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/* Copyright (C) 2000-2012 by George Williams */
* Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
* modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:
* Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
* list of conditions and the following disclaimer.
* Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice,
* this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation
* and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
* The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products
* derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
#include <basics.h>
#include <dlist.h>
#include "configure-fontforge.h"
# include <iconv.h>
# include <gwwiconv.h>
#include "locale.h"
#include <gnetwork.h>
# define real double
# define bigreal double
# define real float
# define bigreal double
#define extended double
/* Solaris wants to define extended to be unsigned [3] unless we do this*/
#define _EXTENDED
#define CHR(ch1,ch2,ch3,ch4) (((ch1)<<24)|((ch2)<<16)|((ch3)<<8)|(ch4))
#define MmMax 16 /* PS says at most this many instances for type1/2 mm fonts */
#define AppleMmMax 26 /* Apple sort of has a limit of 4095, but we only support this many */
/* The maximum number of layers allowed in a normal font (this includes the */
/* default foreground and background layers) -- this does not limit type3 */
/* fonts */
#define BACK_LAYER_MAX 256
typedef struct ipoint {
int x;
int y;
} IPoint;
#define IPOINT_EMPTY { 0, 0 }
typedef struct basepoint {
real x;
real y;
} BasePoint;
#define BASEPOINT_EMPTY { (real)0.0, (real)0.0 }
typedef struct dbasepoint {
bigreal x;
bigreal y;
} DBasePoint;
#define DBASEPOINT_EMPTY { (bigreal)0.0, (bigreal)0.0 }
typedef struct tpoint {
real x;
real y;
real t;
} TPoint;
#define TPOINT_EMPTY { (real)0.0, (real)0.0, (real)0.0 }
typedef struct dbounds {
real minx, maxx;
real miny, maxy;
} DBounds;
#define DBOUNDS_EMPTY { (real)0.0, (real)0.0, (real)0.0, (real)0.0 }
typedef struct ibounds {
int minx, maxx;
int miny, maxy;
} IBounds;
#define IBOUNDS_EMPTY { 0, 0, 0, 0 }
enum val_type { v_int, v_real, v_str, v_unicode, v_lval, v_arr, v_arrfree,
v_int32pt, v_int16pt, v_int8pt, v_void };
typedef struct val {
enum val_type type;
union {
int ival;
real fval;
char *sval;
struct val *lval;
struct array *aval;
uint32 *u32ptval;
uint16 *u16ptval;
uint8 *u8ptval;
} u;
} Val; /* Used by scripting */
struct psdict {
int cnt; /* *key[0..cnt] and *values[0..cnt] currently available */
int next; /* **key[] and **values[] currently used */
char **keys;
char **values;
struct pschars {
int cnt, next;
char **keys;
uint8 **values;
int *lens;
int bias; /* for type2 strings */
enum linejoin {
lj_miter, /* Extend lines until they meet */
lj_round, /* circle centered at the join of expand radius */
lj_bevel, /* Straight line between the ends of next and prev */
enum linecap {
lc_butt, /* equiv to lj_bevel, straight line extends from one side to other */
lc_round, /* semi-circle */
lc_square, /* Extend lines by radius, then join them */
enum spreadMethod {
sm_pad, sm_reflect, sm_repeat
#define COLOR_INHERITED 0xfffffffe
struct grad_stops {
real offset;
uint32 col;
real opacity;
struct gradient {
BasePoint start; /* focal of a radial gradient, start of a linear */
BasePoint stop; /* center of a radial gradient, end of a linear */
real radius; /* 0=>linear gradient, else radius of a radial gradient */
enum spreadMethod sm;
int stop_cnt;
struct grad_stops *grad_stops;
struct pattern {
char *pattern;
real width, height; /* Pattern is scaled to be repeated every width/height (in user coordinates) */
real transform[6];
/* Used during rasterization process */
struct bdfchar *pat;
real invtrans[6];
int bminx, bminy, bwidth, bheight; /* of the pattern at bdfchar scale */
struct brush {
uint32 col;
float opacity; /* number between [0,1], only for svg/pdf */
struct pattern *pattern; /* A pattern to be tiled */
struct gradient *gradient; /* A gradient fill */
#define WIDTH_INHERITED (-1)
#define DASH_INHERITED 255 /* if the dashes[0]==0 && dashes[1]==DASH_INHERITED */
#define DASH_MAX 8
typedef unsigned char DashType;
struct pen {
struct brush brush;
uint8 linejoin;
uint8 linecap;
float width;
real trans[4];
DashType dashes[DASH_MAX];
struct spline;
enum si_type { si_std, si_caligraphic, si_poly, si_centerline };
/* If you change this structure you may need to update MakeStrokeDlg */
/* and cvpalettes.c both contain statically initialized StrokeInfos */
typedef struct strokeinfo {
real radius; /* or major axis of pen */
enum linejoin join;
enum linecap cap;
enum si_type stroke_type;
unsigned int removeinternal: 1;
unsigned int removeexternal: 1;
unsigned int leave_users_center: 1; /* Don't move the pen so its center is at the origin */
real penangle;
real minorradius;
struct splinepointlist *poly;
real resolution;
/* For freehand tool */
real radius2;
int pressure1, pressure2;
/* End freehand tool */
void *data;
bigreal (*factor)(void *data,struct spline *spline,real t);
} StrokeInfo;
enum overlap_type { over_remove, over_rmselected, over_intersect, over_intersel,
over_exclude, over_findinter, over_fisel };
enum simpify_flags { sf_cleanup=-1, sf_normal=0, sf_ignoreslopes=1,
sf_ignoreextremum=2, sf_smoothcurves=4, sf_choosehv=8,
sf_forcelines=0x10, sf_nearlyhvlines=0x20,
sf_mergelines=0x40, sf_setstart2extremum=0x80,
sf_rmsingletonpoints=0x100 };
struct simplifyinfo {
int flags;
bigreal err;
bigreal tan_bounds;
bigreal linefixup;
bigreal linelenmax; /* Don't simplify any straight lines longer than this */
int set_as_default;
int check_selected_contours;
struct hsquash { double lsb_percent, stem_percent, counter_percent, rsb_percent; };
enum serif_type { srf_flat, srf_simpleslant, srf_complexslant };
/* | | (flat) | | (simple) | | (complex) */
/* | | | / | / */
/* | | | / | / */
/* +----+ |/ \ / */
typedef struct italicinfo {
double italic_angle;
double xheight_percent;
struct hsquash lc, uc, neither;
enum serif_type secondary_serif;
unsigned int transform_bottom_serifs: 1;
unsigned int transform_top_xh_serifs: 1; /* Those at x-height */
unsigned int transform_top_as_serifs: 1; /* Those at ascender-height */
unsigned int transform_diagon_serifs: 1; /* Those at baseline/xheight */
unsigned int a_from_d: 1; /* replace the "a" glyph with the variant which looks like a "d" without an ascender */
/* When I say "f" I also mean "f_f" ligature, "longs", cyrillic phi and other things shaped like "f" */
unsigned int f_long_tail: 1; /* Some Italic fonts have the "f" grow an extension of the main stem below the baseline */
unsigned int f_rotate_top: 1; /* Most Italic fonts take the top curve of the "f", rotate it 180 and attach to the bottom */
unsigned int pq_deserif: 1; /* Remove a serif from the descender of p or q and replace with a secondary serif as above */
/* Unsupported */
/* e becomes rounder, cross bar slightly slanted */
/* g closed counter at bottom */
/* k closed counter at top */
/* v-z diagonal stems become more curvatious */
unsigned int cyrl_phi: 1; /* Gains an "f" like top, bottom treated like "f" */
unsigned int cyrl_i: 1; /* Turns into a latin u */
unsigned int cyrl_pi: 1; /* Turns into a latin n */
unsigned int cyrl_te: 1; /* Turns into a latin m */
unsigned int cyrl_sha: 1; /* Turns into a latin m rotated 180 */
unsigned int cyrl_dje: 1; /* Turns into a latin smallcaps T */
unsigned int cyrl_dzhe: 1; /* Turns into a latin u */
/* Is there a difference between dzhe and i? both look like u to me */
/* Unsupported */
/* u432 curved B */
/* u433 strange gamma */
/* u434 normal delta */
/* u436 */
/* u43b lambda ? */
/* u43c */
/* u446 */
/* u449 */
/* u449 */
/* u44a */
/* This half of the structure gets filled in later - see ITALICINFO_REMAINDER */
double tan_ia;
double x_height;
double pq_depth;
double ascender_height;
double emsize;
int order2;
struct splinefont *sf;
int layer;
double serif_extent, serif_height;
struct splinepoint *f_start, *f_end; /* start has next pointing into the f head and up */
struct splinepoint *ff_start1, *ff_end1, *ff_start2, *ff_end2;
double f_height, ff_height;
} ItalicInfo;
#define ITALICINFO_REMAINDER 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, NULL, 0, 0, 0, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, 0, 0
typedef struct bluedata {
real xheight, xheighttop; /* height of "x" and "o" (u,v,w,x,y,z) */
real caph, caphtop; /* height of "I" and "O" */
real base, basebelow; /* bottom of "I" and "O" */
real ascent; /* height of "l" */
real descent; /* depth of "p" */
real numh, numhtop; /* height of "7" and "8" */ /* numbers with ascenders */
int bluecnt; /* If the private dica contains bluevalues... */
real blues[12][2]; /* 7 pairs from bluevalues, 5 from otherblues */
} BlueData;
#define BLUEDATA_EMPTY { \
0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0.0, 0, \
{ { 0.0, 0.0 }, { 0.0, 0.0 }, { 0.0, 0.0 }, { 0.0, 0.0 }, { 0.0, 0.0 }, { 0.0, 0.0 }, \
{ 0.0, 0.0 }, { 0.0, 0.0 }, { 0.0, 0.0 }, { 0.0, 0.0 }, { 0.0, 0.0 }, { 0.0, 0.0 } \
} \
typedef struct bdffloat {
int16 xmin,xmax,ymin,ymax;
int16 bytes_per_line;
unsigned int byte_data:1;
uint8 depth;
uint8 *bitmap;
} BDFFloat;
/* OpenType does not document 'dflt' as a language, but we'll use it anyway. */
/* (Adobe uses it too) we'll turn it into a default entry when we output it. */
#define DEFAULT_LANG CHR('d','f','l','t')
/* The OpenType spec says in one place that the default script is 'dflt' and */
/* in another that it is 'DFLT'. 'DFLT' is correct */
#define DEFAULT_SCRIPT CHR('D','F','L','T')
#define REQUIRED_FEATURE CHR(' ','R','Q','D')
enum otlookup_type {
ot_undef = 0, /* Not a lookup type */
gsub_start = 0x000, /* Not a lookup type */
gsub_single = 0x001,
gsub_multiple = 0x002,
gsub_alternate = 0x003,
gsub_ligature = 0x004,
gsub_context = 0x005,
gsub_contextchain = 0x006,
/* GSUB extension 7 */
gsub_reversecchain = 0x008,
/* mac state machines */
morx_indic = 0x0fd,
morx_context = 0x0fe,
morx_insert = 0x0ff,
/* ********************* */
gpos_start = 0x100, /* Not a lookup type */
gpos_single = 0x101,
gpos_pair = 0x102,
gpos_cursive = 0x103,
gpos_mark2base = 0x104,
gpos_mark2ligature = 0x105,
gpos_mark2mark = 0x106,
gpos_context = 0x107,
gpos_contextchain = 0x108,
/* GPOS extension 9 */
kern_statemachine = 0x1ff
/* otlookup&0xff == lookup type for the appropriate table */
/* otlookup>>8: 0=>GSUB, 1=>GPOS */
enum otlookup_typemasks {
gsub_single_mask = 0x00001,
gsub_multiple_mask = 0x00002,
gsub_alternate_mask = 0x00004,
gsub_ligature_mask = 0x00008,
gsub_context_mask = 0x00010,
gsub_contextchain_mask = 0x00020,
gsub_reversecchain_mask = 0x00040,
morx_indic_mask = 0x00080,
morx_context_mask = 0x00100,
morx_insert_mask = 0x00200,
/* ********************* */
gpos_single_mask = 0x00400,
gpos_pair_mask = 0x00800,
gpos_cursive_mask = 0x01000,
gpos_mark2base_mask = 0x02000,
gpos_mark2ligature_mask = 0x04000,
gpos_mark2mark_mask = 0x08000,
gpos_context_mask = 0x10000,
gpos_contextchain_mask = 0x20000,
kern_statemachine_mask = 0x40000
#define MAX_LANG 4 /* If more than this we allocate more_langs in chunks of MAX_LANG */
struct scriptlanglist {
uint32 script;
uint32 langs[MAX_LANG];
uint32 *morelangs;
int lang_cnt;
struct scriptlanglist *next;
extern struct opentype_feature_friendlynames {
uint32 tag;
