Commit a190678e authored by Keith Packard's avatar Keith Packard

Document previously undocumented functions. (bug 12963)

parent 9a54f8a1
......@@ -42,13 +42,16 @@ FNCS_TMPL = ${DOC_SRC}/func.sgml
DOC_FUNCS_FNCS=\
fcatomic.fncs \
fcblanks.fncs \
fccache.fncs \
fccharset.fncs \
fcconfig.fncs \
fcconstant.fncs \
fcdircache.fncs \
fcfile.fncs \
fcfontset.fncs \
fcfreetype.fncs \
fcinit.fncs \
fclangset.fncs \
fcmatrix.fncs \
fcobjectset.fncs \
fcobjecttype.fncs \
......
#!/bin/sh
header=fontconfig-header
doc=fontconfig-doc
#trap "rm $header $doc" 0 1 15
trap "rm $header $doc" 0 1 15
top_srcdir=${top_srcdir-".."}
(
cat $top_srcdir/fontconfig/*.h | grep '^Fc' |
......@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ cat $top_srcdir/fontconfig/*.h | grep '^Fc' |
sed -n 's/#define \(Fc[a-zA-Z]*\)(.*$/\1/p') |
sort -u > $header
grep '@FUNC@' $top_srcdir/doc/*.fncs |
grep '@FUNC[+]*@' $top_srcdir/doc/*.fncs |
awk '{print $2}' |
sort -u > $doc
......
/*
* Copyright © 2007 Keith Packard
*
* Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and its
* documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided that
* the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that
* copyright notice and this permission notice appear in supporting
* documentation, and that the name of Keith Packard not be used in
* advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of the software without
* specific, written prior permission. Keith Packard makes no
* representations about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It
* is provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
*
* KEITH PACKARD DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE,
* INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS, IN NO
* EVENT SHALL KEITH PACKARD BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR
* CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE,
* DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER
* TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR
* PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
*/
@RET@ const FcChar8 *
@FUNC@ FcCacheDir
@TYPE1@ const FcCache * @ARG1@ cache
@PURPOSE@ Return directory of <parameter>cache</parameter>
@DESC@
This function returns the directory from which the cache was constructed.
@@
@RET@ FcFontSet *
@FUNC@ FcCacheCopySet
@TYPE1@ const FcCache * @ARG1@ cache
@PURPOSE@ Returns a copy of the fontset from <parameter>cache</parameter>
@DESC
The returned fontset contains each of the font patterns from
<parameter>cache</parameter>. This fontset may be modified, but the patterns
from the cache are read-only.
@@
@RET@ const FcChar8 *
@FUNC@ FcCacheSubdir
@TYPE1@ const FcCache * @ARG1@ cache
@TYPE2@ int @ARG2@ i
@PURPOSE@ Return the <parameter>i</parameter>'th subdirectory.
@DESC
The set of subdirectories stored in a cache file are indexed by this
function, <parameter>i</parameter> should range from 0 to
<parameter>n</parameter>-1, where <parameter>n</parameter> is the return
value from FcCacheNumSubdir.
@@
@RET@ int
@FUNC@ FcCacheNumSubdir
@TYPE1@ const FcCache * @ARG1@ cache
@PURPOSE@ Return the number of subdirectories in <parameter>cache</parameter>.
@DESC
This returns the total number of subdirectories in the cache.
@@
@RET@ int
@FUNC@ FcCacheNumFont
@TYPE1@ const FcCache * @ARG1@ cache
@PURPOSE@ Returns the number of fonts in <parameter>cache</parameter>.
@DESC
This returns the number of fonts which would be included in the return from
FcCacheCopySet.
@@
......@@ -165,3 +165,27 @@ Builds an array of bits marking the Unicode coverage of <parameter>a</parameter>
<parameter>*next</parameter>. Returns the base of the array. <parameter>next</parameter> contains the next page in
the font.
@@
@RET@ FcChar32
@FUNC@ FcCharSetCoverage
@TYPE1@ const FcCharSet * @ARG1@ a
@TYPE2@ FcChar32 @ARG2@ page
@TYPE3@ FcChar32[8] @ARG3@ result
@PURPOSE@ DEPRECATED return coverage for a Unicode page
@DESC@
DEPRECATED
This function returns a bitmask in <parameter>result</parameter> which
indicates which code points in
<parameter>page</parameter> are included in <parameter>a</parameter>.
