible to switch
* between the two engines using the `hinting-engine` property of the 'cff'
* driver module.
*/
/* #define CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_OLD_ENGINE */
/*************************************************************************/
/*************************************************************************/
/**** ****/
/**** P C F D R I V E R C O N F I G U R A T I O N ****/
/**** ****/
/*************************************************************************/
/*************************************************************************/
/**************************************************************************
*
* There are many PCF fonts just called 'Fixed' which look completely
* different, and which have nothing to do with each other. When selecting
* 'Fixed' in KDE or Gnome one gets results that appear rather random, the
* style changes often if one changes the size and one cannot select some
* fonts at all. This option makes the 'pcf' module prepend the foundry
* name (plus a space) to the family name.
*
* We also check whether we have 'wide' characters; all put together, we
* get family names like 'Sony Fixed' or 'Misc Fixed Wide'.
*
* If this option is activated, it can be controlled with the
* `no-long-family-names` property of the 'pcf' driver module.
*/
/* #define PCF_CONFIG_OPTION_LONG_FAMILY_NAMES */
/*************************************************************************/
/*************************************************************************/
/**** ****/
/**** A U T O F I T M O D U L E C O N F I G U R A T I O N ****/
/**** ****/
/*************************************************************************/
/*************************************************************************/
/**************************************************************************
*
* Compile 'autofit' module with CJK (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) script
* support.
*/
#define AF_CONFIG_OPTION_CJK
/**************************************************************************
*
* Compile 'autofit' module with fallback Indic script support, covering
* some scripts that the 'latin' submodule of the 'autofit' module doesn't
* (yet) handle. Currently, this needs option `AF_CONFIG_OPTION_CJK`.
*/
#ifdef AF_CONFIG_OPTION_CJK
#define AF_CONFIG_OPTION_INDIC
#endif
/**************************************************************************
*
* Compile 'autofit' module with warp hinting. The idea of the warping
* code is to slightly scale and shift a glyph within a single dimension so
* that as much of its segments are aligned (more or less) on the grid. To
* find out the optimal scaling and shifting value, various parameter
* combinations are tried and scored.
*
* You can switch warping on and off with the `warping` property of the
* auto-hinter (see file `ftdriver.h` for more information; by default it
* is switched off).
*
* This experimental option is not active if the rendering mode is
* `FT_RENDER_MODE_LIGHT`.
*/
#define AF_CONFIG_OPTION_USE_WARPER
/**************************************************************************
*
* Use TrueType-like size metrics for 'light' auto-hinting.
*
* It is strongly recommended to avoid this option, which exists only to
* help some legacy applications retain its appearance and behaviour with
* respect to auto-hinted TrueType fonts.
*
* The very reason this option exists at all are GNU/Linux distributions
* like Fedora that did not un-patch the following change (which was
* present in FreeType between versions 2.4.6 and 2.7.1, inclusive).
*
* ```
* 2011-07-16 Steven Chu <steven.f.chu@gmail.com>
*
* [truetype] Fix metrics on size request for scalable fonts.
* ```
*
* This problematic commit is now reverted (more or less).
*/
/* #define AF_CONFIG_OPTION_TT_SIZE_METRICS */
/* */
/*
* This macro is obsolete. Support has been removed in FreeType version
* 2.5.
*/
/* #define FT_CONFIG_OPTION_OLD_INTERNALS */
/*
* The next three macros are defined if native TrueType hinting is
* requested by the definitions above. Don't change this.
*/
#ifdef TT_CONFIG_OPTION_BYTECODE_INTERPRETER
#define TT_USE_BYTECODE_INTERPRETER
#ifdef TT_CONFIG_OPTION_SUBPIXEL_HINTING
#if TT_CONFIG_OPTION_SUBPIXEL_HINTING & 1
#define TT_SUPPORT_SUBPIXEL_HINTING_INFINALITY
#endif
#if TT_CONFIG_OPTION_SUBPIXEL_HINTING & 2
#define TT_SUPPORT_SUBPIXEL_HINTING_MINIMAL
#endif
#endif
#endif
/*
* Check CFF darkening parameters. The checks are the same as in function
* `cff_property_set` in file `cffdrivr.c`.
*/
#if CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X1 < 0 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X2 < 0 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X3 < 0 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X4 < 0 || \
\
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y1 < 0 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y2 < 0 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y3 < 0 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y4 < 0 || \
\
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X1 > \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X2 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X2 > \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X3 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X3 > \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_X4 || \
\
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y1 > 500 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y2 > 500 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y3 > 500 || \
CFF_CONFIG_OPTION_DARKENING_PARAMETER_Y4 > 500
#error "Invalid CFF darkening parameters!"
#endif
FT_END_HEADER
#endif /* FTOPTION_H_ */
/* END */