char *tagstr;
char *friendlyname;
int masks;
} friendlies[];
typedef struct featurescriptlanglist {
uint32 featuretag;
struct scriptlanglist *scripts;
struct featurescriptlanglist *next;
unsigned int ismac: 1; /* treat the featuretag as a mac feature/setting */
} FeatureScriptLangList;
enum pst_flags { pst_r2l=1, pst_ignorebaseglyphs=2, pst_ignoreligatures=4,
pst_ignorecombiningmarks=8, pst_usemarkfilteringset=0x10,
pst_markclass=0xff00, pst_markset=0xffff0000 };
struct lookup_subtable {
char *subtable_name;
char *suffix; /* for gsub_single, used to find a default replacement */
int16 separation, minkern; /* for gpos_pair, used to guess default kerning values */
struct otlookup *lookup;
unsigned int unused: 1;
unsigned int per_glyph_pst_or_kern: 1;
unsigned int anchor_classes: 1;
unsigned int vertical_kerning: 1;
unsigned int ticked: 1;
unsigned int kerning_by_touch: 1; /* for gpos_pair, calculate kerning so that glyphs will touch */
unsigned int onlyCloser: 1; /* for kerning classes */
unsigned int dontautokern: 1; /* for kerning classes */
struct kernclass *kc;
struct generic_fpst *fpst;
struct generic_asm *sm;
/* Each time an item is added to a lookup we must place it into a */
/* subtable. If it's a kerning class, fpst or state machine it has */
/* a subtable all to itself. If it's an anchor class it can share */
/* a subtable with other anchor classes (merge with). If it's a glyph */
/* PST it may share a subtable with other PSTs */
/* Note items may only be placed in lookups in which they fit. Can't */
/* put kerning data in a gpos_single lookup, etc. */
struct lookup_subtable *next;
int32 subtable_offset;
int32 *extra_subtables;
/* If a kerning subtable has too much stuff in it, we are prepared to */
/* break it up into several smaller subtables, each of which has */
/* an offset in this list (extra-subtables[0]==subtable_offset) */
/* the list is terminated by an entry of -1 */
typedef struct otlookup {
struct otlookup *next;
enum otlookup_type lookup_type;
uint32 lookup_flags; /* Low order: traditional flags, High order: markset index, only meaningful if pst_usemarkfilteringset set */
char *lookup_name;
FeatureScriptLangList *features;
struct lookup_subtable *subtables;
unsigned int unused: 1; /* No subtable is used (call SFFindUnusedLookups before examining) */
unsigned int empty: 1; /* No subtable is used, and no anchor classes are used */
unsigned int store_in_afm: 1; /* Used for ligatures, some get stored */
/* 'liga' generally does, but 'frac' doesn't */
unsigned int needs_extension: 1; /* Used during opentype generation */
unsigned int temporary_kern: 1; /* Used when decomposing kerning classes into kern pairs for older formats */
unsigned int def_lang_checked: 1;
unsigned int def_lang_found: 1;
unsigned int ticked: 1;
unsigned int in_gpos: 1;
unsigned int in_jstf: 1;
unsigned int only_jstf: 1;
int16 subcnt; /* Actual number of subtables we will output */
/* Some of our subtables may contain no data */
/* Some may be too big and need to be broken up.*/
/* So this field may be different than just counting the subtables */
int lookup_index; /* used during opentype generation */
uint32 lookup_offset;
uint32 lookup_length;
char *tempname;
} OTLookup;
#define LOOKUP_SUBTABLE_EMPTY { NULL, NULL, 0, 0, NULL, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, NULL, NULL, NULL, NULL, 0, NULL }
#define OTLOOKUP_EMPTY { NULL, 0, 0, NULL, NULL, NULL, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, NULL }
typedef struct devicetab {
uint16 first_pixel_size, last_pixel_size; /* A range of point sizes to which this table applies */
int8 *corrections; /* a set of pixel corrections, one for each point size */
} DeviceTable;
typedef struct valdev { /* Value records can have four associated device tables */
DeviceTable xadjust;
DeviceTable yadjust;
DeviceTable xadv;
DeviceTable yadv;
} ValDevTab;
enum anchorclass_type { act_mark, act_mkmk, act_curs, act_mklg, act_unknown };
typedef struct anchorclass {
char *name; /* in utf8 */
struct lookup_subtable *subtable;
uint8 type; /* anchorclass_type */
uint8 has_base;
uint8 processed, has_mark, matches, ac_num;
uint8 ticked;
struct anchorclass *next;
} AnchorClass;
enum anchor_type { at_mark, at_basechar, at_baselig, at_basemark, at_centry, at_cexit, at_max };
typedef struct anchorpoint {
AnchorClass *anchor;
BasePoint me;
DeviceTable xadjust, yadjust;
unsigned int type: 4;
unsigned int selected: 1;
unsigned int ticked: 1;
unsigned int has_ttf_pt: 1;
uint16 ttf_pt_index;
int16 lig_index;
struct anchorpoint *next;
} AnchorPoint;
typedef struct kernpair {
// Note that the left character in the pair has the reference to the kerning pair, which in turn references the right character.
struct lookup_subtable *subtable;
struct splinechar *sc;
int16 off;
uint16 kcid; /* temporary value */
DeviceTable *adjust; /* Only adjustment in one dimen, if more needed use pst */
struct kernpair *next;
} KernPair;
#define FF_KERNCLASS_FLAG_NATIVE 2 // If set, the class goes into groups.plist or kerning.plist.
#define FF_KERNCLASS_FLAG_FEATURE 4 // If set, the class or rule goes into the feature file. In the present configuration, this ought to be zero always.
#define FF_KERNCLASS_FLAG_NAMETYPE 8 // If unset (default), the class has a standard name, which translates to a U. F. O. name starting in public.kern, which may be illegal in the feature file. If set, it has a name like @MMK_.
#define FF_KERNCLASS_FLAG_NAMELEGACY 16 // If set, the class has a U. F. O. name starting in @kc as FontForge liked to do in the past.
#define FF_KERNCLASS_FLAG_VIRTUAL 32 // If unset (default), the class is a real character class and does not conflict with same-sided classes. If set, FontForge mostly ignores the class except for U. F. O. input/output.
#define FF_KERNCLASS_FLAG_FLATTEN 64 // If unset (default), the class gets exported as a class. If set, it gets exported as its first member (in order to support class-character kerns).
typedef struct kernclass {
int first_cnt, second_cnt; /* Count of classes for first and second chars */
char **firsts; /* list of a space separated list of char names */
char **seconds; /* one entry for each class. Entry 0 is null */
/* and means everything not specified elsewhere */
char **firsts_names; // We need to track the names of the classes in order to round-trip U. F. O. data.
char **seconds_names;
int *firsts_flags; // This tracks the storage format of the class in U. F. O. (groups.plist or features.fea) and whether it's a single-character class.
int *seconds_flags; // We also track the name format (@MMK or public.kern).
struct lookup_subtable *subtable;
uint16 kcid; /* Temporary value, used for many things briefly */
int16 *offsets; /* array of first_cnt*second_cnt entries with 0 representing no data */
int *offsets_flags;
DeviceTable *adjusts; /* array of first_cnt*second_cnt entries representing resolution-specific adjustments */
struct kernclass *next; // Note that, in most cases, a typeface needs only one struct kernclass since it can contain all classes.
int feature; // This indicates whether the kerning class came from a feature file. This is important during export.
} KernClass;
enum possub_type { pst_null, pst_position, pst_pair,
pst_substitution, pst_alternate,
pst_multiple, pst_ligature,
pst_lcaret /* must be pst_max-1, see charinfo.c*/,
/* These are not psts but are related so it's handly to have values for them */
pst_kerning = pst_max, pst_vkerning, pst_anchors,
/* And these are fpsts */
pst_contextpos, pst_contextsub, pst_chainpos, pst_chainsub,
pst_reversesub, fpst_max,
/* And these are used to specify a kerning pair where the current */
/* char is the final glyph rather than the initial one */
/* A kludge used when cutting and pasting features */
pst_kernback, pst_vkernback
struct vr {
int16 xoff, yoff, h_adv_off, v_adv_off;
ValDevTab *adjust;
typedef struct generic_pst {
unsigned int ticked: 1;
unsigned int temporary: 1; /* Used in afm ligature closure */
/* enum possub_type*/ uint8 type;
struct lookup_subtable *subtable;
struct generic_pst *next;
union {
struct vr pos;
struct { char *paired; struct vr *vr; } pair;
struct { char *variant; } subs;
struct { char *components; } mult, alt;
struct { char *components; struct splinechar *lig; } lig;
struct { int16 *carets; int cnt; } lcaret; /* Ligature caret positions */
} u;
} PST;
typedef struct liglist {
PST *lig;
struct splinechar *first; /* First component */
struct splinecharlist *components; /* Other than the first */
struct liglist *next;
int ccnt; /* Component count. (includes first component) */
} LigList;
enum fpossub_format { pst_glyphs, pst_class, pst_coverage,
pst_reversecoverage, pst_formatmax };
struct seqlookup {
int seq;
struct otlookup *lookup;
struct fpg { char *names, *back, *fore; };
struct fpc { int ncnt, bcnt, fcnt; uint16 *nclasses, *bclasses, *fclasses, *allclasses; };
struct fpv { int ncnt, bcnt, fcnt; char **ncovers, **bcovers, **fcovers; };
struct fpr { int always1, bcnt, fcnt; char **ncovers, **bcovers, **fcovers; char *replacements; };
struct fpst_rule {
union {
/* Note: Items in backtrack area are in reverse order because that's how the OT wants them */
/* they need to be reversed again to be displayed to the user */
struct fpg glyph;
struct fpc class;
struct fpv coverage;
struct fpr rcoverage;
} u;
int lookup_cnt;
struct seqlookup *lookups;
typedef struct generic_fpst {
uint16 /*enum possub_type*/ type;
uint16 /*enum fpossub_format*/ format;
struct lookup_subtable *subtable;
struct generic_fpst *next;
uint16 nccnt, bccnt, fccnt;
uint16 rule_cnt;
char **nclass, **bclass, **fclass;
struct fpst_rule *rules;
uint8 ticked;
uint8 effectively_by_glyphs;
char **nclassnames, **bclassnames, **fclassnames;
enum asm_type { asm_indic, asm_context, asm_lig, asm_simple=4, asm_insert,
asm_kern=0x11 };
enum asm_flags { asm_vert=0x8000, asm_descending=0x4000, asm_always=0x2000 };
struct asm_state {
uint16 next_state;
uint16 flags;
union {
struct {
struct otlookup *mark_lookup; /* for contextual glyph subs (tag of a nested lookup) */
struct otlookup *cur_lookup; /* for contextual glyph subs */
} context;
struct {
char *mark_ins;
char *cur_ins;
} insert;
struct {
int16 *kerns;
int kcnt;
} kern;
} u;
typedef struct generic_asm { /* Apple State Machine */
struct generic_asm *next;
uint16 /*enum asm_type*/ type;
struct lookup_subtable *subtable; /* Lookup contains feature setting info */
uint16 flags; /* 0x8000=>vert, 0x4000=>r2l, 0x2000=>hor&vert */
uint8 ticked;
uint16 class_cnt, state_cnt;
char **classes;
struct asm_state *state;
} ASM;
/* State Flags:
0x8000 mark current glyph as first in rearrangement
0x4000 don't advance to next glyph
0x2000 mark current glyph as last
0x000f verb
0 = no change 8 = AxCD => CDxA
1 = Ax => xA 9 = AxCD => DCxA
2 = xD => Dx a = ABxD => DxAB
3 = AxD => DxA b = ABxD => DxBA
4 = ABx => xAB c = ABxCD => CDxAB
5 = ABx => xBA d = ABxCD => CDxBA
6 = xCD => CDx e = ABxCD => DCxAB
7 = xCD => DCx f = ABxCD => DCxBA
0x8000 mark current glyph
0x4000 don't advance to next glyph
0x8000 mark current glyph
0x4000 don't advance to next glyph
0x2000 current is Kashida like
0x1000 mark is Kashida like
0x0800 current insert before
0x0400 mark insert before
0x03e0 count of chars to be inserted at current (31 max)
