FreeType-2.7.1 API Reference

TrueType Tables

Synopsis

TT_Header 
TT_HoriHeaderFT_Get_CMap_Language_ID
TT_VertHeaderFT_Get_CMap_Format
TT_OS2 
TT_PostscriptFT_PARAM_TAG_UNPATENTED_HINTING
TT_PCLT 
TT_MaxProfileTT_PLATFORM_XXX
 TT_APPLE_ID_XXX
FT_Sfnt_TagTT_MAC_ID_XXX
FT_Get_Sfnt_TableTT_ISO_ID_XXX
FT_Load_Sfnt_TableTT_MS_ID_XXX
FT_Sfnt_Table_InfoTT_ADOBE_ID_XXX

This section contains the definition of TrueType-specific tables as well as some routines used to access and process them.

TT_Header

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  typedef struct  TT_Header_
  {
    FT_Fixed   Table_Version;
    FT_Fixed   Font_Revision;

    FT_Long    CheckSum_Adjust;
    FT_Long    Magic_Number;

    FT_UShort  Flags;
    FT_UShort  Units_Per_EM;

    FT_Long    Created [2];
    FT_Long    Modified[2];

    FT_Short   xMin;
    FT_Short   yMin;
    FT_Short   xMax;
    FT_Short   yMax;

    FT_UShort  Mac_Style;
    FT_UShort  Lowest_Rec_PPEM;

    FT_Short   Font_Direction;
    FT_Short   Index_To_Loc_Format;
    FT_Short   Glyph_Data_Format;

  } TT_Header;

A structure used to model a TrueType font header table. All fields follow the TrueType specification.


TT_HoriHeader

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  typedef struct  TT_HoriHeader_
  {
    FT_Fixed   Version;
    FT_Short   Ascender;
    FT_Short   Descender;
    FT_Short   Line_Gap;

    FT_UShort  advance_Width_Max;      /* advance width maximum */

    FT_Short   min_Left_Side_Bearing;  /* minimum left-sb       */
    FT_Short   min_Right_Side_Bearing; /* minimum right-sb      */
    FT_Short   xMax_Extent;            /* xmax extents          */
    FT_Short   caret_Slope_Rise;
    FT_Short   caret_Slope_Run;
    FT_Short   caret_Offset;

    FT_Short   Reserved[4];

    FT_Short   metric_Data_Format;
    FT_UShort  number_Of_HMetrics;

    /* The following fields are not defined by the TrueType specification */
    /* but they are used to connect the metrics header to the relevant    */
    /* `HMTX' table.                                                      */

    void*      long_metrics;
    void*      short_metrics;

  } TT_HoriHeader;

A structure used to model a TrueType horizontal header, the ‘hhea’ table, as well as the corresponding horizontal metrics table, i.e., the ‘hmtx’ table.

fields

Version

The table version.

Ascender

The font's ascender, i.e., the distance from the baseline to the top-most of all glyph points found in the font.

This value is invalid in many fonts, as it is usually set by the font designer, and often reflects only a portion of the glyphs found in the font (maybe ASCII).

You should use the ‘sTypoAscender’ field of the OS/2 table instead if you want the correct one.

Descender

The font's descender, i.e., the distance from the baseline to the bottom-most of all glyph points found in the font. It is negative.

This value is invalid in many fonts, as it is usually set by the font designer, and often reflects only a portion of the glyphs found in the font (maybe ASCII).

You should use the ‘sTypoDescender’ field of the OS/2 table instead if you want the correct one.

Line_Gap

The font's line gap, i.e., the distance to add to the ascender and descender to get the BTB, i.e., the baseline-to-baseline distance for the font.

advance_Width_Max

This field is the maximum of all advance widths found in the font. It can be used to compute the maximum width of an arbitrary string of text.

min_Left_Side_Bearing

The minimum left side bearing of all glyphs within the font.

min_Right_Side_Bearing

The minimum right side bearing of all glyphs within the font.

xMax_Extent

The maximum horizontal extent (i.e., the ‘width’ of a glyph's bounding box) for all glyphs in the font.

caret_Slope_Rise

The rise coefficient of the cursor's slope of the cursor (slope=rise/run).

caret_Slope_Run

The run coefficient of the cursor's slope.

