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ttfautohint 1.4 --------------- by Werner Lemberg <wl@gnu.org> This project provides a library that takes a TrueType font as the input, removes its bytecode instructions (if any), and returns a new font where all glyphs are bytecode hinted using the information given by FreeType's auto-hinting module. The idea is to provide the excellent quality of the auto-hinter on platforms that don't use FreeType. The library has a single API function, `TTF_autohint'; see `lib/ttfautohint.h' for a detailed description. Note that the library itself won't get installed currently. A command-line interface to the library is the `ttfautohint' program; after compilation and installation, say ttfautohint --help for usage information, or say man ttfautohint to read its manual page. A GUI to the library is `ttfautohintGUI'; it uses the Qt4 framework. The compilation of this application can be disabled with the `--without-qt' option of the `configure' script. Version 1.4 (2015-Oct-04) ------------------------- * Support for Thai and Lao scripts. * Support for the Arabic script. * Better support for scripts that contain superscript-like and subscript-like glyphs, e.g., the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). * Accents and other `non-base' glyphs are now hinted without snapping to blue zones. * A new control instruction syntax form was added to adjust the mapping between glyphs and styles. Right now, its usage is quite limited; a forthcoming version will give much more flexibility. * The `touch` keyword in a delta instructions file was buggy: If used for a point `P` at a ppem value `s`, it sometimes led to unwanted movements of `P` for ppem values unequal to `s`, thus causing outline distortions.
Source: README, updated 2015-10-05

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