<function>FcCharSetCoverage</function> returns the next page in the charset which has any
coverage.
@@
@RET@ FcCharSet *
@FUNC@ FcCharSetNew
@TYPE1@ void
@PURPOSE@ DEPRECATED alias for FcCharSetCreate
@DESC@
<function>FcCharSetNew</function> is a DEPRECATED alias for FcCharSetCreate.
@@
......@@ -65,6 +65,27 @@ Checks all of the files related to <parameter>config</parameter> and returns
whether any of them has been modified since the configuration was created.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcConfigHome
@TYPE1@ void
@PURPOSE@ return the current home directory.
@DESC@
Return the current user's home directory, if it is available, and if using it
is enabled. See also <function>FcConfigEnableHome</function>).
@@
@RET@ FcBol
@FUNC@ FcConfigEnableHome
@TYPE1@ FcBool% @ARG1@ enable
@PURPOSE@ controls use of the home directory.
@DESC@
If <parameter>enable</parameter> is FcTrue, then Fontconfig will use various
files which are specified relative to the user's home directory (using the ~
notation in the configuration). When <parameter>enable</parameter> is
FcFalse, then all use of the home directory in these contexts will be
disabled. The previous setting of the value is returned.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcConfigBuildFonts
@TYPE1@ FcConfig * @ARG1@ config
......@@ -111,6 +132,16 @@ Note that this will not include any configuration done with FcConfigParse.
Returns the name of the file used to store per-user font information.
@@
@RET@ FcStrList *
@FUNC@ FcConfigGetCacheDirs
@TYPE1@ FcConfig * @ARG1@ config
@PURPOSE@ return the list of directories searched for cache files
@DESC@
<function>FcConfigGetCacheDirs</function> returns a string list containing
all of the directories that fontconfig will search when attempting to load a
cache file for a font directory.
@@
@RET@ FcFontSet *
@FUNC@ FcConfigGetFonts
@TYPE1@ FcConfig * @ARG1@ config
......
/*
* Copyright © 2007 Keith Packard
*
* Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and its
* documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided that
* the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that copyright
* notice and this permission notice appear in supporting documentation, and
* that the name of the copyright holders not be used in advertising or
* publicity pertaining to distribution of the software without specific,
* written prior permission. The copyright holders make no representations
* about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It is provided "as
* is" without express or implied warranty.
*
* THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE,
* INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS, IN NO
* EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR
* CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE,
* DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER
* TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE
* OF THIS SOFTWARE.
*/
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcDirCacheUnlink
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ dir
@TYPE2@ FcConfig * @ARG2@ config
@PURPOSE@ Remove all caches related to <parameter>dir</parameter>
@DESC@
Scans the cache directories in <parameter>config</parameter>, removing any
instances of the cache file for <parameter>dir</parameter>. Returns FcFalse
when some internal error occurs (out of memory, etc). Errors actually
unlinking any files are ignored.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcDirCacheValid
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ dir
@PURPOSE@ check directory cache
@DESC@
Returns FcTrue if <parameter>dir</parameter> has an associated valid cache
file, else returns FcFalse
@@
@RET@ FcCache *
@FUNC@ FcDirCacheLoad
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ dir
@TYPE2@ FcConfig * @ARG2@ config
@TYPE3@ FcChar8 ** @ARG3@ cache_file
@PURPOSE@ load a directory cache
@DESC@
Loads the cache related to <parameter>dir</parameter>. If no cache file
exists, returns NULL. The name of the cache file is returned in
<parameter>cache_file</parameter>, unless that is NULL. See also
FcDirCacheRead.
@@
@RET@ FcCache *
@FUNC@ FcDirCacheRead
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ dir
@TYPE2@ FcBool% @ARG2@ force
@TYPE3@ FcConfig * @ARG3@ config
@PURPOSE@ read or construct a directory cache
@DESC@
This returns a cache for <parameter>dir</parameter>. If
<parameter>force</parameter> is FcFalse, then an existing, valid cache file
will be used. Otherwise, a new cache will be created by scanning the
directory and that returned.