0x001f count of chars to be inserted at mark (31 max)
0x8000 add current glyph to kerning stack
0x4000 don't advance to next glyph
0x3fff value offset
struct jstf_prio {
OTLookup **enableShrink; /* Points to an array of lookups (GSUB or GPOS)*/
OTLookup **disableShrink; /* NULL terminated */
OTLookup **maxShrink; /* Array of GPOS like lookups */
OTLookup **enableExtend;
OTLookup **disableExtend;
OTLookup **maxExtend;
struct jstf_lang {
uint32 lang;
struct jstf_lang *next;
int cnt;
struct jstf_prio *prios;
typedef struct jstf_script {
uint32 script;
struct jstf_script *next;
char *extenders; /* list of glyph names */
struct jstf_lang *langs;
} Justify;
struct opentype_str {
struct splinechar *sc;
struct vr vr; /* Scaled and rounded gpos modifications (device table info included in xoff, etc. not in adjusts) */
struct kernpair *kp;
struct kernclass *kc;
unsigned int prev_kc0: 1;
unsigned int next_kc0: 1;
int16 advance_width; /* Basic advance, modifications in vr, scaled and rounded */
/* Er... not actually set by ApplyLookups, but somewhere the caller */
/* can stash info. (Extract width from hinted bdf if possible, tt */
/* instructions can change it from the expected value) */
int16 kc_index;
int16 lig_pos; /* when skipping marks to form a ligature keep track of what ligature element a mark was attached to */
int16 context_pos; /* When doing a contextual match remember which glyphs are used, and where in the match they occur. Skipped glyphs have -1 */
int32 orig_index;
void *fl;
unsigned int line_break_after: 1;
unsigned int r2l: 1;
int16 bsln_off;
struct macname {
struct macname *next;
uint16 enc; /* Platform specific encoding. 0=>mac roman, 1=>sjis, 7=>russian */
uint16 lang; /* Mac languages 0=>english, 1=>french, 2=>german */
char *name; /* Not a unicode string, uninterpreted mac encoded string */
/* Wow, the GPOS 'size' feature stores a string in the name table just as mac */
/* features do */
/* And now (OTF 1.6) GSUB 'ss01'-'ss20' do too */
struct otfname {
struct otfname *next;
uint16 lang; /* windows language code */
char *name; /* utf8 */
struct otffeatname {
uint32 tag; /* Feature tag */
struct otfname *names;
struct otffeatname *next;
uint16 nid; /* temporary value */
struct macsetting {
struct macsetting *next;
uint16 setting;
uint16 strid;
struct macname *setname;
unsigned int initially_enabled: 1;
typedef struct macfeat {
struct macfeat *next;
uint16 feature;
uint8 ismutex;
uint8 default_setting; /* Apple's docs say both that this is a byte and a short. It's a byte */
uint16 strid; /* Temporary value, used when reading in */
struct macname *featname;
struct macsetting *settings;
} MacFeat;
typedef struct refbdfc {
unsigned int checked: 1;
unsigned int selected: 1;
int8 xoff;
int8 yoff;
uint16 gid;
struct refbdfc *next;
struct bdfchar *bdfc;
} BDFRefChar;
struct bdfcharlist {
struct bdfchar *bc;
struct bdfcharlist *next;
typedef struct bdfchar {
struct splinechar *sc;
int16 xmin,xmax,ymin,ymax;
int16 width;
int16 bytes_per_line;
uint8 *bitmap;
struct refbdfc *refs;
int orig_pos;
int16 pixelsize; /* for undoes */
struct bitmapview *views;
struct undoes *undoes;
struct undoes *redoes;
unsigned int changed: 1;
unsigned int byte_data: 1; /* for anti-aliased chars entries are grey-scale bytes not bw bits */
unsigned int widthgroup: 1; /* for ttf bitmap output */
unsigned int isreference: 1; /* for ttf bitmap input, */
unsigned int ticked: 1;
uint8 depth; /* for ttf bitmap output */
uint16 vwidth;
BDFFloat *selection;
BDFFloat *backup;
struct bdfcharlist *dependents;
} BDFChar;
enum undotype { ut_none=0, ut_state, ut_tstate, ut_statehint, ut_statename,
ut_width, ut_vwidth, ut_lbearing, ut_rbearing, ut_possub,
ut_hints, ut_bitmap, ut_bitmapsel, ut_composit, ut_multiple, ut_layers,
ut_noop };
typedef struct undoes {
struct undoes *next;
enum undotype undotype;
unsigned int was_modified: 1;
unsigned int was_order2: 1;
int layer; /* the layer the undo is assoicated with or -1 if unknown */
union {
struct {
int16 width, vwidth;
int16 lbearingchange;
int unicodeenc; /* only for ut_statename */
char *charname; /* only for ut_statename */
char *comment; /* in utf8 */
PST *possub; /* only for ut_statename */
struct splinepointlist *splines;
struct refchar *refs;
struct imagelist *images;
void *hints; /* ut_statehint, ut_statename */
uint8 *instrs;
int instrs_len;
AnchorPoint *anchor;
struct brush fill_brush;
struct pen stroke_pen;
unsigned int dofill: 1;
unsigned int dostroke: 1;
unsigned int fillfirst: 1;
} state;
int width; /* used by both ut_width and ut_vwidth */
int lbearing; /* used by ut_lbearing */
int rbearing; /* used by ut_rbearing */
BDFChar bmpstate;
struct { /* copy contains an outline state and a set of bitmap states */
struct undoes *state;
struct undoes *bitmaps;
} composit;
struct {
struct undoes *mult; /* copy contains several sub copies (composits, or states or widths or...) */
/* Also used for ut_layers, each sub copy is a state (first is ly_fore, next ly_fore+1...) */
} multiple;
struct {
enum possub_type pst;
char **data; /* First 4 bytes is tag, then space then data */
struct undoes *more_pst;
short cnt,max; /* Not always set */
} possub;
uint8 *bitmap;
} u;
struct splinefont *copied_from;
} Undoes;
enum sfundotype
* A spline font level undo stack. undoes are doubly linked using the
* 'ln' member and carry some user presentable description of what the
* undo relates to in 'msg'.
* The sfdchunk is a pointer to an SFD fragment which will apply the
* undo to the current state. For example, it might contain
* information about the old value of kerning pairs which can be used
* to restore state to how it was. Note that the sfdchunk might only
* be partial, containing only enough information to restore the state
* which changed when the undo was created.
typedef struct sfundoes {
struct dlistnode ln;
char* msg;
enum sfundotype type;
union {
int dummy;
} u;
char* sfdchunk;
} SFUndoes;
typedef struct enc {
char *enc_name;
int char_cnt; /* Size of the next two arrays */
int32 *unicode; /* unicode value for each encoding point */
char **psnames; /* optional postscript name for each encoding point */
struct enc *next;
unsigned int builtin: 1;
unsigned int hidden: 1;
unsigned int only_1byte: 1;
unsigned int has_1byte: 1;
unsigned int has_2byte: 1;
unsigned int is_unicodebmp: 1;
unsigned int is_unicodefull: 1;
unsigned int is_custom: 1;
unsigned int is_original: 1;
unsigned int is_compact: 1;
unsigned int is_japanese: 1;
unsigned int is_korean: 1;
unsigned int is_tradchinese: 1;
unsigned int is_simplechinese: 1;
char iso_2022_escape[8];
int iso_2022_escape_len;
int low_page, high_page;
char *iconv_name; /* For compatibility to old versions we might use a different name from that used by iconv. */
iconv_t *tounicode;
iconv_t *fromunicode;
int (*tounicode_func)(int);
int (*fromunicode_func)(int);
unsigned int is_temporary: 1; /* freed when the map gets freed */
int char_max; /* Used by temporary encodings */
} Encoding;
struct renames { char *from; char *to; };
typedef struct namelist {
struct namelist *basedon;
char *title;
const char ***unicode[17];
struct namelist *next;
struct renames *renames;
int uses_unicode;
char *a_utf8_name;
} NameList;
enum uni_interp { ui_unset= -1, ui_none, ui_adobe, ui_greek, ui_japanese,
ui_trad_chinese, ui_simp_chinese, ui_korean, ui_ams };
struct remap { uint32 firstenc, lastenc; int32 infont; };
typedef struct encmap { /* A per-font map of encoding to glyph id */
int32 *map; /* Map from encoding to glyphid */
int32 *backmap; /* Map from glyphid to encoding */
int enccount; /* used size of the map array */
/* strictly speaking this might include */
/* glyphs that are not encoded, but which */
/* are displayed after the proper encoding */
int encmax; /* allocated size of the map array */
int backmax; /* allocated size of the backmap array */
struct remap *remap;
Encoding *enc;
unsigned int ticked: 1;
} EncMap;
enum property_type { prt_string, prt_atom, prt_int, prt_uint, prt_property=0x10 };
typedef struct bdfprops {
char *name; /* These include both properties (like SLANT) and non-properties (like FONT) */
int type;
union {
char *str;
char *atom;
int val;
} u;
} BDFProperties;
typedef struct bdffont {
struct splinefont *sf;
int glyphcnt, glyphmax; /* used & allocated sizes of glyphs array */
BDFChar **glyphs; /* an array of charcnt entries */
int16 pixelsize;
int16 ascent, descent;
int16 layer; /* for piecemeal fonts */
unsigned int piecemeal: 1;
unsigned int bbsized: 1;
unsigned int ticked: 1;
unsigned int unhinted_freetype: 1;
unsigned int recontext_freetype: 1;
struct bdffont *next;
struct clut *clut;
char *foundry;
int res;
void *freetype_context;
uint16 truesize; /* for bbsized fonts */
int16 prop_cnt;
int16 prop_max; /* only used within bdfinfo dlg */
BDFProperties *props;
uint16 ptsize, dpi; /* for piecemeal fonts */
} BDFFont;
#define HntMax 96 /* PS says at most 96 hints */
typedef uint8 HintMask[HntMax/8];
enum pointtype { pt_curve, pt_corner, pt_tangent, pt_hvcurve };
typedef struct splinepoint {
BasePoint me;
BasePoint nextcp; /* control point */
BasePoint prevcp; /* control point */
unsigned int nonextcp:1;
unsigned int noprevcp:1;
unsigned int nextcpdef:1;
unsigned int prevcpdef:1;
unsigned int selected:1; /* for UI */
unsigned int nextcpselected: 2; /* Is the next BCP selected */
unsigned int prevcpselected: 2; /* Is the prev BCP selected */
unsigned int pointtype:2;
unsigned int isintersection: 1;
unsigned int flexy: 1; /* When "freetype_markup" is on in charview.c:DrawPoint */
unsigned int flexx: 1; /* flexy means select nextcp, and flexx means draw circle around nextcp */
unsigned int roundx: 1; /* For true type hinting */
unsigned int roundy: 1; /* For true type hinting */
unsigned int dontinterpolate: 1; /* in ttf, don't imply point by interpolating between cps */
unsigned int ticked: 1;
unsigned int watched: 1;
/* 1 bits left... */
uint16 ptindex; /* Temporary value used by metafont routine */
uint16 ttfindex; /* Truetype point index */
/* Special values 0xffff => point implied by averaging control points */
/* 0xfffe => point created with no real number yet */
/* (or perhaps point in context where no number is possible as in a glyph with points & refs) */
uint16 nextcpindex; /* Truetype point index */
struct spline *next;
struct spline *prev;
HintMask *hintmask;
char* name;
} SplinePoint;
enum linelist_flags { cvli_onscreen=0x1, cvli_clipped=0x2 };
typedef struct linelist {
IPoint here;
struct linelist *next;
/* The first two fields are constant for the linelist, the next ones */
/* refer to a particular screen. If some portion of the line from */
/* this point to the next one is on the screen then set cvli_onscreen */
/* if this point needs to be clipped then set cvli_clipped */
/* asend and asstart are the actual screen locations where this point */
/* intersects the clip edge. */
enum linelist_flags flags;
IPoint asend, asstart;
} LineList;
typedef struct linearapprox {
real scale;
unsigned int oneline: 1;
unsigned int onepoint: 1;
unsigned int any: 1; /* refers to a particular screen */
struct linelist *lines;
struct linearapprox *next;
} LinearApprox;
typedef struct spline1d {
real a, b, c, d;
} Spline1D;
* 2013Note: If you are altering from->me.x and y then you will
* probably have to modify splines[] to match your change.
