1. 20 May, 2013 1 commit
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    • Akira TAGOH's avatar
      Use the glob matching for filename · f6244d2c
      Akira TAGOH authored
      Regex is expensive to compare filenames. we already have the glob matching
      and it works enough in this case.
      
      Prior to this change, renaming FcConfigGlobMatch() to FcStrGlobMatch() and moving to fcstr.c
      f6244d2c
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    • Akira TAGOH's avatar
      Add Culmus foundry to the vendor list · 72b0480a
      Akira TAGOH authored
      Maps fonts produced by the Culmus project <http://culmus.sourceforge.net>
      to the XLFD foundry name culmus.
      
      For TrueType fonts, maps the vendor code CLM from the TrueType vendor id field.
      
      For Type1 fonts, which use heuristics to guess mappings to XLFD foundries from
      words in the copyright notice, add the names of the main contributors to
      the Culmus product to recognize the fonts under their copyright.
      
      Patch from Maxim Iorsh
      72b0480a
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      Bug 23757 - Add mode="delete" to <edit> · 20191810
      Akira TAGOH authored
      Add two edit mode, "delete" and "delete_all".
      what values are being deleted depends on <test> as documented.
      if the target object is same to what is tested, matching value there
      will be deleted. otherwise all of values in the object will be deleted.
      so this would means both edit mode will not take any expressions.
      
      e.g.
      
      Given that the testing is always true here, the following rules:
      
        <match>
          <test name="foo" compare="eq">
            <string>bar</string>
          </test>
          <edit name="foo" mode="delete"/>
        </match>
      
      will removes "bar" string from "foo" object. and:
      
        <match>
          <test name="foo" compare="eq">
            <string>foo</string>
          </test>
          <edit name="bar" mode="delete"/>
        </match>
      
      will removes all of values in "bar" object.
      20191810