@@
@RET@ FcCache *
@FUNC@ FcDirCacheLoadFile
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ cache_file
@TYPE2@ struct stat * @ARG2@ file_stat
@PURPOSE@ load a cache file
@DESC@
This function loads a directory cache from
<parameter>cache_file</parameter>. If <parameter>file_stat</parameter> is
non-NULL, it will be filled with the results of stat(2) on the cache file.
@@
@RET@ void
@FUNC@ FcDirCacheUnload
@TYPE1@ FcCache * @ARG1@ cache
@PURPOSE@ unload a cache file
@DESC@
This function dereferences <parameter>cache</parameter>. When no other
references to it remain, all memory associated with the cache will be freed.
@@
......@@ -37,7 +37,20 @@ If <parameter>force</parameter> is FcTrue, then the file is scanned even if
associated information is found in <parameter>cache</parameter>. If
<parameter>file</parameter> is a directory, it is added to
<parameter>dirs</parameter>. Whether fonts are found depends on fontconfig
poliy as well as the current configuration.
policy as well as the current configuration. Internally, fontconfig will
ignore BDF and PCF fonts which are not in Unicode (or the effectively
equivalent ISO Latin-1) encoding as those are not usable by Unicode-based
applications. The configuration can ignore fonts based on filename or
contents of the font file itself.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcFileIsDir
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ file
@PURPOSE@ check whether a file is a directory
@DESC@
Returns FcTrue if <parameter>file</parameter> is a directory, otherwise
returns FcFalse.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
......@@ -54,9 +67,9 @@ Scans an entire directory and adds all fonts found to
<parameter>set</parameter>. If <parameter>force</parameter> is FcTrue, then
the directory and all files within it are scanned even if information is
present in the per-directory cache file or <parameter>cache</parameter>. Any
subdirectories found are added to <parameter>dirs</parameter>. Whether fonts
or directories are found depends on fontconfig
policy as well as the current configuration.
subdirectories found are added to <parameter>dirs</parameter>. See the
manual for <function>FcFileScan</function> for a description of how
fontconfig selects which fonts to include.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
......@@ -71,11 +84,3 @@ populates it with the fonts in <parameter>set</parameter> and subdirectories
in <parameter>dirs</parameter>.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcDirCacheValid
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ cache_file
@PURPOSE@ check directory cache timestamp
@DESC@
Returns FcTrue if <parameter>cache_file</parameter> is no older than the
directory containing it, else FcFalse.
@@
......@@ -47,3 +47,86 @@ well.
Adds a pattern to a font set. Note that the pattern is not copied before
being inserted into the set.
@@
@RET@ FcFontSet *
@FUNC@ FcFontSetList
@TYPE1@ FcConfig * @ARG1@ config
@TYPE2@ FcFontSet ** @ARG2@ sets
@TYPE3@ int @ARG3@ nsets
@TYPE4@ FcPattern * @ARG4@ pattern
@TYPE5@ FcObjectSet * @ARG5@ object_set
@PURPOSE@ List fonts from a set of font sets
@DESC@
Selects fonts matching <parameter>pattern</parameter> from
<parameter>sets</parameter>, creates patterns from those
fonts containing only the objects in <parameter>object_set</parameter> and returns
the set of unique such patterns.
@@
@RET@ FcPattern *
@FUNC@ FcFontSetMatch
@TYPE1@ FcConfig * @ARG1@ config
@TYPE2@ FcFontSet ** @ARG2@ sets
@TYPE3@ int @ARG3@ nsets
@TYPE4@ FcPattern * @ARG4@ pattern
@TYPE5@ FcResult * @ARG5@ result
@PURPOSE@ Return the best font from a set of font sets
@DESC@
Returns the font in <parameter>sets</parameter> most close matching
<parameter>pattern</parameter>. This function should be called only after
FcConfigSubstitute and FcDefaultSubstitute have been called for
<parameter>pattern</parameter>; otherwise the results will not be correct.
@@
@RET@ void
@FUNC@ FcFontSetPrint
@TYPE1@ FcFontSet * @ARG1@ set
@PURPOSE@ Print a set of patterns to stdout
@DESC@
This function is useful for diagnosing font related issues, printing the
complete contents of every pattern in <parameter>set</parameter>. The format
of the output is designed to be of help to users and developers, and may
change at any time.