* eg, moving both ends of a spline up/down by changing their
* to/from will also probably need an update to splines[ 0 | 1 ].d to
* match.
typedef struct spline {
unsigned int islinear: 1; /* No control points */
unsigned int isquadratic: 1; /* probably read in from ttf */
unsigned int isticked: 1;
unsigned int isneeded: 1; /* Used in remove overlap */
unsigned int isunneeded: 1; /* Used in remove overlap */
unsigned int exclude: 1; /* Used in remove overlap varient: exclude */
unsigned int ishorvert: 1;
unsigned int knowncurved: 1; /* We know that it curves */
unsigned int knownlinear: 1; /* it might have control points, but still traces out a line */
/* If neither knownlinear nor curved then we haven't checked */
unsigned int order2: 1; /* It's a bezier curve with only one cp */
unsigned int touched: 1;
unsigned int leftedge: 1;
unsigned int rightedge: 1;
unsigned int acceptableextrema: 1; /* This spline has extrema, but we don't care */
SplinePoint *from;
SplinePoint *to;
Spline1D splines[2]; /* splines[0] is the x spline, splines[1] is y */
struct linearapprox *approx;
/* Posible optimizations:
Precalculate bounding box
Precalculate min/max/ points of inflection
} Spline;
#ifndef _NO_LIBSPIRO
# include "spiroentrypoints.h"
# define SPIRO_CORNER 'v'
# define SPIRO_G4 'o'
# define SPIRO_G2 'c'
# define SPIRO_LEFT '['
# define SPIRO_RIGHT ']'
# define SPIRO_END 'z'
typedef struct { /* Taken from spiro.h because I want */
double x; /* to be able to compile for spiro */
double y; /* even on a system without it */
char ty;
} spiro_cp;
typedef struct splinepointlist {
SplinePoint *first, *last;
struct splinepointlist *next;
spiro_cp *spiros;
uint16 spiro_cnt, spiro_max;
/* These could be bit fields, but bytes are easier to access and we */
/* don't need the space (yet) */
uint8 ticked;
uint8 beziers_need_optimizer; /* If the spiros have changed in spiro mode, then reverting to bezier mode might, someday, run a simplifier */
uint8 is_clip_path; /* In type3/svg fonts */
int start_offset; // This indicates which point is the canonical first for purposes of outputting to U. F. O..
char *contour_name;
} SplinePointList, SplineSet;
typedef struct imagelist {
struct gimage *image;
real xoff, yoff; /* position in character space of upper left corner of image */
real xscale, yscale; /* scale to convert one pixel of image to one unit of character space */
DBounds bb;
struct imagelist *next;
unsigned int selected: 1;
} ImageList;
struct reflayer {
unsigned int background: 1;
unsigned int order2: 1;
unsigned int anyflexes: 1;
unsigned int dofill: 1;
unsigned int dostroke: 1;
unsigned int fillfirst: 1;
struct brush fill_brush;
struct pen stroke_pen;
SplinePointList *splines;
ImageList *images; /* Only in background or type3 layer(s) */
typedef struct refchar {
unsigned int checked: 1;
unsigned int selected: 1;
unsigned int point_match: 1; /* match_pt* are point indexes */
/* and need to be converted to a */
/* translation after truetype readin */
unsigned int encoded: 1; /* orig_pos is actually an encoded value, used for old sfd files */
unsigned int justtranslated: 1; /* The transformation matrix specifies a translation (or is identity) */
unsigned int use_my_metrics: 1; /* Retain the ttf "use_my_metrics" info. */
/* important for glyphs with instructions which change the width used */
/* inside composites */
unsigned int round_translation_to_grid: 1; /* Retain the ttf "round_to_grid" info. */
unsigned int point_match_out_of_date: 1; /* Someone has edited a base glyph */
int16 adobe_enc;
int orig_pos;
int unicode_enc; /* used by paste */
real transform[6]; /* transformation matrix (first 2 rows of a 3x3 matrix, missing row is 0,0,1) */
struct reflayer *layers;
int layer_cnt;
struct refchar *next;
DBounds bb;
struct splinechar *sc;
BasePoint top;
uint16 match_pt_base, match_pt_ref;
} RefChar;
/* Some stems may appear, disappear, reapear several times */
/* Serif stems on I which appear at 0, disappear, reappear at top */
/* Or the major vertical stems on H which disappear at the cross bar */
typedef struct hintinstance {
real begin; /* location in the non-major direction*/
real end; /* width/height in non-major direction*/
unsigned int closed: 1;
short int counternumber;
struct hintinstance *next;
} HintInstance;
enum hinttypes { ht_unspecified=0, ht_h, ht_v, ht_d };
typedef real _MMArray[2][MmMax];
typedef struct steminfo {
struct steminfo *next;
unsigned int hinttype: 2; /* Only used by undoes */
unsigned int ghost: 1; /* this is a ghost stem hint. As such truetype should ignore it, type2 output should negate it, and type1 should use as is */
/* stored width will be either 20 or 21 */
/* Type2 says: -20 is "width" of top edge, -21 is "width" of bottom edge, type1 accepts either */
unsigned int haspointleft:1;
unsigned int haspointright:1;
unsigned int hasconflicts:1;/* Does this stem have conflicts within its cluster? */
unsigned int used: 1; /* Temporary for counter hints or hint substitution */
unsigned int tobeused: 1; /* Temporary for counter hints or hint substitution */
unsigned int active: 1; /* Currently active hint in Review Hints dlg */
/* displayed differently in char display */
unsigned int enddone: 1; /* Used by ttf instructing, indicates a prev */
/* hint had the same end as this one (so */
/* the points on the end line have been */
/* instructed already */
unsigned int startdone: 1; /* Used by ttf instructing */
/*unsigned int backwards: 1;*/ /* If we think this hint is better done with a negative width */
unsigned int reordered: 1; /* In AutoHinting. Means we changed the start of the hint, need to test for out of order */
unsigned int pendingpt: 1; /* A pending stem creation, not a true stem */
unsigned int linearedges: 1;/* If we have a nice rectangle then we aren't */
/* interested in the orientation which is */
/* wider than long */
int16 hintnumber; /* when dumping out hintmasks we need to know */
/* what bit to set for this hint */
union {
int mask; /* Mask of all references that use this hint */
/* in type2 output */
_MMArray *unblended /*[2][MmMax]*/; /* Used when reading in type1 mm hints */
} u;
real start; /* location at which the stem starts */
real width; /* or height */
HintInstance *where; /* location(s) in the other coord */
} StemInfo;
typedef struct dsteminfo {
struct dsteminfo *next; /* First two fields match those in steminfo */
unsigned int hinttype: 2; /* Only used by undoes */
unsigned int used: 1; /* used only by tottf.c:gendinstrs, metafont.c to mark a hint that has been dealt with */
BasePoint left, right, unit;
HintInstance *where; /* location(s) along the unit vector */
} DStemInfo;
typedef struct minimumdistance {
/* If either point is NULL it will be assumed to mean either the origin */
/* or the width point (depending on which is closer). This allows user */
/* to control metrics... */
SplinePoint *sp1, *sp2;
unsigned int x: 1;
unsigned int done: 1;
struct minimumdistance *next;
} MinimumDistance;
typedef struct layer /* : reflayer */{
unsigned int background: 1;
unsigned int order2: 1;
unsigned int anyflexes: 1;
unsigned int dofill: 1;
unsigned int dostroke: 1;
unsigned int fillfirst: 1;
struct brush fill_brush;
struct pen stroke_pen;
SplinePointList *splines;
ImageList *images; /* Only in background or type3 layer(s) */
RefChar *refs; /* Only in foreground layer(s) */
Undoes *undoes;
Undoes *redoes;
uint32 validation_state;
uint32 old_vs;
void *python_persistent; /* If python this will hold a python object, if not python this will hold a string containing a pickled object. We do nothing with it (if not python) except save it back out unchanged */
int python_persistent_has_lists;
} Layer;
enum layer_type { ly_all=-2, ly_grid= -1, ly_back=0, ly_fore=1,
/* Possibly other foreground layers for type3 things */
/* Possibly other background layers for normal fonts */
ly_none = -3
struct gv_part {
char *component;
unsigned int is_extender: 1; /* This component may be skipped or repeated */
uint16 startConnectorLength;
uint16 endConnectorLength;
uint16 fullAdvance;
/* For the 'MATH' table (and for TeX) */
struct glyphvariants {
char *variants; /* Space separated list of glyph names */
/* Glyph assembly */
int16 italic_correction; /* Of the composed glyph */
DeviceTable *italic_adjusts;
int part_cnt;
struct gv_part *parts;
struct mathkerndata {
int16 height,kern;
DeviceTable *height_adjusts;
DeviceTable *kern_adjusts;
/* For the 'MATH' table */
struct mathkernvertex {
int cnt; /* There is one more kern entry than height entry */
/* So the last mkd should have its height ignored */
/* The MATH table stores the height count, I think the kern count */
/* is more useful (and that's what I use here). They differ by 1 */
struct mathkerndata *mkd;
struct mathkern {
struct mathkernvertex top_right;
struct mathkernvertex top_left;
struct mathkernvertex bottom_right;
struct mathkernvertex bottom_left;
enum privatedict_state {
pds_odd = 0x1, /* Odd number of entries */
pds_outoforder = 0x2, /* Bluevalues should be listed in order */
pds_toomany = 0x4, /* arrays are of limited sizes */
pds_tooclose = 0x8, /* adjacent zones must not be within 2*bluefuzz+1 (or 3, if bluefuzz omitted) */
pds_notintegral= 0x10, /* Must be integers */
pds_toobig = 0x20, /* within pair difference have some relation to BlueScale but the docs make no sense to me */
pds_shift = 8, /* BlueValues/OtherBlues, unshifted, FamilyBlues/FamilyOtherBlues shifted once */
pds_missingblue = 0x010000,
pds_badbluefuzz = 0x020000,
pds_badbluescale = 0x040000,
pds_badstdhw = 0x080000,
pds_badstdvw = 0x100000,
pds_badstemsnaph = 0x200000,
pds_badstemsnapv = 0x400000,
pds_stemsnapnostdh = 0x0800000,
pds_stemsnapnostdv = 0x1000000,
pds_badblueshift = 0x2000000
enum validation_state { vs_unknown = 0,
vs_known=0x01, /* It has been validated */
vs_flippedreferences=0x10, /* special case of wrong direction */
/* Next few are postscript only */
/* Next few are only for fontlint */
/* These are relative to maxp values which ff would fix on generating a font */
vs_maxp_toomanypoints =0x400,
vs_maxp_toomanypaths =0x800,
vs_maxp_toomanycomppaths =0x2000,
vs_maxp_instrtoolong =0x4000,
vs_maxp_toomanyrefs =0x8000,
vs_maxp_refstoodeep =0x10000,
/* vs_maxp_prepfpgmtoolong=0x20000, */ /* I think I was wrong about this "error" */
/* Oops, we need another one, two, for the glyphs */
vs_pointstoofarapart = 0x40000,
vs_nonintegral = 0x80000, /* This will never be interesting in a real font, but might be in an sfd file */
vs_missinganchor = 0x100000,
vs_dupname = 0x200000,
vs_dupunicode = 0x400000,
vs_overlappedhints = 0x800000,
vs_last = vs_overlappedhints,
vs_maskps = 0x3fe | vs_pointstoofarapart | vs_missinganchor | vs_dupname | vs_dupunicode | vs_overlappedhints,
vs_maskcid = 0x1fe | vs_pointstoofarapart | vs_missinganchor | vs_dupname | vs_overlappedhints,
vs_maskttf = 0x7e | vs_pointstoofarapart | vs_nonintegral | vs_missinganchor | vs_dupunicode,
vs_maskfindproblems = 0x1be | vs_pointstoofarapart | vs_nonintegral | vs_missinganchor | vs_overlappedhints
struct splinecharlist { struct splinechar *sc; struct splinecharlist *next;};
struct altuni { struct altuni *next; int32 unienc, vs; uint32 fid; };
/* vs is the "variation selector" a unicode codepoint which modifieds */
/* the code point before it. If vs is -1 then unienc is just an */
/* alternate encoding (greek Alpha and latin A), but if vs is one */
/* of unicode's variation selectors then this glyph is somehow a */
/* variant shape. The specifics depend on the selector and script */
/* fid is currently unused, but may, someday, be used to do ttcs */
/* NOTE: GlyphInfo displays vs==-1 as vs==0, and fixes things up */
typedef struct splinechar {
char *name;
int unicodeenc;
int orig_pos; /* Original position in the glyph list */
int16 width, vwidth;
int16 lsidebearing; /* only used when reading in a type1 font */
/* Or an otf font where it is the subr number of a refered character */
/* or a ttf font without bit 1 of head.flags set */
/* or (once upon a time, but no longer) a ttf font with vert metrics where it is the ymax value when we had a font-wide vertical offset */
/* or when generating morx where it is the mask of tables in which the glyph occurs */
/* Always a temporary value */
int ttf_glyph; /* only used when writing out a ttf or otf font */
Layer *layers; /* layer[0] is background, layer[1] foreground */
/* In type3 fonts 2-n are also foreground, otherwise also background */
int layer_cnt;
StemInfo *hstem; /* hstem hints have a vertical offset but run horizontally */
StemInfo *vstem; /* vstem hints have a horizontal offset but run vertically */
DStemInfo *dstem; /* diagonal hints for ttf */
MinimumDistance *md;
struct charviewbase *views;
struct charinfo *charinfo;
struct splinefont *parent;
unsigned int changed: 1;
unsigned int changedsincelasthinted: 1;
unsigned int manualhints: 1;
unsigned int ticked: 1; /* For reference character processing */
/* And fontview processing */
unsigned int changed_since_autosave: 1;
unsigned int widthset: 1; /* needed so an emspace char doesn't disappear */
unsigned int vconflicts: 1; /* Any hint overlaps in the vstem list? */
unsigned int hconflicts: 1; /* Any hint overlaps in the hstem list? */
unsigned int searcherdummy: 1;
unsigned int changed_since_search: 1;
unsigned int wasopen: 1;
unsigned int namechanged: 1;
unsigned int blended: 1; /* An MM blended character */
unsigned int ticked2: 1;
unsigned int glyph_class: 3; /* 0=> fontforge determines class automagically, else one more than the class value in gdef so 2+1=>lig, 3+1=>mark */
unsigned int numberpointsbackards: 1;
unsigned int instructions_out_of_date: 1;
unsigned int complained_about_ptnums: 1;
unsigned int vs_open: 1;
unsigned int unlink_rm_ovrlp_save_undo: 1;
unsigned int inspiro: 1;
unsigned int lig_caret_cnt_fixed: 1;
unsigned int suspendMetricsViewEventPropagation: 1; /* rect tool might do this while drawing */
/* 5 bits left (one more if we ignore compositionunit below) */
unsigned int compositionunit: 1;
int16 jamo, varient;
struct splinecharlist *dependents;
/* The dependents list is a list of all characters which refenence*/
/* the current character directly */
KernPair *kerns; // Note that the left character in the pair has the reference to the kerning pair, which in turn references the right character.