Reserved

8 reserved bytes.

metric_Data_Format

Always 0.

number_Of_HMetrics

Number of HMetrics entries in the ‘hmtx’ table -- this value can be smaller than the total number of glyphs in the font.

long_metrics

A pointer into the ‘hmtx’ table.

short_metrics

A pointer into the ‘hmtx’ table.

note

IMPORTANT: The TT_HoriHeader and TT_VertHeader structures should be identical except for the names of their fields, which are different.

This ensures that a single function in the ‘ttload’ module is able to read both the horizontal and vertical headers.


TT_VertHeader

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  typedef struct  TT_VertHeader_
  {
    FT_Fixed   Version;
    FT_Short   Ascender;
    FT_Short   Descender;
    FT_Short   Line_Gap;

    FT_UShort  advance_Height_Max;      /* advance height maximum */

    FT_Short   min_Top_Side_Bearing;    /* minimum left-sb or top-sb       */
    FT_Short   min_Bottom_Side_Bearing; /* minimum right-sb or bottom-sb   */
    FT_Short   yMax_Extent;             /* xmax or ymax extents            */
    FT_Short   caret_Slope_Rise;
    FT_Short   caret_Slope_Run;
    FT_Short   caret_Offset;

    FT_Short   Reserved[4];

    FT_Short   metric_Data_Format;
    FT_UShort  number_Of_VMetrics;

    /* The following fields are not defined by the TrueType specification */
    /* but they're used to connect the metrics header to the relevant     */
    /* `HMTX' or `VMTX' table.                                            */

    void*      long_metrics;
    void*      short_metrics;

  } TT_VertHeader;

A structure used to model a TrueType vertical header, the ‘vhea’ table, as well as the corresponding vertical metrics table, i.e., the ‘vmtx’ table.

fields

Version

The table version.

Ascender

The font's ascender, i.e., the distance from the baseline to the top-most of all glyph points found in the font.

This value is invalid in many fonts, as it is usually set by the font designer, and often reflects only a portion of the glyphs found in the font (maybe ASCII).

You should use the ‘sTypoAscender’ field of the OS/2 table instead if you want the correct one.

Descender

The font's descender, i.e., the distance from the baseline to the bottom-most of all glyph points found in the font. It is negative.

This value is invalid in many fonts, as it is usually set by the font designer, and often reflects only a portion of the glyphs found in the font (maybe ASCII).

You should use the ‘sTypoDescender’ field of the OS/2 table instead if you want the correct one.

Line_Gap

The font's line gap, i.e., the distance to add to the ascender and descender to get the BTB, i.e., the baseline-to-baseline distance for the font.

advance_Height_Max

This field is the maximum of all advance heights found in the font. It can be used to compute the maximum height of an arbitrary string of text.

min_Top_Side_Bearing

The minimum top side bearing of all glyphs within the font.

min_Bottom_Side_Bearing

The minimum bottom side bearing of all glyphs within the font.

yMax_Extent

The maximum vertical extent (i.e., the ‘height’ of a glyph's bounding box) for all glyphs in the font.

caret_Slope_Rise

The rise coefficient of the cursor's slope of the cursor (slope=rise/run).

caret_Slope_Run

The run coefficient of the cursor's slope.

caret_Offset

The cursor's offset for slanted fonts. This value is ‘reserved’ in vmtx version 1.0.

Reserved

8 reserved bytes.

metric_Data_Format

Always 0.

number_Of_HMetrics

Number of VMetrics entries in the ‘vmtx’ table -- this value can be smaller than the total number of glyphs in the font.

long_metrics

A pointer into the ‘vmtx’ table.

short_metrics

A pointer into the ‘vmtx’ table.

note

IMPORTANT: The TT_HoriHeader and TT_VertHeader structures should be identical except for the names of their fields, which are different.

This ensures that a single function in the ‘ttload’ module is able to read both the horizontal and vertical headers.