@@
@RET@
@FUNC@ FcFontSetSort
@TYPE1@ FcConfig * @ARG1@ config
@TYPE2@ FcFontSet ** @ARG2@ sets
@TYPE3@ int @ARG3@ nsets
@TYPE4@ FcPattern * @ARG4@ pattern
@TYPE5@ FcBool% @ARG5@ trim
@TYPE6@ FcCharSet ** @ARG6@ csp
@TYPE7@ FcResult * @ARG7@ result
@PURPOSE@ Add to a font set
@DESC@
Returns the list of fonts from <parameter>sets</parameter>
sorted by closeness to <parameter>pattern</parameter>.
If <parameter>trim</parameter> is FcTrue,
elements in the list which don't include Unicode coverage not provided by
earlier elements in the list are elided. The union of Unicode coverage of
all of the fonts is returned in <parameter>csp</parameter>,
if <parameter>csp</parameter> is not NULL. This function
should be called only after FcConfigSubstitute and FcDefaultSubstitute have
been called for <parameter>p</parameter>;
otherwise the results will not be correct.
</para><para>
The returned FcFontSet references FcPattern structures which may be shared
by the return value from multiple FcFontSort calls, applications cannot
modify these patterns. Instead, they should be passed, along with
<parameter>pattern</parameter> to
FcFontRenderPrepare which combines them into a complete pattern.
</para><para>
The FcFontSet returned by FcFontSetSort is destroyed by caling FcFontSetDestroy.
@@
@RET@
@FUNC@ FcFontSetSortDestroy
@TYPE1@ FcFontSet * @ARG1@ set
@PURPOSE@ DEPRECATED destroy a font set
@DESC@
This function is DEPRECATED. <function>FcFontSetSortDestroy</function>
destroys <parameter>set</parameter> by calling
<function>FcFontSetDestroy</function>. Applications should use
<function>FcFontSetDestroy</function> directly instead.
@@
......@@ -53,6 +53,28 @@ If 'blanks' is not 0, the glyphs in the font are examined and any blank glyphs
not in 'blanks' are not placed in the returned FcCharSet.
@@
@SYNOPSIS@
#include &lt;fontconfig.h&gt;
#include &lt;fcfreetype.h&gt;
@RET@ FcCharSet *
@FUNC@ FcFreeTypeCharSetAndSpacing
@TYPE1@ FT_Face% @ARG1@ face
@TYPE2@ FcBlanks * @ARG2@ blanks
@TYPE3@ int * @ARG3@ spacing
@PURPOSE@ compute unicode coverage and spacing type
@DESC@
Scans a FreeType face and returns the set of encoded Unicode chars.
This scans
several encoding tables to build as complete a list as possible.
If 'blanks' is not 0, the glyphs in the font are examined and any blank glyphs
not in 'blanks' are not placed in the returned FcCharSet.
<parameter>spacing</parameter> receives the computed spacing type of the
font, one of FC_MONO for a font where all glyphs have the same width,
FC_DUAL, where the font has glyphs in precisely two widths, one twice as
wide as the other, or FC_PROPORTIONAL where the font has glyphs of many
widths.
@@
@SYNOPSIS@
#include &lt;fontconfig.h&gt;
#include &lt;fcfreetype.h&gt;
......
/*
* Copyright © 2007 Keith Packard
*
* Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute, and sell this software and its
* documentation for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided that
* the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that copyright
* notice and this permission notice appear in supporting documentation, and
* that the name of the copyright holders not be used in advertising or
* publicity pertaining to distribution of the software without specific,
* written prior permission. The copyright holders make no representations
* about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It is provided "as
* is" without express or implied warranty.
*
* THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES WITH REGARD TO THIS SOFTWARE,
* INCLUDING ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS, IN NO
* EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR
* CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE,
* DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER
* TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR PERFORMANCE
* OF THIS SOFTWARE.
*/
@RET@ FcLangSet *
@FUNC@ FcLangSetCreate
@TYPE1@ void
@PURPOSE@ create a langset object
@DESC@
<function>FcLangSetCreate</function> creates a new FcLangSet object.