KernPair *vkerns;
PST *possub; /* If we are a ligature then this tells us what */
/* It may also contain a bunch of other stuff now */
LigList *ligofme; /* If this is the first character of a ligature then this gives us the list of possible ones */
/* this field must be regenerated before the font is saved */
char *comment; /* in utf8 */
uint32 /*Color*/ color;
AnchorPoint *anchor;
uint8 *ttf_instrs;
int16 ttf_instrs_len;
int16 countermask_cnt;
HintMask *countermasks;
struct altuni *altuni;
/* for TeX */
int16 tex_height, tex_depth;
/* TeX also uses italic_correction and glyph variants below */
/* For the 'MATH' table (and for TeX) */
unsigned int is_extended_shape: 1;
int16 italic_correction;
int16 top_accent_horiz; /* MATH table allows you to specific a*/
/* horizontal anchor for accent attachments, vertical */
/* positioning is done elsewhere */
DeviceTable *italic_adjusts;
DeviceTable *top_accent_adjusts;
struct glyphvariants *vert_variants;
struct glyphvariants *horiz_variants;
struct mathkern *mathkern;
/* End of MATH/TeX fields */
#ifndef _NO_PYTHON
void *python_sc_object;
void *python_temporary;
#if 0
// Python persistent data is now in the layers.
void *python_persistent; /* If python this will hold a python object, if not python this will hold a string containing a pickled object. We do nothing with it (if not python) except save it back out unchanged */
int python_persistent_has_lists;
#endif // 0
/* If the glyph is used as a tile pattern, then the next two values */
/* determine the amount of white space around the tile. If extra is*/
/* non-zero then we add it to the max components of the bbox and */
/* subtract it from the min components. If extra is 0 then tile_bounds*/
/* will be used. If tile_bounds is all zeros then the glyph's bbox */
/* will be used. */
real tile_margin; /* If the glyph is used as a tile */
DBounds tile_bounds;
char * glif_name; // This stores the base name of the glyph when saved to U. F. O..
} SplineChar;
#define TEX_UNDEF 0x7fff
enum ttfnames { ttf_copyright=0, ttf_family, ttf_subfamily, ttf_uniqueid,
ttf_fullname, ttf_version, ttf_postscriptname, ttf_trademark,
ttf_manufacturer, ttf_designer, ttf_descriptor, ttf_venderurl,
ttf_designerurl, ttf_license, ttf_licenseurl, ttf_idontknow/*reserved*/,
ttf_preffamilyname, ttf_prefmodifiers, ttf_compatfull, ttf_sampletext,
ttf_cidfindfontname, ttf_wwsfamily, ttf_wwssubfamily, ttf_namemax };
struct ttflangname {
int lang;
char *names[ttf_namemax]; /* in utf8 */
int frommac[(ttf_namemax+31)/32]; /* Used when parsing the 'name' table */
struct ttflangname *next;
struct MATH {
/* From the MATH Constants subtable (constants for positioning glyphs. Not PI)*/
int16 ScriptPercentScaleDown;
int16 ScriptScriptPercentScaleDown;
uint16 DelimitedSubFormulaMinHeight;
uint16 DisplayOperatorMinHeight;
int16 MathLeading;
DeviceTable *MathLeading_adjust;
int16 AxisHeight;
DeviceTable *AxisHeight_adjust;
int16 AccentBaseHeight;
DeviceTable *AccentBaseHeight_adjust;
int16 FlattenedAccentBaseHeight;
DeviceTable *FlattenedAccentBaseHeight_adjust;
int16 SubscriptShiftDown;
DeviceTable *SubscriptShiftDown_adjust;
int16 SubscriptTopMax;
DeviceTable *SubscriptTopMax_adjust;
int16 SubscriptBaselineDropMin;
DeviceTable *SubscriptBaselineDropMin_adjust;
int16 SuperscriptShiftUp;
DeviceTable *SuperscriptShiftUp_adjust;
int16 SuperscriptShiftUpCramped;
DeviceTable *SuperscriptShiftUpCramped_adjust;
int16 SuperscriptBottomMin;
DeviceTable *SuperscriptBottomMin_adjust;
int16 SuperscriptBaselineDropMax;
DeviceTable *SuperscriptBaselineDropMax_adjust;
int16 SubSuperscriptGapMin;
DeviceTable *SubSuperscriptGapMin_adjust;
int16 SuperscriptBottomMaxWithSubscript;
DeviceTable *SuperscriptBottomMaxWithSubscript_adjust;
int16 SpaceAfterScript;
DeviceTable *SpaceAfterScript_adjust;
int16 UpperLimitGapMin;
DeviceTable *UpperLimitGapMin_adjust;
int16 UpperLimitBaselineRiseMin;
DeviceTable *UpperLimitBaselineRiseMin_adjust;
int16 LowerLimitGapMin;
DeviceTable *LowerLimitGapMin_adjust;
int16 LowerLimitBaselineDropMin;
DeviceTable *LowerLimitBaselineDropMin_adjust;
int16 StackTopShiftUp;
DeviceTable *StackTopShiftUp_adjust;
int16 StackTopDisplayStyleShiftUp;
DeviceTable *StackTopDisplayStyleShiftUp_adjust;
int16 StackBottomShiftDown;
DeviceTable *StackBottomShiftDown_adjust;
int16 StackBottomDisplayStyleShiftDown;
DeviceTable *StackBottomDisplayStyleShiftDown_adjust;
int16 StackGapMin;
DeviceTable *StackGapMin_adjust;
int16 StackDisplayStyleGapMin;
DeviceTable *StackDisplayStyleGapMin_adjust;
int16 StretchStackTopShiftUp;
DeviceTable *StretchStackTopShiftUp_adjust;
int16 StretchStackBottomShiftDown;
DeviceTable *StretchStackBottomShiftDown_adjust;
int16 StretchStackGapAboveMin;
DeviceTable *StretchStackGapAboveMin_adjust;
int16 StretchStackGapBelowMin;
DeviceTable *StretchStackGapBelowMin_adjust;
int16 FractionNumeratorShiftUp;
DeviceTable *FractionNumeratorShiftUp_adjust;
int16 FractionNumeratorDisplayStyleShiftUp;
DeviceTable *FractionNumeratorDisplayStyleShiftUp_adjust;
int16 FractionDenominatorShiftDown;
DeviceTable *FractionDenominatorShiftDown_adjust;
int16 FractionDenominatorDisplayStyleShiftDown;
DeviceTable *FractionDenominatorDisplayStyleShiftDown_adjust;
int16 FractionNumeratorGapMin;
DeviceTable *FractionNumeratorGapMin_adjust;
int16 FractionNumeratorDisplayStyleGapMin;
DeviceTable *FractionNumeratorDisplayStyleGapMin_adjust;
int16 FractionRuleThickness;
DeviceTable *FractionRuleThickness_adjust;
int16 FractionDenominatorGapMin;
DeviceTable *FractionDenominatorGapMin_adjust;
int16 FractionDenominatorDisplayStyleGapMin;
DeviceTable *FractionDenominatorDisplayStyleGapMin_adjust;
int16 SkewedFractionHorizontalGap;
DeviceTable *SkewedFractionHorizontalGap_adjust;
int16 SkewedFractionVerticalGap;
DeviceTable *SkewedFractionVerticalGap_adjust;
int16 OverbarVerticalGap;
DeviceTable *OverbarVerticalGap_adjust;
int16 OverbarRuleThickness;
DeviceTable *OverbarRuleThickness_adjust;
int16 OverbarExtraAscender;
DeviceTable *OverbarExtraAscender_adjust;
int16 UnderbarVerticalGap;
DeviceTable *UnderbarVerticalGap_adjust;
int16 UnderbarRuleThickness;
DeviceTable *UnderbarRuleThickness_adjust;
int16 UnderbarExtraDescender;
DeviceTable *UnderbarExtraDescender_adjust;
int16 RadicalVerticalGap;
DeviceTable *RadicalVerticalGap_adjust;
int16 RadicalDisplayStyleVerticalGap;
DeviceTable *RadicalDisplayStyleVerticalGap_adjust;
int16 RadicalRuleThickness;
DeviceTable *RadicalRuleThickness_adjust;
int16 RadicalExtraAscender;
DeviceTable *RadicalExtraAscender_adjust;
int16 RadicalKernBeforeDegree;
DeviceTable *RadicalKernBeforeDegree_adjust;
int16 RadicalKernAfterDegree;
DeviceTable *RadicalKernAfterDegree_adjust;
uint16 RadicalDegreeBottomRaisePercent;
/* Global constants from other subtables */
uint16 MinConnectorOverlap; /* in the math variants sub-table */
enum backedup_state { bs_dontknow=0, bs_not=1, bs_backedup=2 };
enum loadvalidation_state {
lvs_bad_ps_fontname = 0x001,
lvs_bad_glyph_table = 0x002,
lvs_bad_cff_table = 0x004,
lvs_bad_metrics_table = 0x008,
lvs_bad_cmap_table = 0x010,
lvs_bad_bitmaps_table = 0x020,
lvs_bad_gx_table = 0x040,
lvs_bad_ot_table = 0x080,
lvs_bad_os2_version = 0x100,
lvs_bad_sfnt_header = 0x200
typedef struct layerinfo {
char *name;
unsigned int background: 1; /* Layer is to be treated as background: No width, images, not worth outputting */
unsigned int order2: 1; /* Layer's data are order 2 bezier splines (truetype) rather than order 3 (postscript) */
/* In all glyphs in the font */
unsigned int ticked: 1;
char * ufo_path;
} LayerInfo;
/* Baseline data from the 'BASE' table */
struct baselangextent {
uint32 lang; /* also used for feature tag */
struct baselangextent *next;
int16 ascent, descent;
struct baselangextent *features;
struct basescript {
uint32 script;
struct basescript *next;
int def_baseline; /* index [0-baseline_cnt) */
int16 *baseline_pos; /* baseline_cnt of these */
struct baselangextent *langs; /* Language specific extents (may be NULL) */
/* The default one has the tag DEFAULT_LANG */
struct Base {
int baseline_cnt;
uint32 *baseline_tags;
/* A font does not need to provide info on all baselines, but if one script */
/* talks about a baseline, then all must. So the set of baselines is global*/
struct basescript *scripts;
struct pfminfo { /* A misnomer now. OS/2 info would be more accurate, but that's stuff in here from all over ttf files */
unsigned int pfmset: 1;
unsigned int winascent_add: 1;
unsigned int windescent_add: 1;
unsigned int hheadascent_add: 1;
unsigned int hheaddescent_add: 1;
unsigned int typoascent_add: 1;
unsigned int typodescent_add: 1;
unsigned int subsuper_set: 1;
unsigned int panose_set: 1;
unsigned int hheadset: 1;
unsigned int vheadset: 1;
unsigned int hascodepages: 1;
unsigned int hasunicoderanges: 1;
unsigned char pfmfamily;
int16 weight;
int16 width;
char panose[10];
/* A subset of OS/2 fsSelection, used for style mapping. */
/* Must agree with macStyle per otspec, takes precedence. */
/* Can't use macStyle because it doesn't have a "regular" bit unlike the OS/2 component. */
int16 stylemap;
int16 fstype;
int16 linegap; /* from hhea */
int16 vlinegap; /* from vhea */
int16 hhead_ascent, hhead_descent;
int16 os2_typoascent, os2_typodescent, os2_typolinegap;
int16 os2_winascent, os2_windescent;
int16 os2_subxsize, os2_subysize, os2_subxoff, os2_subyoff;
int16 os2_supxsize, os2_supysize, os2_supxoff, os2_supyoff;
int16 os2_strikeysize, os2_strikeypos;
int16 os2_capheight, os2_xheight;
char os2_vendor[4];
int16 os2_family_class;
uint32 codepages[2];
uint32 unicoderanges[4];
struct ttf_table {
uint32 tag;
uint32 len, maxlen;
uint8 *data;
struct ttf_table *next;
FILE *temp; /* Temporary storage used during generation */
enum texdata_type { tex_unset, tex_text, tex_math, tex_mathext };
struct texdata {
enum texdata_type type;
int32 params[22]; /* param[6] has different meanings in normal and math fonts */
struct gasp {
uint16 ppem;
uint16 flags;
struct ff_glyphclasses {
// This matches struct glyphclasses from featurefile.c for now. We may make the references numeric in the future.
