[Pkg-fonts-devel] Bug#762296: "Droid Sans Fallback" refers to three different files
gunnarhj at ubuntu.com
Sun Sep 21 09:39:45 UTC 2014
On 2014-09-21 09:52, Christian PERRIER wrote:
> As of now, we have:
> bubulle at sesostris:~/src/debian/pkg-fonts/git/fonts-android(master) $ more debian/fonts-droid.install
> Droid*.ttf usr/share/fonts/truetype/droid
> So basically : "let's install all fonts whose name starts with "Droid"
> ". How can we technically do "All fonts whose name starts with 'Droid'
> but two of them"
> Unless we, of course, list them all one by one....
They were listed previously.
> Maybe something like this
> rm <path>/DroidSansFallback.ttf || true
> rm <path>/DroidSansFallbackLegacy.ttf || true
Would work too.
On 2014-09-21 10:28, Jonas Smedegaard wrote:
> How about this instead:
> Droid*.ttf usr/share/fonts-droid/truetype
That would put away all of them. Did you really mean that?
> ...and then register DroidSansFull.ttf with alternatives system,
> symlinking it into usr/share/fonts/truetype/droid/DroidSans.ttf
That's over my head, but it would be fine with me if it works.
However, I can't help suspecting that there is no real need to include
DroidSansFallback.ttf and DroidSansFallbackLegacy.ttf.
* Got the impression from https://bugs.debian.org/737105 that
DroidSansFallbackFull.ttf is sufficient for Ghostscript too.
* Is the reporter of https://bugs.debian.org/714436 of the opinion that
DroidSansFallback.ttf displays Korean characters better than
fonts-nanum, or was he just not aware of the possibility to install
the latter to fix his issue?
If I'm right, I suppose it would be preferable to not unnecessarily
complicate the package.
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