@@
@RET@ void
@FUNC@ FcLangSetDestroy
@TYPE1@ FcLangSet * @ARG1@ ls
@PURPOSE@ destroy a langset object
@DESC@
<function>FcLangSetDestroy</function> destroys a FcLangSet object, freeing
all memory associated with it.
@@
@RET@ FcLangSet *
@FUNC@ FcLangSetCopy
@TYPE1@ const FcLangSet * @ARG1@ ls
@PURPOSE@ copy a langset object
@DESC@
<function>FcLangSetCopy</function> creates a new FcLangSet object and
populates it with the contents of <parameter>ls</parameter>.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcLangSetAdd
@TYPE1@ FcLangSet * @ARG1@ ls
@TYPE2@ const FcChar8 * @ARG2@ lang
@PURPOSE@ add a language to a langset
@DESC@
<parameter>lang</parameter> is added to <parameter>ls</parameter>.
<parameter>lang</parameter> should be of the form Ll-Tt where Ll is a
two or three letter language from ISO 639 and Tt is a territory from ISO
3166.
@@
@RET@ FcLangResult
@FUNC@ FcLangSetCompare
@TYPE1@ const FcLangSet * @ARG1@ ls_a
@TYPE2@ const FcLangSet * @ARG2@ ls_b
@PURPOSE@ compare language sets
@DESC@
<function>FcLangSetCompare</function> compares language coverage for
<parameter>ls_a</parameter> and <parameter>ls_b</parameter>. If they share
any language and territory pair, this function returns FcLangEqual. If they
share a language but differ in which territory that language is for, this
function returns FcLangDiffentTerritory. If they share no languages in
common, this function returns FcLangDifferentLang.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcLangSetContains
@TYPE1@ const FcLangSet * @ARG1@ ls_a
@TYPE2@ const FcLangSet * @ARG2@ ls_b
@PURPOSE@ check langset subset relation
@DESC@
<function>FcLangSetContains</function> returns FcTrue if
<parameter>ls_a</parameter> contains every language in
<parameter>ls_b</parameter>. <parameter>ls_a</parameter> will 'contain' a
language from <parameter>ls_b</parameter> if <parameter>ls_a</parameter>
has exactly the language, or either the language or
<parameter>ls_a</parameter> has no territory.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcLangSetEqual
@TYPE1@ const FcLangSet * @ARG1@ ls_a
@TYPE2@ const FcLangSet * @ARG2@ ls_b
@PURPOSE@ test for matching langsets
@DESC@
Returns FcTrue if and only if <parameter>ls_a</parameter> supports precisely
the same language and territory combinations as <parameter>ls_b</parameter>.
@@
@RET@ FcChar32
@FUNC@ FcLangSetHash
@TYPE1@ const FcLangSet * @ARG1@ ls
@PURPOSE@ return a hash value for a langset
@DESC@
This function returns a value which depends solely on the languages
supported by <parameter>ls</parameter>. Any language which equals
<parameter>ls</function> will have the same result from
<function>FcLangSetHash</function>. However, two langsets with the same hash
value may not be equal.
@@
@RET@ FcLangResult
@FUNC@ FcLangSetHasLang
@TYPE1@ const FcLangSet * @ARG1@ ls
@TYPE2@ const FcChar8 * @ARG2@ lang
@PURPOSE@ test langset for language support
@DESC@
<function>FcLangSetHasLang</function> checks whether
<parameter>ls</parameter> supports <parameter>lang</parameter>. If
<parameter>ls</parameter> has a matching language and territory pair,
this function returns FcLangEqual. If <parameter>ls</parameter> has
a matching language but differs in which territory that language is for, this
function returns FcLangDiffentTerritory. If <parameter>ls</parameter>
has no matching language, this function returns FcLangDifferentLang.
@@
......@@ -21,6 +21,8 @@
* TORTIOUS ACTION, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OR
* PERFORMANCE OF THIS SOFTWARE.
*/
@RET@ void
@FUNC@ FcMatrixInit
@PURPOSE@ initialize an FcMatrix structure
@TYPE1@ FcMatrix *
......
......@@ -29,12 +29,32 @@
Creates a pattern with no properties; used to build patterns from scratch.