// There may be a matching entry as a class elsewhere. For now, the output driver is responsible for eliminating duplicates.
// In the interest of preserving orderings, we shall output from here, checking for value overrides from kerning classes on each kerning group entry.
char *classname, *glyphs;
struct ff_glyphclasses *next;
struct ff_rawoffsets {
// This stores raw offsets as read from kerning.plist.
// FontForge shall output these after native data and shall output only those for which it has not emitted native data.
char *left;
char *right;
int offset;
struct ff_rawoffsets *next;
typedef struct splinefont {
char *fontname, *fullname, *familyname, *weight;
char *familyname_with_timestamp;
char *copyright;
char *filename; /* sfd name. NULL if we open a font, that's origname */
char *defbasefilename;
char *version;
real italicangle, upos, uwidth; /* In font info */
int ascent, descent, invalidem; // If invalidem, then we use the format-specific ascent and descent on export.
int uniqueid; /* Not copied when reading in!!!! */
int glyphcnt, glyphmax; /* allocated size of glyphs array */
SplineChar **glyphs;
unsigned int changed: 1;
unsigned int changed_since_autosave: 1;
unsigned int changed_since_xuidchanged: 1;
unsigned int display_antialias: 1;
unsigned int display_bbsized: 1;
unsigned int dotlesswarn: 1; /* User warned that font doesn't have a dotless i character */
unsigned int onlybitmaps: 1; /* it's a bdf editor, not a postscript editor */
unsigned int serifcheck: 1; /* Have we checked to see if we have serifs? */
unsigned int issans: 1; /* We have no serifs */
unsigned int isserif: 1; /* We have serifs. If neither set then we don't know. */
unsigned int hasvmetrics: 1; /* We've got vertical metric data and should output vhea/vmtx/VORG tables */
unsigned int loading_cid_map: 1;
unsigned int dupnamewarn: 1; /* Warn about duplicate names when loading bdf font */
unsigned int encodingchanged: 1; /* Font's encoding has changed since it was loaded */
unsigned int multilayer: 1; /* only applies if TYPE3 is set, means this font can contain strokes & fills */
/* I leave it in so as to avoid cluttering up code with #ifdefs */
unsigned int strokedfont: 1;
unsigned int new: 1; /* A new and unsaved font */
unsigned int compacted: 1; /* only used when opening a font */
unsigned int backedup: 2; /* 0=>don't know, 1=>no, 2=>yes */
unsigned int use_typo_metrics: 1; /* The standard says to. But MS */
/* seems to feel that isn't good */
/* enough and has created a bit */
/* to mean "really use them" */
unsigned int weight_width_slope_only: 1; /* This bit seems stupid to me */
unsigned int save_to_dir: 1; /* Loaded from an sfdir collection rather than a simple sfd file */
unsigned int head_optimized_for_cleartype: 1;/* Bit in the 'head' flags field, if unset "East Asian fonts in the Windows Presentation Framework (Avalon) will not be hinted" */
unsigned int ticked: 1;
unsigned int internal_temp: 1; /* Internal temporary font to be passed to freetype for rasterizing. Don't complain about oddities. Don't generate GPOS/GSUB tables, etc. */
unsigned int complained_about_spiros: 1;
unsigned int use_xuid: 1; /* Adobe has deprecated these two */
unsigned int use_uniqueid: 1; /* fields. Mostly we don't want to use them */
/* 2 bits left */
struct fontviewbase *fv;
struct metricsview *metrics;
enum uni_interp uni_interp;
NameList *for_new_glyphs;
EncMap *map; /* only used when opening a font to provide original default encoding */
Layer grid;
BDFFont *bitmaps;
char *origname; /* filename of font file (ie. if not an sfd) */
char *autosavename;
int display_size; /* a val <0 => Generate our own images from splines, a value >0 => find a bdf font of that size */
struct psdict *private; /* read in from type1 file or provided by user */
char *xuid;
struct pfminfo pfminfo;
struct ttflangname *names;
char *cidregistry, *ordering;
int supplement;
int subfontcnt;
struct splinefont **subfonts;
struct splinefont *cidmaster; /* Top level cid font */
float cidversion;
struct compositionrules *rules;
char *comments; /* Used to be restricted to ASCII, now utf8 */
char *fontlog;
int tempuniqueid;
int top_enc;
uint16 desired_row_cnt, desired_col_cnt;
struct glyphnamehash *glyphnames;
struct ttf_table *ttf_tables, *ttf_tab_saved;
/* We copy: fpgm, prep, cvt, maxp (into ttf_tables) user can ask for others, into saved*/
char **cvt_names;
/* The end of this array is marked by a special entry: */
#define END_CVT_NAMES ((char *) (~(intpt) 0))
struct instrdata *instr_dlgs; /* Pointer to all table and character instruction dlgs in this font */
struct shortview *cvt_dlg;
struct kernclasslistdlg *kcld, *vkcld;
struct kernclassdlg *kcd;
struct texdata texdata;
OTLookup *gsub_lookups, *gpos_lookups;
/* Apple morx subtables become gsub, and kern subtables become gpos */
AnchorClass *anchor;
KernClass *kerns, *vkerns;
FPST *possub;
ASM *sm; /* asm is a keyword */
MacFeat *features;
char *chosenname; /* Set for files with multiple fonts in them */
struct mmset *mm; /* If part of a multiple master set */
int16 macstyle;
char *fondname; /* For use in generating mac families */
/* from the GPOS 'size' feature. design_size, etc. are measured in tenths of a point */
/* bottom is exclusive, top is inclusive */
/* if any field is 0, it is undefined. All may be undefined, All may be */
/* defined, or design_size may be defined without any of the others */
/* but we can't define the range without defining the other junk */
/* Name must contain an English language name, may contain others */
uint16 design_size;
uint16 fontstyle_id;
struct otfname *fontstyle_name;
uint16 design_range_bottom, design_range_top;
struct otffeatname *feat_names;
real strokewidth;
/* For GDEF Mark Attachment Class -- used in lookup flags */
/* As usual, class 0 is unused */
int mark_class_cnt;
char **mark_classes; /* glyph name list */
char **mark_class_names; /* used within ff, utf8 (the name we've given to this class of marks) */
/* For GDEF Mark Attachment Sets -- used in lookup flags */
/* but here, set 0 is meaningful, since pst_usemarkfilteringset tells us */
int mark_set_cnt;
char **mark_sets; /* glyph name list */
char **mark_set_names; /* used within ff, utf8 (the name we've given to this class of marks) */
struct ff_glyphclasses *groups; // This stores arbitrary named character lists for use in kerning or in the feature file.
struct ff_rawoffsets *groupkerns;
struct ff_rawoffsets *groupvkerns;
long long creationtime; /* seconds since 1970 */
long long modificationtime;
short os2_version; /* 0 means default rather than the real version 0 */
short compression; /* If we opened a compressed sfd file, then save it out compressed too */
short gasp_version; /* 0/1 currently */
short gasp_cnt;
struct gasp *gasp;
struct MATH *MATH;
float sfd_version; /* Used only when reading in an sfd file */
struct gfi_data *fontinfo;
struct val_data *valwin;
#if !defined(_NO_PYTHON)
void *python_temporary;
void *python_persistent; /* If python this will hold a python object, if not python this will hold a string containing a pickled object. We do nothing with it (if not python) except save it back out unchanged */
int python_persistent_has_lists; // This affects whether arrays exist as tuples or as lists (thus allowing us to use tuples for foreign data).
enum loadvalidation_state loadvalidation_state;
LayerInfo *layers;
int layer_cnt;
int display_layer;
struct Base *horiz_base, *vert_base;
Justify *justify;
int extrema_bound; /* Splines do not count for extrema complaints when the distance between the endpoints is less than or equal to this */
int width_separation;
int sfntRevision;
#define sfntRevisionUnset 0x44445555
int woffMajor;
#define woffUnset 0x4455
int woffMinor;
char *woffMetadata;
real ufo_ascent, ufo_descent; /* I don't know what these mean, they don't seem to correspond to any other ascent/descent pair, but retain them so round-trip ufo input/output leaves them unchanged */
/* ufo_descent is negative */
char *styleMapFamilyName;
struct sfundoes *undoes;
char collab_uuid[ FF_UUID_STRING_SIZE ];
int preferred_kerning; // 1 for U. F. O. native, 2 for feature file, 0 undefined. Input functions shall flag 2, I think. This is now in S. F. D. in order to round-trip U. F. O. consistently.
} SplineFont;
struct axismap {
int points; /* size of the next two arrays */
real *blends; /* between [0,1] ordered so that blend[0]<blend[1]<... */
real *designs; /* between the design ranges for this axis, typically [1,999] or [6,72] */
real min, def, max; /* For mac */
struct macname *axisnames; /* For mac */
struct named_instance { /* For mac */
real *coords; /* array[axis], these are in user units */
struct macname *names;
/* I am going to simplify my life and not encourage intermediate designs */
/* this means I can easily calculate ConvertDesignVector, and don't have */
/* to bother the user with specifying it. */
/* (NormalizeDesignVector is fairly basic and shouldn't need user help ever) */
/* (As long as they want piecewise linear) */
/* I'm not going to support intermediate designs at all for apple var tables */
typedef struct mmset {
int axis_count;
char *axes[4];
int instance_count;
SplineFont **instances;
SplineFont *normal;
real *positions; /* array[instance][axis] saying where each instance lies on each axis */
real *defweights; /* array[instance] saying how much of each instance makes the normal font */
/* for adobe */
struct axismap *axismaps; /* array[axis] */
char *cdv, *ndv; /* for adobe */
int named_instance_count;
struct named_instance *named_instances;
unsigned int changed: 1;
unsigned int apple: 1;
} MMSet;
/* mac styles. Useful idea we'll just steal it */
enum style_flags { sf_bold = 1, sf_italic = 2, sf_underline = 4, sf_outline = 8,
sf_shadow = 0x10, sf_condense = 0x20, sf_extend = 0x40 };
struct sflist {
SplineFont *sf;
int32 *sizes;
FILE *tempttf; /* For ttf */
int id; /* For ttf */
int* ids; /* One for each size */
BDFFont **bdfs; /* Ditto */
EncMap *map;
struct sflist *next;
char **former_names;
int len;
/* Used for drawing text with mark to base anchors */
typedef struct anchorpos {
SplineChar *sc; /* This is the mark being positioned */
int x,y; /* Its origin should be shifted this much relative to that of the original base char */
AnchorPoint *apm; /* The anchor point in sc used to position it */
AnchorPoint *apb; /* The anchor point in the base character against which we are positioned */
int base_index; /* Index in this array to the base character (-1=> original base char) */
unsigned int ticked: 1; /* Used as a mark to mark */
} AnchorPos;
enum ttf_flags { ttf_flag_shortps = 1, ttf_flag_nohints = 2,
ttf_flag_pfed_comments=8, ttf_flag_pfed_colors=0x10,
ttf_flag_oldkern=0x200, /* never set in conjunction with applemode */
ttf_native_kern=0x10000, // This applies mostly to U. F. O. right now.
