On Thu, 19 Jun 2008 12:16:46 +0200, Mike FABIAN wrote:
Hans de Graaff <graaff(a)gentoo.org> さんは書きました:
> Hmm, it isn't enough to disable Xft with --with-xft=no?
But then you *cannot* use Xft.
And if you enable it with ‘--with-xft=yes’ you can use *only* Xft and no
X11 core fonts anymore.
It would be better to be able to choose this not at compile time but at
Aha, I didn't pick up on the fact that you were talking about runtime.
This also explains my horrible experience with Xft, I just didn't pick up
on this fact when I tested it and was annoyed that XEmacs wouldn't use my
favorite bitmapped fontset anymore. I guess I'll have to try again using
the Xft font names this time.
I have Xft disabled for the standard openSUSE builds but enabled for
packages built in my M17N repository
With Gentoo USE flags we can let the users decide if they want xft, so we
could be a bit more flexible here. I think I'll do a bit more testing and
probably leave the functionality as a USE flag for our users.
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