@@
@RET@ FcPattern *
@FUNC@ FcPatternDuplicate
@TYPE1@ FcPattern * @ARG1@ p
@PURPOSE@ Copy a pattern
@DESC@
Copy a pattern, returning a new pattern that matches
<parameter>p</parameter>. Each pattern may be modified without affecting the
other.
@@
@RET@ void
@FUNC@ FcPatternReference
@TYPE1@ FcPattern * @ARG1@ p
@PURPOSE@ Increment pattern reference count
@DESC@
Add another reference to <parameter>p</parameter>. Patterns are freed only
when the reference count reaches zero.
@@
@RET@ void
@FUNC@ FcPatternDestroy
@TYPE1@ FcPattern * @ARG1@ p
@PURPOSE@ Destroy a pattern
@DESC@
Destroys a pattern, in the process destroying all related values.
Decrement the pattern reference count. If all references are gone, destroys
the pattern, in the process destroying all related values.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
......@@ -134,6 +154,21 @@ values added to the list have binding <parameter>weak</parameter> instead of <pa
@TYPE1+++++@ FcPattern * @ARG1+++++@ p
@TYPE2+++++@ const char * @ARG2+++++@ object
@TYPE3+++++@ FcBool% @ARG3+++++@ b
@PROTOTYPE++++++@
@RET++++++@ FcBool
@FUNC++++++@ FcPatternAddFTFace
@TYPE1++++++@ FcPattern * @ARG1++++++@ p
@TYPE2++++++@ const char * @ARG2++++++@ object
@TYPE3++++++@ const FT_Face @ARG3++++++@ f
@PROTOTYPE+++++++@
@RET+++++++@ FcBool
@FUNC+++++++@ FcPatternAddLangSet
@TYPE1+++++++@ FcPattern * @ARG1+++++++@ p
@TYPE2+++++++@ const char * @ARG2+++++++@ object
@TYPE3+++++++@ const FcLangSet * @ARG3+++++++@ l
@PURPOSE@ Add a typed value to a pattern
@DESC@
These are all convenience functions that insert objects of the specified
......@@ -204,6 +239,21 @@ within the pattern directly. Applications must not free this value.
@TYPE2+++++@ const char * @ARG2+++++@ object
@TYPE3+++++@ int% @ARG3+++++@ n
@TYPE4+++++@ FcBool * @ARG4+++++@ b
@PROTOTYPE++++++@
@RET++++++@ FcBool
@FUNC++++++@ FcPatternGetFTFace
@TYPE1++++++@ FcPattern * @ARG1++++++@ p
@TYPE2++++++@ const char * @ARG2++++++@ object
@TYPE3++++++@ const FT_Face * @ARG3++++++@ f
@PROTOTYPE+++++++@
@RET+++++++@ FcBool
@FUNC+++++++@ FcPatternGetLangSet
@TYPE1+++++++@ FcPattern * @ARG1+++++++@ p
@TYPE2+++++++@ const char * @ARG2+++++++@ object
@TYPE3+++++++@ const FcLangSet ** @ARG3+++++++@ l
@PURPOSE@ Return a typed value from a pattern
@DESC@
These are convenience functions that call FcPatternGet and verify that the
......
......@@ -97,6 +97,33 @@ indicates whether <parameter>string</parameter> is a well-formed UTF16
string.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcIsLower
@TYPE1@ FcChar8 @ARG1@ c
@PURPOSE@ check for lower case ASCII character
@DESC@
This macro checks whether <parameter>c</parameter> is an lower case ASCII
letter.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcIsUpper
@TYPE1@ FcChar8 @ARG1@ c
@PURPOSE@ check for upper case ASCII character
@DESC@
This macro checks whether <parameter>c</parameter> is a upper case ASCII
letter.
@@
@RET@ FcChar8
@FUNC@ FcToLower
@TYPE1@ FcChar8 @ARG1@ c
@PURPOSE@ convert upper case ASCII to lower case
@DESC@
This macro converts upper case ASCII <parameter>c</parameter> to the
equivalent lower case letter.
@@
@RET@ FcChar8 *
@FUNC@ FcStrCopy
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ s
......@@ -126,45 +153,70 @@ Just like FcStrCopy except that it converts any leading '~' characters in
Returns NULL if '~' is present in <parameter>s</parameter> and HOME is unset.