ttf_flag_oldkernmappedonly=0x20000000 // Allow only mapped glyphs in the old-style "kern" table, required for Windows compatibility
enum ttc_flags { ttc_flag_trymerge=0x1, ttc_flag_cff=0x2 };
enum openflags { of_fstypepermitted=1, of_askcmap=2, of_all_glyphs_in_ttc=4,
of_fontlint=8, of_hidewindow=0x10, of_all_tables=0x20 };
enum ps_flags { ps_flag_nohintsubs = 0x10000, ps_flag_noflex=0x20000,
ps_flag_nohints = 0x40000, ps_flag_restrict256=0x80000,
ps_flag_afm = 0x100000, ps_flag_pfm = 0x200000,
ps_flag_tfm = 0x400000,
ps_flag_round = 0x800000,
/* CFF fonts are wrapped up in some postscript sugar -- unless they are to */
/* go into a pdf file or an otf font */
ps_flag_nocffsugar = 0x1000000,
/* in type42 cid fonts we sometimes want an identity map from gid to cid */
ps_flag_identitycidmap = 0x2000000,
ps_flag_afmwithmarks = 0x4000000,
ps_flag_noseac = 0x8000000,
ps_flag_outputfontlog = 0x10000000,
ps_flag_mask = (ps_flag_nohintsubs|ps_flag_noflex|
struct compressors { char *ext, *decomp, *recomp; };
extern struct compressors compressors[];
enum archive_list_style { ars_tar, ars_zip };
struct archivers {
char *ext, *unarchive, *archive, *listargs, *extractargs, *appendargs;
enum archive_list_style ars;
struct fontdict;
struct pschars;
struct findsel;
struct charprocs;
struct enc;
#define chunkalloc(size) calloc(1,size)
#define chunkfree(item,size) free(item)
extern char *strconcat(const char *str, const char *str2);
extern void SFApplyFeatureFile(SplineFont *sf,FILE *file,char *filename);
enum fontformat { ff_pfa, ff_pfb, ff_pfbmacbin, ff_multiple, ff_mma, ff_mmb,
ff_ptype3, ff_ptype0, ff_cid, ff_cff, ff_cffcid,
ff_type42, ff_type42cid,
ff_ttf, ff_ttfsym, ff_ttfmacbin, ff_ttc, ff_ttfdfont, ff_otf, ff_otfdfont,
ff_otfcid, ff_otfciddfont, ff_svg, ff_ufo, ff_woff, ff_none };
extern struct pschars *SplineFont2ChrsSubrs(SplineFont *sf, int iscjk,
struct pschars *subrs,int flags,enum fontformat format,int layer);
struct cidbytes;
struct fd2data;
struct ttfinfo;
struct alltabs;
typedef struct growbuf {
unsigned char *pt;
unsigned char *base;
unsigned char *end;
} GrowBuf;
extern void GrowBuffer(GrowBuf *gb);
struct glyphdata;
extern struct pschars *CID2ChrsSubrs(SplineFont *cidmaster,struct cidbytes *cidbytes,int flags,int layer);
enum bitmapformat { bf_bdf, bf_ttf, bf_sfnt_dfont, bf_sfnt_ms, bf_otb,
bf_nfntmacbin, /*bf_nfntdfont, */bf_fon, bf_fnt, bf_palm,
bf_none };
extern const char *GetAuthor(void);
extern int WriteUFOFont(const char *fontname, SplineFont *sf, enum fontformat format,int flags, const EncMap *enc,int layer);
extern int SLIContainsR2L(SplineFont *sf,int sli);
extern void SFFindNearTop(SplineFont *);
extern void SFRestoreNearTop(SplineFont *);
extern const char *_GetModifiers(const char *fontname, const char *familyname, const char *weight);
extern const char *SFGetModifiers(const SplineFont *sf);
extern const unichar_t *_uGetModifiers(const unichar_t *fontname, const unichar_t *familyname,
const unichar_t *weight);
extern void ttfdumpbitmap(SplineFont *sf,struct alltabs *at,int32 *sizes);
extern void SplineFontSetUnChanged(SplineFont *sf);
extern int RealNear(real a,real b);
extern void UndoesFree(Undoes *undo);
extern void StemInfosFree(StemInfo *h);
extern void StemInfoFree(StemInfo *h);
extern void SCOrderAP(SplineChar *sc);
extern int AnchorClassesNextMerge(AnchorClass *ac);
extern void AnchorClassMerge(SplineFont *sf,AnchorClass *into,AnchorClass *from);
extern void SCInsertPST(SplineChar *sc,PST *new_);
extern void PSTFree(PST *lig);
extern uint16 PSTDefaultFlags(enum possub_type type,SplineChar *sc );
extern StemInfo *StemInfoCopy(StemInfo *h);
extern void SPChangePointType(SplinePoint *sp, int pointtype);
struct lookup_cvt { OTLookup *from, *to; int old;};
struct sub_cvt { struct lookup_subtable *from, *to; int old;};
struct ac_cvt { AnchorClass *from, *to; int old;};
struct sfmergecontext {
SplineFont *sf_from, *sf_to;
int lcnt;
struct lookup_cvt *lks;
int scnt;
struct sub_cvt *subs;
int acnt;
struct ac_cvt *acs;
char *prefix;
int preserveCrossFontKerning;
int lmax;
extern void AltUniRemove(SplineChar *sc,int uni);
extern void AltUniAdd(SplineChar *sc,int uni);
extern void AltUniAdd_DontCheckDups(SplineChar *sc,int uni);
extern SplineChar *SplineCharCreate(int layer_cnt);
extern void SCAddRef(SplineChar *sc,SplineChar *rsc,int layer, real xoff, real yoff);
extern void SplineCharFree(SplineChar *sc);
extern void ScriptLangListFree(struct scriptlanglist *sl);
#if 1
// These relate to experimental support for U. F. O. groups.
#define GROUP_NAME_VERTICAL 4 // Otherwise horizontal.
#define GROUP_NAME_RIGHT 8 // Otherwise left (or above).
#endif // 1
extern void MMSetFree(MMSet *mm);
extern void SFRemoveUndoes(SplineFont *sf,uint8 *selected,EncMap *map);
extern void SplineRefigure(Spline *spline);
extern void SPLCategorizePoints(SplinePointList *spl);
extern SplinePointList *SplinePointListCopy(const SplinePointList *base);
/* The order of the enum elements below doesn't make much sense, but it's done*/
/* this way to preserve binary compatibility */
enum transformPointType { tpt_OnlySelected, tpt_AllPoints, tpt_OnlySelectedInterpCPs };
* As SplinePointListTransform() does a few things, this is a mask to selectively be
* able to disable some of them.
enum transformPointMask {
tpmask_dontFixControlPoints = 1 << 1,
tpmask_operateOnSelectedBCP = 1 << 2
extern SplinePointList *SplinePointListTransform(SplinePointList *base, real transform[6], enum transformPointType allpoints );
extern void SCReinstanciateRef(SplineChar *sc,SplineChar *rsc,int layer);
extern SplineChar *MakeDupRef(SplineChar *base, int local_enc, int uni_enc);
extern void BDFClut(BDFFont *bdf, int linear_scale);
struct xlfd_components {
char foundry[80];
char family[100];
char weight[80];
char slant[40];
char setwidth[50];
char add_style[50];
int pixel_size;
int point_size;
int res_x;
int res_y;
char spacing[40];
int avg_width;
char cs_reg[80]; /* encoding */
char cs_enc[80]; /* encoding version? */
int char_cnt;
struct std_bdf_props {
const char *name;
int type;
int defaultable;
#define STD_BDF_PROPS_EMPTY { NULL, 0, 0 }
extern int CubicSolve(const Spline1D *sp,bigreal sought,extended ts[3]);
/* Uses an algebraic solution */
extern extended SplineSolve(const Spline1D *sp, real tmin, real tmax, extended sought_y);
/* Tries to fixup rounding errors that crept in to the solution */
extern extended SplineSolveFixup(const Spline1D *sp, real tmin, real tmax, extended sought_y);
/* Uses an iterative approximation */
/* Uses an iterative approximation and then tries to fix things up */
#define CURVATURE_ERROR -1e9
extern Spline *ApproximateSplineFromPoints(SplinePoint *from, SplinePoint *to,
TPoint *mid, int cnt,int order2);
extern bigreal SplineLength(Spline *spline);
extern int SplineIsLinear(Spline *spline);
extern void SFOrderBitmapList(SplineFont *sf);
extern Spline *SplineMake(SplinePoint *from, SplinePoint *to, int order2);
extern Spline *SFSplineMake(SplineFont *sf,SplinePoint *from, SplinePoint *to);
extern double BlueScaleFigure(struct psdict *private_,real bluevalues[], real otherblues[]);
typedef struct bluezone {
real base;
int cvtindex;
real family_base; /* NaN if none */
int family_cvtindex;
real overshoot; /* relative to baseline, NOT to base */
int highest; /* used in autoinstructing for HStem positioning */
int lowest; /* as above */
} BlueZone;
typedef struct stdstem {
real width; /* -1 if none */
int cvtindex;
struct stdstem *snapto;/* NULL means stem isn't snapped to any other */
int stopat; /* at which ppem stop snapping to snapto */
} StdStem;
typedef struct globalinstrct {
SplineFont *sf;
int layer;
BlueData *bd;
double fudge;
/* Did we initialize the tables needed? 'maxp' is skipped because */
/* its initialization always succeeds. */
int cvt_done;
int fpgm_done;
int prep_done;
/* PS private data with truetype-specific information added */
BlueZone blues[12]; /* like in BlueData */
int bluecnt;
StdStem stdhw;
StdStem *stemsnaph; /* StdHW excluded */
int stemsnaphcnt;
StdStem stdvw;
StdStem *stemsnapv; /* StdVW excluded */
int stemsnapvcnt;
} GlobalInstrCt;
extern void InitGlobalInstrCt( GlobalInstrCt *gic,SplineFont *sf,int layer,
BlueData *bd );
extern void FreeGlobalInstrCt( GlobalInstrCt *gic );
extern void NowakowskiSCAutoInstr( GlobalInstrCt *gic,SplineChar *sc );
extern void CVT_ImportPrivate(SplineFont *sf);
extern void SplineFontAutoHint( SplineFont *sf, int layer);
extern int SCDrawsSomething(SplineChar *sc);
extern int SCSetMetaData(SplineChar *sc,const char *name,int unienc,
const char *comment);
extern char* DumpSplineFontMetadata( SplineFont *sf );
enum ttfflags { ttf_onlystrikes=1, ttf_onlyonestrike=2, ttf_onlykerns=4, ttf_onlynames=8 };
extern SplineFont *SFReadUFO(char *filename,int flags);
extern SplineFont *LoadSplineFont(const char *filename,enum openflags);
extern SplineFont *_ReadSplineFont(FILE *file, const char *filename, enum openflags openflags);
extern SplineFont *ReadSplineFont(const char *filename,enum openflags); /* Don't use this, use LoadSF instead */
extern void ArchiveCleanup(char *archivedir);
extern char *Unarchive(char *name, char **_archivedir);
extern char *Decompress(char *name, int compression);
extern uint16 MacStyleCode( SplineFont *sf, uint16 *psstyle );
extern char **NamesReadUFO(char *filename);
extern const char *UnicodeRange(int unienc);
extern SplineChar *SCBuildDummy(SplineChar *dummy,SplineFont *sf,EncMap *map,int i);
extern SplineChar *SFMakeChar(SplineFont *sf,EncMap *map,int i);
extern char *AdobeLigatureFormat(char *name);
extern uint32 LigTagFromUnicode(int uni);
extern void SCLigCaretheck(SplineChar *sc,int clean);
extern void SCUndoSetLBearingChange(SplineChar *sc,int lb);
extern SplineSet *SplinePointListInterpretGlif(SplineFont *sf,char *filename,char *memory, int memlen, int em_size, int ascent,int stroked);
#define UNDEFINED_WIDTH -999999
struct pscontext {
int is_type2;
int painttype;
int instance_count;
real blend_values[17];
int blend_warn;
extern int NameToEncoding(SplineFont *sf,EncMap *map,const char *uname);
extern SplineChar *SFGetOrMakeChar(SplineFont *sf, int unienc, const char *name );
extern SplineChar *SFGetOrMakeCharFromUnicode( SplineFont *sf, EncMap *map, int ch );
extern int DoAutoRecovery(int);
typedef void (*DoAutoRecoveryPostRecoverFunc)(SplineFont *sf);
extern int SFPrivateGuess(SplineFont *sf,int layer, struct psdict *private,
char *name, int onlyone);
extern void SFRemoveLayer(SplineFont *sf,int l);
extern void SFAddLayer(SplineFont *sf,char *name,int order2, int background);
extern void SFLayerSetBackground(SplineFont *sf,int layer,int is_back);
extern void SplineSetsRound2Int(SplineSet *spl,real factor,int inspiro,int onlysel);
extern void SCRound2Int(SplineChar *sc,int layer, real factor);
extern void SFFlatten(SplineFont *cidmaster);
extern void SCCopyLayerToLayer(SplineChar *sc, int from, int to,int doclear);
extern int hasFreeType(void);
extern int hasFreeTypeDebugger(void);
extern int hasFreeTypeByteCode(void);
extern int FreeTypeAtLeast(int major, int minor, int patch);
extern char *FreeTypeStringVersion(void);
extern void doneFreeType(void);
extern void *_FreeTypeFontContext(SplineFont *sf,SplineChar *sc,struct fontviewbase *fv,
int layer, enum fontformat ff,int flags,void *shared_ftc);
extern void *FreeTypeFontContext(SplineFont *sf,SplineChar *sc,struct fontviewbase *fv,int layer);
extern BDFFont *SplineFontFreeTypeRasterize(void *freetypecontext,int pixelsize,int depth);