TT_OS2

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  typedef struct  TT_OS2_
  {
    FT_UShort  version;                /* 0x0001 - more or 0xFFFF */
    FT_Short   xAvgCharWidth;
    FT_UShort  usWeightClass;
    FT_UShort  usWidthClass;
    FT_UShort  fsType;
    FT_Short   ySubscriptXSize;
    FT_Short   ySubscriptYSize;
    FT_Short   ySubscriptXOffset;
    FT_Short   ySubscriptYOffset;
    FT_Short   ySuperscriptXSize;
    FT_Short   ySuperscriptYSize;
    FT_Short   ySuperscriptXOffset;
    FT_Short   ySuperscriptYOffset;
    FT_Short   yStrikeoutSize;
    FT_Short   yStrikeoutPosition;
    FT_Short   sFamilyClass;

    FT_Byte    panose[10];

    FT_ULong   ulUnicodeRange1;        /* Bits 0-31   */
    FT_ULong   ulUnicodeRange2;        /* Bits 32-63  */
    FT_ULong   ulUnicodeRange3;        /* Bits 64-95  */
    FT_ULong   ulUnicodeRange4;        /* Bits 96-127 */

    FT_Char    achVendID[4];

    FT_UShort  fsSelection;
    FT_UShort  usFirstCharIndex;
    FT_UShort  usLastCharIndex;
    FT_Short   sTypoAscender;
    FT_Short   sTypoDescender;
    FT_Short   sTypoLineGap;
    FT_UShort  usWinAscent;
    FT_UShort  usWinDescent;

    /* only version 1 and higher: */

    FT_ULong   ulCodePageRange1;       /* Bits 0-31   */
    FT_ULong   ulCodePageRange2;       /* Bits 32-63  */

    /* only version 2 and higher: */

    FT_Short   sxHeight;
    FT_Short   sCapHeight;
    FT_UShort  usDefaultChar;
    FT_UShort  usBreakChar;
    FT_UShort  usMaxContext;

    /* only version 5 and higher: */

    FT_UShort  usLowerOpticalPointSize;       /* in twips (1/20th points) */
    FT_UShort  usUpperOpticalPointSize;       /* in twips (1/20th points) */

  } TT_OS2;

A structure used to model a TrueType OS/2 table. All fields comply to the OpenType specification.

Note that we now support old Mac fonts that do not include an OS/2 table. In this case, the ‘version’ field is always set to 0xFFFF.


TT_Postscript

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  typedef struct  TT_Postscript_
  {
    FT_Fixed  FormatType;
    FT_Fixed  italicAngle;
    FT_Short  underlinePosition;
    FT_Short  underlineThickness;
    FT_ULong  isFixedPitch;
    FT_ULong  minMemType42;
    FT_ULong  maxMemType42;
    FT_ULong  minMemType1;
    FT_ULong  maxMemType1;

    /* Glyph names follow in the file, but we don't   */
    /* load them by default.  See the ttpost.c file.  */

  } TT_Postscript;

A structure used to model a TrueType PostScript table. All fields comply to the TrueType specification. This structure does not reference the PostScript glyph names, which can be nevertheless accessed with the ‘ttpost’ module.


TT_PCLT

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  typedef struct  TT_PCLT_
  {
    FT_Fixed   Version;
    FT_ULong   FontNumber;
    FT_UShort  Pitch;
    FT_UShort  xHeight;
    FT_UShort  Style;
    FT_UShort  TypeFamily;
    FT_UShort  CapHeight;
    FT_UShort  SymbolSet;
    FT_Char    TypeFace[16];
    FT_Char    CharacterComplement[8];
    FT_Char    FileName[6];
    FT_Char    StrokeWeight;
    FT_Char    WidthType;
    FT_Byte    SerifStyle;
    FT_Byte    Reserved;

  } TT_PCLT;

A structure used to model a TrueType PCLT table. All fields comply to the TrueType specification.


TT_MaxProfile

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  typedef struct  TT_MaxProfile_
  {
    FT_Fixed   version;
    FT_UShort  numGlyphs;
    FT_UShort  maxPoints;
    FT_UShort  maxContours;
    FT_UShort  maxCompositePoints;
    FT_UShort  maxCompositeContours;
    FT_UShort  maxZones;
    FT_UShort  maxTwilightPoints;
    FT_UShort  maxStorage;
    FT_UShort  maxFunctionDefs;
    FT_UShort  maxInstructionDefs;
    FT_UShort  maxStackElements;
    FT_UShort  maxSizeOfInstructions;
    FT_UShort  maxComponentElements;
    FT_UShort  maxComponentDepth;

  } TT_MaxProfile;

The maximum profile is a table containing many max values, which can be used to pre-allocate arrays. This ensures that no memory allocation occurs during a glyph load.

fields

version

The version number.

numGlyphs

The number of glyphs in this TrueType font.

maxPoints

The maximum number of points in a non-composite TrueType glyph. See also the structure element ‘maxCompositePoints’.

