Font::TTF::AATutils(3) User Contributed Perl Documentation Font::TTF::AATutils(3)
($classes, $states) = AAT_read_subtable($fh, $baseOffset, $subtableStart, $limits)
$length = AAT_write_state_table($fh, $classes, $states, $numExtraTables, $packEntry)
$packEntry is a subroutine for packing an entry into binary form, called as
$dat = $packEntry($entry, $entryTable, $numEntries)
where the entry is a comma-separated list of nextStateOffset, flags, actions
($classes, $states, $entries) = AAT_read_state_table($fh, $numActionWords)
($format, $lookup) = AAT_read_lookup($fh, $valueSize, $length, $default)
AAT_write_lookup($fh, $format, $lookup, $valueSize, $default)
perl v5.16.3 2012-07-24 Font::TTF::AATutils(3)
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Font::TTF::PSNames(3pm) User Contributed Perl Documentation Font::TTF::PSNames(3pm)NAME
Font::TTF::PSNames - Utilities for Postscript glyph name processing
use Font::TTF::PSNames qw(parse lookup);
$name = lookup($uni);
$uni = parse($name);
lookup ( $usv [, $noAlt [, $noUni] ])
return the Adobe-recommended glyph name for a specific Unicode codepoint (integer). By default returns "uniXXXX" names rather than
"afiiNNNNN" or "SFnnnnnn" names
If $noAlt is true, "afii" and "SF" names are returned rather than "uniXXXX".
if $noUni is true, returns undef if it would have to resort to "uniXXXX" or "uXXXXXX" style names. Essentially this represents a straight
lookup in the Adobe-recommended list.
parse ( $glyphname )
Parse an Adobe-conformant glyph name, generating a Unicode codepoint sequence equivalent to the glyph (or glyph components, should the name
represent a ligature). In scalar context, returns a reference to an array of Unicodes (decimal). Array is empty if the glyph name is non-
conformant. In list context, the first item returned is the same array reference as above. The second item is a reference to an array
containing the extensions (if any) present on the glyph name. The '.' that precedes each extension is not included.
Martin Hosken Martin_Hosken@sil.org. See Font::TTF::Font for copyright and licensing.
perl v5.10.1 2008-06-11 Font::TTF::PSNames(3pm)
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