extern BDFChar *SplineCharFreeTypeRasterize(void *freetypecontext,int gid,
int ptsize, int dpi,int depth);
extern void FreeTypeFreeContext(void *freetypecontext);
extern SplineSet *FreeType_GridFitChar(void *single_glyph_context,
int enc, real ptsizey, real ptsizex, int dpi, uint16 *width,
SplineChar *sc, int depth, int scaled);
extern struct freetype_raster *FreeType_GetRaster(void *single_glyph_context,
int enc, real ptsizey, real ptsizex, int dpi,int depth);
extern BDFChar *SplineCharFreeTypeRasterizeNoHints(SplineChar *sc,int layer,
int ptsize, int dpi,int depth);
extern BDFFont *SplineFontFreeTypeRasterizeNoHints(SplineFont *sf,int layer,
int pixelsize,int depth);
extern void FreeType_FreeRaster(struct freetype_raster *raster);
struct TT_ExecContextRec_;
extern struct freetype_raster *DebuggerCurrentRaster(struct TT_ExecContextRec_ *exc,int depth);
extern AnchorPos *AnchorPositioning(SplineChar *sc,unichar_t *ustr,SplineChar **sstr );
extern int SF_CloseAllInstrs(SplineFont *sf);
extern int SSTtfNumberPoints(SplineSet *ss);
extern int SCNumberPoints(SplineChar *sc,int layer);
extern int SCPointsNumberedProperly(SplineChar *sc,int layer);
extern int SFRenameTheseFeatureTags(SplineFont *sf, uint32 tag, int sli, int flags,
uint32 totag, int tosli, int toflags, int ismac);
extern int SFRemoveUnusedNestedFeatures(SplineFont *sf);
extern struct macsetting *FindMacSetting(SplineFont *sf, int feat, int set,struct macsetting **secondary);
extern int BpColinear(BasePoint *first, BasePoint *mid, BasePoint *last);
extern int BpWithin(BasePoint *first, BasePoint *mid, BasePoint *last);
/* Colinear & between */
enum psstrokeflags { /* sf_removeoverlap=2,*/ sf_handle_eraser=4,
sf_correctdir=8, sf_clearbeforeinput=16 };
extern char *ToAbsolute(char *filename);
extern void SFDDumpCompositionRules(FILE *sfd,struct compositionrules *rules);
extern struct compositionrules *SFDReadCompositionRules(FILE *sfd);
extern void SFModifyComposition(SplineFont *sf);
extern void SFBuildSyllables(SplineFont *sf);
# endif
extern void SFSetModTime(SplineFont *sf);
extern struct lookup_subtable *SFFindLookupSubtable(SplineFont *sf,char *name);
extern int FeatureTagInFeatureScriptList(uint32 tag, FeatureScriptLangList *fl);
extern void SplinePointRound(SplinePoint *,real);
extern KernClass *SFFindKernClass(SplineFont *sf,SplineChar *first,SplineChar *last,
int *index,int allow_zero);
extern KernClass *SFFindVKernClass(SplineFont *sf,SplineChar *first,SplineChar *last,
int *index,int allow_zero);
extern void SCClearRounds(SplineChar *sc,int layer);
extern void MDReplace(MinimumDistance *md,SplineSet *old,SplineSet *rpl);
extern void SCSynchronizeWidth(SplineChar *sc,real newwidth, real oldwidth,struct fontviewbase *fv);
extern RefChar *HasUseMyMetrics(SplineChar *sc,int layer);
extern void SCSynchronizeLBearing(SplineChar *sc,real off,int layer);
extern void RevertedGlyphReferenceFixup(SplineChar *sc, SplineFont *sf);
extern void SFUntickAll(SplineFont *sf);
extern int HasUFO(void);
extern void SCImportPS(SplineChar *sc,int layer,char *path,int doclear, int flags);
extern void SCImportPDF(SplineChar *sc,int layer,char *path,int doclear, int flags);
extern int _ExportGlif(FILE *glif,SplineChar *sc,int layer);
extern void SCCopyWidth(SplineChar *sc,enum undotype);
extern void SCClearBackground(SplineChar *sc);
extern void BackgroundImageTransform(SplineChar *sc, ImageList *img,real transform[6]);
extern int SFIsDuplicatable(SplineFont *sf, SplineChar *sc);
extern void SCClearLayer(SplineChar *sc,int layer);
extern void SCClearContents(SplineChar *sc,int layer);
extern void SCClearAll(SplineChar *sc,int layer);
#if !defined(_NO_PYTHON)
extern void FontForge_InitializeEmbeddedPython(void);
extern void FontForge_FinalizeEmbeddedPython(void);
extern void PyFF_ErrorString(const char *msg,const char *str);
extern void PyFF_ErrorF3(const char *frmt, const char *str, int size, int depth);
extern void PyFF_Stdin(void);
extern void PyFF_Main(int argc,char **argv,int start);
extern void PyFF_ScriptFile(struct fontviewbase *fv,SplineChar *sc,char *filename);
extern void PyFF_ScriptString(struct fontviewbase *fv,SplineChar *sc,int layer,char *str);
extern void PyFF_FreeFV(struct fontviewbase *fv);
extern void PyFF_FreeSC(SplineChar *sc);
void PyFF_FreeSCLayer(SplineChar *sc, int layer);
extern void PyFF_FreeSF(SplineFont *sf);
extern void PyFF_FreePythonPersistent(void *python_persistent);
extern void PyFF_ProcessInitFiles(void);
extern char *PyFF_PickleMeToString(void *pydata);
extern void *PyFF_UnPickleMeToObjects(char *str);
struct _object; /* Python Object */
extern void PyFF_CallDictFunc(struct _object *dict,const char *key,const char *argtypes, ... );
extern struct math_constants_descriptor {
char *ui_name;
char *script_name;
int offset;
int devtab_offset;
char *message;
int new_page;
} math_constants_descriptor[];
extern const char *knownweights[], *realweights[], **noticeweights[];
extern int BPTooFar(BasePoint *bp1, BasePoint *bp2);
extern StemInfo *SCHintOverlapInMask(SplineChar *sc,HintMask *hm);
extern char *VSErrorsFromMask(int mask,int private_mask);
extern int SCValidate(SplineChar *sc, int layer, int force);
extern AnchorClass *SCValidateAnchors(SplineChar *sc);
extern void SCTickValidationState(SplineChar *sc,int layer);
extern int ValidatePrivate(SplineFont *sf);
extern int SFValidate(SplineFont *sf, int layer, int force);
extern int VSMaskFromFormat(SplineFont *sf, int layer, enum fontformat format);
extern char *RandomParaFromScript(uint32 script, uint32 *lang, SplineFont *sf);
extern void PatternSCBounds(SplineChar *sc,DBounds *b);
extern char *SFDefaultImage(SplineFont *sf,char *filename);
extern void SCClearInstrsOrMark(SplineChar *sc, int layer, int complain);
extern void instrcheck(SplineChar *sc,int layer);
extern void TTFPointMatches(SplineChar *sc,int layer,int top);
extern bigreal SFCapHeight(SplineFont *sf, int layer, int return_error);
extern bigreal SFXHeight(SplineFont *sf, int layer, int return_error);
extern bigreal SFAscender(SplineFont *sf, int layer, int return_error);
extern bigreal SFDescender(SplineFont *sf, int layer, int return_error);
extern void SCRemoveKern(SplineChar* sc);
extern void SCRemoveVKern(SplineChar* sc);
* Return falise if the container does not contain "sought"
* Return true if sought is in the container.
extern int SplinePointListContains( SplinePointList* container, SplinePointList* sought );
* Return falise if the container does not contain the single splint point "sp",
* Return true if "sp" is in the container.
extern int SplinePointListContainsPoint( SplinePointList* container, SplinePoint* sp );
* Visitor for SPLFirstVisitSplines()
typedef void (*SPLFirstVisitSplinesVisitor)( SplinePoint* splfirst, Spline* s, void* udata );
* Visitor Function: print debug information about each spline
* Visitor for SPLFirstVisit()
extern void SPLFirstVisitorDebug(SplinePoint* splfirst, Spline* spline, void* udata );
* Visitor Function: print debug information about the current
* selection state including the secondary BCP selection for each
* spline
* Visitor for SPLFirstVisit()
extern void SPLFirstVisitorDebugSelectionState(SplinePoint* splfirst, Spline* spline, void* udata );
* Given a SplinePointList* that you want to visit each spline in the
* iteration is not as simple as it could be, so you can call this
* function passing spl->first as 'splfirst' and a visitor function
* which will see each spline in the splfirst colleciton.
* For debug, you can pass SPLFirstVisitorDebug which will print
* information for each item in the splfirst collection.
* You can pass any arbitrary data in as udata and SPLFirstVisit()
* will pass that udata to your visitor function without change. If
* you want a return value from your visitor, pass a pointer to a
* struct as udata. eg:
* typedef struct SPLFirstVisitorFoundSoughtDataS
* {
* SplinePoint* sought;
* int found;
* } SPLFirstVisitorFoundSoughtData;
* // ...
* SPLFirstVisitorFoundSoughtData d;
* d.sought = sought;
* d.found = 0;
* SPLFirstVisit( spl->first, SPLFirstVisitorFoundSought, &d );
* if( d.found )
* return 1;
extern void SPLFirstVisitSplines( SplinePoint* splfirst, SPLFirstVisitSplinesVisitor f, void* udata );
* Visitor for SPLFirstVisitPoints()
typedef void (*SPLFirstVisitPointsVisitor)( SplinePoint* splfirst, Spline* s, SplinePoint* sp, void* udata );
* Visit all the SplinePoints on the spline starting at splfirst.
extern void SPLFirstVisitPoints( SplinePoint* splfirst, SPLFirstVisitPointsVisitor f, void* udata );
* Applies a visitor to the container and returns false if no point in the SPL
* has an x coordinate of 'x'.
extern SplinePoint* SplinePointListContainsPointAtX( SplinePointList* container, real x );
extern SplinePoint* SplinePointListContainsPointAtY( SplinePointList* container, real y );
extern SplinePoint* SplinePointListContainsPointAtXY( SplinePointList* container, real x, real y );
* True if the spline with from/to is part of the guide splines.
* Handy for telling if the user has just clicked on a guide for example,
* you might want to also check the active layer first with cv->b.drawmode == dm_grid
extern bool isSplinePointPartOfGuide( SplineFont *sf, SplinePoint *sp );
extern void debug_printHint( StemInfo *h, char* msg );
#include "ustring.h"
#ifdef _WIN32
typedef char* locale_t;
#define LC_GLOBAL_LOCALE ((locale_t)-1)
static inline void switch_to_c_locale(locale_t * tmplocale_p, locale_t * oldlocale_p) {
*tmplocale_p = newlocale(LC_NUMERIC_MASK, "C", NULL);
if (*tmplocale_p == NULL) fprintf(stderr, "Failed to create temporary locale.\n");
else if ((*oldlocale_p = uselocale(*tmplocale_p)) == NULL) {
fprintf(stderr, "Failed to change locale.\n");
freelocale(*tmplocale_p); *tmplocale_p = NULL;
// Yes, it is dirty. But so is an operating system that doesn't support threaded locales.
*oldlocale_p = (locale_t)copy(setlocale(LC_NUMERIC_MASK, "C"));
if (*oldlocale_p == NULL) fprintf(stderr, "Failed to change locale.\n");
static inline void switch_to_old_locale(locale_t * tmplocale_p, locale_t * oldlocale_p) {
if (*oldlocale_p != NULL) { uselocale(*oldlocale_p); } else { uselocale(LC_GLOBAL_LOCALE); }
*oldlocale_p = NULL; // This ends the lifecycle of the temporary old locale storage.
if (*tmplocale_p != NULL) { freelocale(*tmplocale_p); *tmplocale_p = NULL; }
if (*oldlocale_p != NULL) {
setlocale(LC_NUMERIC_MASK, (char*)(*oldlocale_p));
*oldlocale_p = NULL;
static inline locale_t newlocale_hack(int category_mask, const char *locale, locale_t base) {
// Note that, in the interest of minimizing the hack, we drop the category mask on Wingdows.
return newlocale(category_mask, locale, base);
return (locale_t)copy(locale);
static inline locale_t uselocale_hack(locale_t dataset) {
return uselocale(dataset);
return (locale_t)copy(setlocale(LC_ALL_MASK, (char*)dataset));
static inline void freelocale_hack(locale_t dataset) {
if (dataset != NULL) { free(dataset); }
#if 0
#define DECLARE_TEMP_LOCALE() char oldloc[25];
#define SWITCH_TO_C_LOCALE() strncpy( oldloc,setlocale(LC_NUMERIC,NULL),24 ); oldloc[24]='\0'; setlocale(LC_NUMERIC,"C");
#define SWITCH_TO_OLD_LOCALE() setlocale(LC_NUMERIC,oldloc);
#define DECLARE_TEMP_LOCALE() locale_t tmplocale; locale_t oldlocale; // Declare temporary locale storage.
#define SWITCH_TO_C_LOCALE() switch_to_c_locale(&tmplocale, &oldlocale); // Switch to the C locale temporarily and cache the old locale.
#define SWITCH_TO_OLD_LOCALE() switch_to_old_locale(&tmplocale, &oldlocale); // Switch to the cached locale.