maxContours

The maximum number of contours in a non-composite TrueType glyph. See also the structure element ‘maxCompositeContours’.

maxCompositePoints

The maximum number of points in a composite TrueType glyph. See also the structure element ‘maxPoints’.

maxCompositeContours

The maximum number of contours in a composite TrueType glyph. See also the structure element ‘maxContours’.

maxZones

The maximum number of zones used for glyph hinting.

maxTwilightPoints

The maximum number of points in the twilight zone used for glyph hinting.

maxStorage

The maximum number of elements in the storage area used for glyph hinting.

maxFunctionDefs

The maximum number of function definitions in the TrueType bytecode for this font.

maxInstructionDefs

The maximum number of instruction definitions in the TrueType bytecode for this font.

maxStackElements

The maximum number of stack elements used during bytecode interpretation.

maxSizeOfInstructions

The maximum number of TrueType opcodes used for glyph hinting.

maxComponentElements

The maximum number of simple (i.e., non- composite) glyphs in a composite glyph.

maxComponentDepth

The maximum nesting depth of composite glyphs.

note

This structure is only used during font loading.


FT_Sfnt_Tag

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  typedef enum  FT_Sfnt_Tag_
  {
    FT_SFNT_HEAD,
    FT_SFNT_MAXP,
    FT_SFNT_OS2,
    FT_SFNT_HHEA,
    FT_SFNT_VHEA,
    FT_SFNT_POST,
    FT_SFNT_PCLT,

    FT_SFNT_MAX

  } FT_Sfnt_Tag;

  /* these constants are deprecated; use the corresponding `FT_Sfnt_Tag' */
  /* values instead                                                      */
#define ft_sfnt_head  FT_SFNT_HEAD
#define ft_sfnt_maxp  FT_SFNT_MAXP
#define ft_sfnt_os2   FT_SFNT_OS2
#define ft_sfnt_hhea  FT_SFNT_HHEA
#define ft_sfnt_vhea  FT_SFNT_VHEA
#define ft_sfnt_post  FT_SFNT_POST
#define ft_sfnt_pclt  FT_SFNT_PCLT

An enumeration used to specify the index of an SFNT table. Used in the FT_Get_Sfnt_Table API function.

values

FT_SFNT_HEAD

To access the font's TT_Header structure.

FT_SFNT_MAXP

To access the font's TT_MaxProfile structure.

FT_SFNT_OS2

To access the font's TT_OS2 structure.

FT_SFNT_HHEA

To access the font's TT_HoriHeader structure.

FT_SFNT_VHEA

To access the font's TT_VertHeader structure.

FT_SFNT_POST

To access the font's TT_Postscript structure.

FT_SFNT_PCLT

To access the font's TT_PCLT structure.


FT_Get_Sfnt_Table

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  FT_EXPORT( void* )
  FT_Get_Sfnt_Table( FT_Face      face,
                     FT_Sfnt_Tag  tag );

Return a pointer to a given SFNT table within a face.

input

face

A handle to the source.

tag

The index of the SFNT table.

return

A type-less pointer to the table. This will be 0 in case of error, or if the corresponding table was not found OR loaded from the file.

Use a typecast according to ‘tag’ to access the structure elements.

note

The table is owned by the face object and disappears with it.

This function is only useful to access SFNT tables that are loaded by the sfnt, truetype, and opentype drivers. See FT_Sfnt_Tag for a list.

Here an example how to access the ‘vhea’ table:

  TT_VertHeader*  vert_header;


  vert_header =
    (TT_VertHeader*)FT_Get_Sfnt_Table( face, FT_SFNT_VHEA );

FT_Load_Sfnt_Table

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  FT_EXPORT( FT_Error )
  FT_Load_Sfnt_Table( FT_Face    face,
                      FT_ULong   tag,
                      FT_Long    offset,
                      FT_Byte*   buffer,
                      FT_ULong*  length );

Load any font table into client memory.

input

face

A handle to the source face.

tag

The four-byte tag of the table to load. Use the value 0 if you want to access the whole font file. Otherwise, you can use one of the definitions found in the FT_TRUETYPE_TAGS_H file, or forge a new one with FT_MAKE_TAG.

offset

The starting offset in the table (or file if tag == 0).

output

buffer

The target buffer address. The client must ensure that the memory array is big enough to hold the data.

inout

length

If the ‘length’ parameter is NULL, then try to load the whole table. Return an error code if it fails.

