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Font::TTF::GrFeat(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				      Font::TTF::GrFeat(3)

Font::TTF::GrFeat - Graphite Font Features DESCRIPTION
version features An array of hashes of the following form feature feature id number name name index in name table exclusive exclusive flag default the default setting number settings hash of setting number against name string index METHODS
$t->read Reads the features from the TTF file into memory $t->out($fh) Writes the features to a TTF file $t->print($fh) Prints a human-readable representation of the table $t->tag_to_num ($feat_str) Convert an alphanumeric feature id tag (string) to a number (32-bit). Tags are normally 4 chars. Graphite ignores space padding if it is present, so we do the same here. $t->num_to_tag ($feat_num) Convert a feature id number (32-bit) back to a tag (string). Trailing space or null padding is removed. Feature id numbers that do not represent alphanumeric tags are returned unchanged. BUGS
The version 1 Feat table ends with a feature (id 1) named NoName with zero settings but with an offset to the last entry in the setting array. This last setting has id 0 and an invalid name id. This last feature is changed to have one setting. AUTHOR
Alan Ward (derived from Jonathan Kew's See Font::TTF::Font for copyright and licensing. perl v5.16.3 2012-08-29 Font::TTF::GrFeat(3)

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Font::TTF::OldMort(3)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				     Font::TTF::OldMort(3)

Font::TTF::OldMort - Glyph Metamorphosis table in a font DESCRIPTION
version table version number (Fixed: currently 1.0) chains list of metamorphosis chains, each of which has its own fields: defaultFlags chain's default subfeature flags (UInt32) featureEntries list of feature entries, each of which has fields: type setting enable disable subtables list of metamorphosis subtables, each of which has fields: type subtable type (0: rearrangement; 1: contextual substitution; 2: ligature; 4: non-contextual substitution; 5: insertion) direction processing direction ('LR' or 'RL') orientation applies to text in which orientation ('VH', 'V', or 'H') subFeatureFlags the subfeature flags controlling whether the table is used (UInt32) Further fields depend on the type of subtable: Rearrangement table: classes array of lists of glyphs states array of arrays of hashes{'nextState', 'flags'} Contextual substitution table: classes array of lists of glyphs states array of array of hashes{'nextState', 'flags', 'actions'}, where "actions" is an array of two elements which are offsets to be added to [marked, current] glyph to get index into "mappings" (or "undef" if no mapping to be applied) mappings list of glyph codes mapped to through the state table mappings Ligature table: Non-contextual substitution table: Insertion table: METHODS
$t->read Reads the table into memory $t->out($fh) Writes the table to a file either from memory or by copying $t->print($fh) Prints a human-readable representation of the table BUGS
None known AUTHOR
Jonathan Kew See Font::TTF::Font for copyright and licensing. POD ERRORS
Hey! The above document had some coding errors, which are explained below: Around line 11: '=item' outside of any '=over' Around line 114: You forgot a '=back' before '=head1' perl v5.16.3 2011-10-13 Font::TTF::OldMort(3)
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