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    • Albert Astals Cid's avatar
    • Even Rouault's avatar
    • Thomas Freitag's avatar
      CJK substitute implementation on WIndows platforms. · dae29c6c
      Thomas Freitag authored
      When You install ghostscript on WIndows You're able to switch on CJK
      support. This will create a  cidfmap file in the gs-lib directory. The
      ps file which creates it (mkcidfm.ps) runs over the windows font
      directory and tries to create a suitable substitution table for missing
      CJK fonts. The cidfmap file is more or less PDF like, so it's quite easy
      to parse it with our parser and create a substitution table in
      GlobalParamsWin and use that table. But I expect it in the poppler data
      dir instead of searching for ghostscript installation. If it is not
      there, it always returns the default CID font of point 2.
      You can either copy it from the gs lib directory or create it with the
      ghostscript tool calling
      gswin32c -q -dBATCH -sFONTDIR=<windows font directory>
      -sCIDFMAP=<popper data dir>/cidfmap mkcidfm.ps
    • Thomas Freitag's avatar
      Improve CJK suport in PSOutputDev · 32e47ee0
      Thomas Freitag authored
      1. Adapt bug fix for bug 11413 to the postscript device
      2. A small bug fix when locateFont doesn't find a suitable font and
      returns a null pointer
      to 1.:
      Adapting the implementation of the bug fix for splash and cairo to the
      postscript device was quite easy. But my first proofs of the output with
      ghostscript 8.71 shows some regressions where the CJK chars have a
      smaller height than the default square of the font. But the "48" in the
      output of bug-poppler11413.pdf which is set in a "normal" font but
      rotated was at the right position. Then I stepped to ghostscript 9.04,
      and now the CJK chars were shown correctly, but the 48 was positioned
      wrong. But because of these different tests I think that it is still a
      problem in ghostscript when using a mix of CJK fonts and "normal" fonts.
      BTW, also Acrobat X distiller has problems with the position of the "48"!
      to 2.:
      On my first tests with PDF which uses non embedded CJK fonts on Windows
      I got crashes. Reason for it was that GlobalParamWin returns Helvetica,
      which is not a CID font, but locateFont accepts here only CID fonts and
      therefore returns a NULL pointer. I first fixed that and then decided to
      return as default MS Mincho if a CID font is expected.
    • Adrian Johnson's avatar
      glib demo: fix typo · 61037a6d
      Adrian Johnson authored
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