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Re: question about a <> mark similar to a c-> notation...

From: Han-Wen Nienhuys
Subject: Re: question about a <> mark similar to a c-> notation...
Date: Tue, 2 Nov 2004 01:03:55 +0100

address@hidden writes:
> > > And, whenever changing feta-schrift, don't forget to clean the font such 
> > > that all font files will be rebuilt; otherwise, you will not see any 
> > > change, or the font will be messed up (as inserting a new character 
> > > changes the numbers in the font tables).
> > 
> > The font is cleaned by executing buildscripts/out/clean-fonts, right?
> > 
> Yes; at least, that's what clean-fonts is expected to do.  However, since 
> rebuilding the complete font may be quite time consuming, I sometimes 
> manually remove only a small subset of the generated font files (e.g. 
> only the generated files of the particular font size that I am using for 
> testing).  However, this is both installation dependent as well as 
> depending on what you are changing in the font and how you are testing.  
> In doubt, you should force a complete rebuilt of the font.

If building the font is too slow, then doublecheck that you have
potrace installed. It is much quicker than autotrace.



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