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

NAME
       Font::TTF::OldMort - Glyph Metamorphosis table in a font

DESCRIPTION
INSTANCE VARIABLES
       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 Jonathan_Kew@sil.org. 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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