@@
@RET@ int
@FUNC@ FcStrCmp
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ s1
@TYPE2@ const FcChar8 * @ARG2@ s2
@PURPOSE@ compare UTF-8 strings
@DESC@
Returns the usual &lt;0, 0, &gt;0 result of comparing
<parameter>s1</parameter> and <parameter>s2</parameter>.
@@
@RET@ int
@FUNC@ FcStrCmpIgnoreCase
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ s1
@TYPE2@ const FcChar8 * @ARG2@ s2
@PURPOSE@ compare UTF-8 strings ignoring ASCII case
@PURPOSE@ compare UTF-8 strings ignoring case
@DESC@
Returns the usual &lt;0, 0, &gt;0 result of comparing
<parameter>s1</parameter> and <parameter>s2</parameter>. This test is
case-insensitive in the ASCII range and will operate properly with UTF8
encoded strings, although it does not check for well formed strings.
<parameter>s1</parameter> and <parameter>s2</parameter>. This test is
case-insensitive for all proper UTF-8 encoded strings.
@@
@RET@ FcChar8 *
@FUNC@ FcStrStr
@TYPE1@ const char * @ARG1@ s1
@TYPE2@ const char * @ARG2@ s2
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ s1
@TYPE2@ const FcChar8 * @ARG2@ s2
@PURPOSE@ locate UTF-8 substring
@DESC@
Returns the location of <parameter>s2</parameter> in
<parameter>s1</parameter>. Returns NULL if <parameter>s2</parameter>
is not present in <parameter>s1</parameter>. This test will operate properly
with UTF8 encoded strings, although it does not check for well formed
strings.
with UTF8 encoded strings.
@@
@RET@ FcChar8 *
@FUNC@ FcStrStrIgnoreCase
@TYPE1@ const char * @ARG1@ s1
@TYPE2@ const char * @ARG2@ s2
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ s1
@TYPE2@ const FcChar8 * @ARG2@ s2
@PURPOSE@ locate UTF-8 substring ignoring ASCII case
@DESC@
Returns the location of <parameter>s2</parameter> in
<parameter>s1</parameter>, ignoring ASCII case. Returns NULL if
<parameter>s1</parameter>, ignoring case. Returns NULL if
<parameter>s2</parameter> is not present in <parameter>s1</parameter>.
This test is case-insensitive in the ASCII range and will operate properly
with UTF8 encoded strings, although it does not check for well formed
strings.
This test is case-insensitive for all proper UTF-8 encoded strings.
@@
@RET@ FcChar8 *
@FUNC@ FcStrPlus
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ s1
@TYPE2@ const FcChar8 * @ARG2@ s2
@PURPOSE@ concatenate two strings
@DESC@
This function allocates new storage and places the concatenation of
<parameter>s1</parameter> and <parameter>s2</parameter> there, returning the
new string.
@@
@RET@ void
@FUNC@ FcStrFree
@TYPE1@ FcChar8 * @ARG1@ s
@PURPOSE@ free a string
@DESC@
This is just a wrapper around free(3) which helps track memory usage of
strings within the fontconfig library.
@RET@ FcChar8 *
@FUNC@ FcStrDirname
@TYPE1@ const FcChar8 * @ARG1@ file
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......@@ -41,6 +41,17 @@ Returns whether <parameter>s</parameter> is a member of
<parameter>set</parameter>.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcStrSetEqual
@TYPE1@ FcStrSet * @ARG1@ set_a
@TYPE2@ FcStrSet * @ARG2@ set_b
@PURPOSE@ check sets for equality
@DESC@
Returns whether <parameter>set_a</parameter> contains precisely the same
strings as <parameter>set_b</parameter>. Ordering of strings within the two
sets is not considered.
@@
@RET@ FcBool
@FUNC@ FcStrSetAdd
@TYPE1@ FcStrSet * @ARG1@ set
......
......@@ -38,3 +38,24 @@ FcTypeMatrix and FcTypeCharSet reference memory, the other types do not.
Returns a copy of <parameter>v</parameter> duplicating any object referenced by it so that <parameter>v</parameter>
may be safely destroyed without harming the new value.
@@
@RET@ void
@FUNC@ FcValuePrint