Else, if ‘*length’ is 0, exit immediately while returning the table's (or file) full size in it.

Else the number of bytes to read from the table or file, from the starting offset.

return

FreeType error code. 0 means success.

note

If you need to determine the table's length you should first call this function with ‘*length’ set to 0, as in the following example:

  FT_ULong  length = 0;


  error = FT_Load_Sfnt_Table( face, tag, 0, NULL, &length );
  if ( error ) { ... table does not exist ... }

  buffer = malloc( length );
  if ( buffer == NULL ) { ... not enough memory ... }

  error = FT_Load_Sfnt_Table( face, tag, 0, buffer, &length );
  if ( error ) { ... could not load table ... }

Note that structures like TT_Header or TT_OS2 can't be used with this function; they are limited to FT_Get_Sfnt_Table. Reason is that those structures depend on the processor architecture, with varying size (e.g. 32bit vs. 64bit) or order (big endian vs. little endian).


FT_Sfnt_Table_Info

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  FT_EXPORT( FT_Error )
  FT_Sfnt_Table_Info( FT_Face    face,
                      FT_UInt    table_index,
                      FT_ULong  *tag,
                      FT_ULong  *length );

Return information on an SFNT table.

input

face

A handle to the source face.

table_index

The index of an SFNT table. The function returns FT_Err_Table_Missing for an invalid value.

inout

tag

The name tag of the SFNT table. If the value is NULL, ‘table_index’ is ignored, and ‘length’ returns the number of SFNT tables in the font.

output

length

The length of the SFNT table (or the number of SFNT tables, depending on ‘tag’).

return

FreeType error code. 0 means success.

note

While parsing fonts, FreeType handles SFNT tables with length zero as missing.


FT_Get_CMap_Language_ID

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  FT_EXPORT( FT_ULong )
  FT_Get_CMap_Language_ID( FT_CharMap  charmap );

Return TrueType/sfnt specific cmap language ID. Definitions of language ID values are in ‘ttnameid.h’.

input

charmap

The target charmap.

return

The language ID of ‘charmap’. If ‘charmap’ doesn't belong to a TrueType/sfnt face, just return 0 as the default value.

For a format 14 cmap (to access Unicode IVS), the return value is 0xFFFFFFFF.


FT_Get_CMap_Format

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_TABLES_H (freetype/tttables.h).

  FT_EXPORT( FT_Long )
  FT_Get_CMap_Format( FT_CharMap  charmap );

Return TrueType/sfnt specific cmap format.

input

charmap

The target charmap.

return

The format of ‘charmap’. If ‘charmap’ doesn't belong to a TrueType/sfnt face, return -1.


FT_PARAM_TAG_UNPATENTED_HINTING

Defined in FT_UNPATENTED_HINTING_H (freetype/ttunpat.h).

#define FT_PARAM_TAG_UNPATENTED_HINTING  FT_MAKE_TAG( 'u', 'n', 'p', 'a' )

Deprecated.

Previously: A constant used as the tag of an FT_Parameter structure to indicate that unpatented methods only should be used by the TrueType bytecode interpreter for a typeface opened by FT_Open_Face.


TT_PLATFORM_XXX

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_IDS_H (freetype/ttnameid.h).

#define TT_PLATFORM_APPLE_UNICODE  0
#define TT_PLATFORM_MACINTOSH      1
#define TT_PLATFORM_ISO            2 /* deprecated */
#define TT_PLATFORM_MICROSOFT      3
#define TT_PLATFORM_CUSTOM         4
#define TT_PLATFORM_ADOBE          7 /* artificial */

A list of valid values for the ‘platform_id’ identifier code in FT_CharMapRec and FT_SfntName structures.

values

TT_PLATFORM_APPLE_UNICODE

Used by Apple to indicate a Unicode character map and/or name entry. See TT_APPLE_ID_XXX for corresponding ‘encoding_id’ values. Note that name entries in this format are coded as big-endian UCS-2 character codes only.

TT_PLATFORM_MACINTOSH

Used by Apple to indicate a MacOS-specific charmap and/or name entry. See TT_MAC_ID_XXX for corresponding ‘encoding_id’ values. Note that most TrueType fonts contain an Apple roman charmap to be usable on MacOS systems (even if they contain a Microsoft charmap as well).

