- INSTANCE VARIABLES
- See also
Font::TTF::Scripts::AP - Memory representation of a TTFBuilder Attachment Point database (APDB)
use Font::TTF::Scripts::AP; $ap = Font::TTF::Scripts::AP->read_font($ttf_file, $ap_file, %opts); $ap->make_classes();
Reference to the Microsoft cmap within the
An array of references to glyph data structures, indexed by glyphID. Stucture elements are:
Unicode scalar value, if any, as specified in the APDB. (decimal integer)
Actual glyph ID from font.
Actual Postscript name from font.
postvalues are based on the
PSNamefields of the APDB. If there are descrepancies between the APDB and the font's internal tables, then for calcuating the above three values, priority is given first to
PSNamefield, and finally
Reference to glyph structure read from
Line number in APDB where glyph is defined.
A hash of references to attachment point structures for this glyph, keyed by attachment point type (aka name). Each AP structure contains
Present if the glyph is a composite. Is a reference to an array of component structures. Each component structure includes:
comma separated list of bounding box coordinates, i.e.,
x1, y1, x2, y2
Unicode scalar value, if any, of the component. (decimal integer)
Note: The following instance variables contain the actual text read from the APDB. If there are descrepancies between the APDB and the font, these values may differ from corresponding values given above. Therefore these values should not be used except for diagnostic purposes.
Unicode scalar value, if any, as specified in the APDB. (string of hex digits)
Postscript name, if any, as specified in the APDB
Glyph id, if any, as specified in the APDB
Created by "make_classes", this is a hash keyed by class name returning an array of GIDs for glyphs that are in the class. Classes are identified by extensions (part after a '.') on the post name of each glyph. For each such extension, two classes are defined. The first is the class of all glyphs that have that extension (class name is the extension). The second is the class of nominal glyphs corresponding to the glyphs with that extension (class name is the extension but with the prefix 'no_').
If defined, this variable will be updated by "make_classes". It is a hash, keyed by attachment point name (as modified by "make_point") returning a bit vec bit array, indexed by GID, each bit set to 1 if the corresponding glyph has the given attachment point.
Optionally created by make_classes if ligatures are requested and they exist. The base forms class is no_code while the ligatures are held in code.
-errorfhnot set, this accumulates any warning or error messages encountered.
Count of number fo warnings or errors encountered.
Reads the TrueType font file
$ttf_file and the attachment point database (APDB) file
$ap_file, and builds a structure to represent the APDB.
Options that may be supplied throught the
%opts hash include:
A comma-separated list of attachment point types to ignore.
If true, warn about attachment points that do not correspond to appropriate points on the outline of the glyph.
A comma-separated list of names of glyphs that are known to have no outline (thus shouldn't generate warning).
A file handle to which warning messages are to be printed. If not supplied, warning messages are accumulated in
First, for every glyph record in
make_name followed by, for every attachment point record in
make_point . This gives sub-classes a chance to convert the names (of glyphs and points) to an alternate form (e.g., as might be useful in building Graphite source.) See GDL.pm for an example.
make_classes then builds the
lists instance variables, and updates the
vecs instance variable (if it is defined).
Options supported are:
Takes two values: first or last. First creates ligature classes with the class based on the first element of the ligature and the contents of the class on the rest of the ligature. Last creates classes based on the last element of the ligature, thus grouping all glyphs with the same last ligature element together. Ligature classes are stored in
Ligature elements are separated by _ in the glyph name. Ligatures are only made if there are corresponding non ligature glyphs in the font. A final .text on the glyph name of a ligature is assumed to be associated with the whole ligature and not just the last element.
Given a glyph's name, USV, and a reference to its
glyph structure, returns a replacement name, e.g., one that might be an acceptable identifier in a programming language. By default this returns $gname, but the function could be overridden when subclassing.
Given an an attachment point name and a reference to its
glyph structure, returns a replacement name, e.g., one that might be an acceptable identifier in a programming language, or undef to indicate the attachment point should be omitted. By default this returns $pname, but the function could be overridden when subclassing.