TT_PLATFORM_ISO

This value was used to specify ISO/IEC 10646 charmaps. It is however now deprecated. See TT_ISO_ID_XXX for a list of corresponding ‘encoding_id’ values.

TT_PLATFORM_MICROSOFT

Used by Microsoft to indicate Windows-specific charmaps. See TT_MS_ID_XXX for a list of corresponding ‘encoding_id’ values. Note that most fonts contain a Unicode charmap using (TT_PLATFORM_MICROSOFT, TT_MS_ID_UNICODE_CS).

TT_PLATFORM_CUSTOM

Used to indicate application-specific charmaps.

TT_PLATFORM_ADOBE

This value isn't part of any font format specification, but is used by FreeType to report Adobe-specific charmaps in an FT_CharMapRec structure. See TT_ADOBE_ID_XXX.


TT_APPLE_ID_XXX

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_IDS_H (freetype/ttnameid.h).

#define TT_APPLE_ID_DEFAULT           0 /* Unicode 1.0 */
#define TT_APPLE_ID_UNICODE_1_1       1 /* specify Hangul at U+34xx */
#define TT_APPLE_ID_ISO_10646         2 /* deprecated */
#define TT_APPLE_ID_UNICODE_2_0       3 /* or later */
#define TT_APPLE_ID_UNICODE_32        4 /* 2.0 or later, full repertoire */
#define TT_APPLE_ID_VARIANT_SELECTOR  5 /* variation selector data */

A list of valid values for the ‘encoding_id’ for TT_PLATFORM_APPLE_UNICODE charmaps and name entries.

values

TT_APPLE_ID_DEFAULT

Unicode version 1.0.

TT_APPLE_ID_UNICODE_1_1

Unicode 1.1; specifies Hangul characters starting at U+34xx.

TT_APPLE_ID_ISO_10646

Deprecated (identical to preceding).

TT_APPLE_ID_UNICODE_2_0

Unicode 2.0 and beyond (UTF-16 BMP only).

TT_APPLE_ID_UNICODE_32

Unicode 3.1 and beyond, using UTF-32.

TT_APPLE_ID_VARIANT_SELECTOR

From Adobe, not Apple. Not a normal cmap. Specifies variations on a real cmap.


TT_MAC_ID_XXX

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_IDS_H (freetype/ttnameid.h).

#define TT_MAC_ID_ROMAN                 0
#define TT_MAC_ID_JAPANESE              1
#define TT_MAC_ID_TRADITIONAL_CHINESE   2
#define TT_MAC_ID_KOREAN                3
#define TT_MAC_ID_ARABIC                4
#define TT_MAC_ID_HEBREW                5
#define TT_MAC_ID_GREEK                 6
#define TT_MAC_ID_RUSSIAN               7
#define TT_MAC_ID_RSYMBOL               8
#define TT_MAC_ID_DEVANAGARI            9
#define TT_MAC_ID_GURMUKHI             10
#define TT_MAC_ID_GUJARATI             11
#define TT_MAC_ID_ORIYA                12
#define TT_MAC_ID_BENGALI              13
#define TT_MAC_ID_TAMIL                14
#define TT_MAC_ID_TELUGU               15
#define TT_MAC_ID_KANNADA              16
#define TT_MAC_ID_MALAYALAM            17
#define TT_MAC_ID_SINHALESE            18
#define TT_MAC_ID_BURMESE              19
#define TT_MAC_ID_KHMER                20
#define TT_MAC_ID_THAI                 21
#define TT_MAC_ID_LAOTIAN              22
#define TT_MAC_ID_GEORGIAN             23
#define TT_MAC_ID_ARMENIAN             24
#define TT_MAC_ID_MALDIVIAN            25
#define TT_MAC_ID_SIMPLIFIED_CHINESE   25
#define TT_MAC_ID_TIBETAN              26
#define TT_MAC_ID_MONGOLIAN            27
#define TT_MAC_ID_GEEZ                 28
#define TT_MAC_ID_SLAVIC               29
#define TT_MAC_ID_VIETNAMESE           30
#define TT_MAC_ID_SINDHI               31
#define TT_MAC_ID_UNINTERP             32

A list of valid values for the ‘encoding_id’ for TT_PLATFORM_MACINTOSH charmaps and name entries.

values

TT_MAC_ID_ROMAN

TT_MAC_ID_JAPANESE

TT_MAC_ID_TRADITIONAL_CHINESE

TT_MAC_ID_KOREAN

TT_MAC_ID_ARABIC

TT_MAC_ID_HEBREW

TT_MAC_ID_GREEK

TT_MAC_ID_RUSSIAN

TT_MAC_ID_RSYMBOL

TT_MAC_ID_DEVANAGARI

TT_MAC_ID_GURMUKHI

TT_MAC_ID_GUJARATI

TT_MAC_ID_ORIYA

TT_MAC_ID_BENGALI

TT_MAC_ID_TAMIL

TT_MAC_ID_TELUGU

TT_MAC_ID_KANNADA

TT_MAC_ID_MALAYALAM

TT_MAC_ID_SINHALESE

TT_MAC_ID_BURMESE

TT_MAC_ID_KHMER

TT_MAC_ID_THAI

TT_MAC_ID_LAOTIAN

TT_MAC_ID_GEORGIAN

TT_MAC_ID_ARMENIAN

TT_MAC_ID_MALDIVIAN

TT_MAC_ID_SIMPLIFIED_CHINESE

TT_MAC_ID_TIBETAN

TT_MAC_ID_MONGOLIAN

TT_MAC_ID_GEEZ

TT_MAC_ID_SLAVIC

TT_MAC_ID_VIETNAMESE

TT_MAC_ID_SINDHI

TT_MAC_ID_UNINTERP


TT_ISO_ID_XXX

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_IDS_H (freetype/ttnameid.h).

#define TT_ISO_ID_7BIT_ASCII  0
#define TT_ISO_ID_10646       1
#define TT_ISO_ID_8859_1      2

A list of valid values for the ‘encoding_id’ for TT_PLATFORM_ISO charmaps and name entries.

Their use is now deprecated.

values

TT_ISO_ID_7BIT_ASCII

ASCII.

TT_ISO_ID_10646

ISO/10646.

TT_ISO_ID_8859_1

Also known as Latin-1.


TT_MS_ID_XXX

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_IDS_H (freetype/ttnameid.h).

#define TT_MS_ID_SYMBOL_CS    0
#define TT_MS_ID_UNICODE_CS   1
#define TT_MS_ID_SJIS         2
#define TT_MS_ID_GB2312       3
#define TT_MS_ID_BIG_5        4
#define TT_MS_ID_WANSUNG      5
#define TT_MS_ID_JOHAB        6
#define TT_MS_ID_UCS_4       10

A list of valid values for the ‘encoding_id’ for TT_PLATFORM_MICROSOFT charmaps and name entries.

values

TT_MS_ID_SYMBOL_CS

Corresponds to Microsoft symbol encoding. See FT_ENCODING_MS_SYMBOL.

TT_MS_ID_UNICODE_CS

Corresponds to a Microsoft WGL4 charmap, matching Unicode. See FT_ENCODING_UNICODE.

TT_MS_ID_SJIS

Corresponds to SJIS Japanese encoding. See FT_ENCODING_SJIS.

TT_MS_ID_GB2312

Corresponds to Simplified Chinese as used in Mainland China. See FT_ENCODING_GB2312.

TT_MS_ID_BIG_5

Corresponds to Traditional Chinese as used in Taiwan and Hong Kong. See FT_ENCODING_BIG5.

TT_MS_ID_WANSUNG

Corresponds to Korean Wansung encoding. See FT_ENCODING_WANSUNG.

TT_MS_ID_JOHAB

Corresponds to Johab encoding. See FT_ENCODING_JOHAB.

TT_MS_ID_UCS_4

Corresponds to UCS-4 or UTF-32 charmaps. This has been added to the OpenType specification version 1.4 (mid-2001.)


TT_ADOBE_ID_XXX

Defined in FT_TRUETYPE_IDS_H (freetype/ttnameid.h).

#define TT_ADOBE_ID_STANDARD  0
#define TT_ADOBE_ID_EXPERT    1
#define TT_ADOBE_ID_CUSTOM    2
#define TT_ADOBE_ID_LATIN_1   3

A list of valid values for the ‘encoding_id’ for TT_PLATFORM_ADOBE charmaps. This is a FreeType-specific extension!

values

TT_ADOBE_ID_STANDARD

Adobe standard encoding.

TT_ADOBE_ID_EXPERT

Adobe expert encoding.

TT_ADOBE_ID_CUSTOM

Adobe custom encoding.

TT_ADOBE_ID_LATIN_1

Adobe Latin 1 encoding.