[Laszlo-dev] Re: For Review: Change 38009 Summary: Removing fonts
and references to fonts which cannot be distributed.
jsundman at laszlosystems.com
Mon Jan 30 05:00:23 PST 2006
If I read your shell script correctly, it does not grep the
documentation source files, whch end in .html. Thus it misses all the
I had remembered that the frutiger font was all through the animation
chapter of the dguide, but upon inspection I see that I fixed this a
year ago. Sometimes I surprise myself!
This font is used, however. Is it OK?
<font src="helmetcb.ttf" name="titleFont"/>
<font src="helmetb.ttf" name="rulerFont"/>
Also, there may be other references elsewhere.
I'll edit your shell script and see if I can catch them.
Your checkin is approved, but closing the bug is NOT approved, pending
certification that the documentation is clean.
On Jan 30, 2006, at 12:10 AM, Jim Grandy wrote:
> On Jan 29, 2006, at 5:05 PM, Benjamin Shine wrote:
>> Change 38009 by ben at ben-linux-builder-ws1 on 2006/01/29 16:43:07
>> Summary: Removing fonts and references to fonts which cannot be
>> New Features:
>> Bugs Fixed: LPP-1394
>> Technical Reviewer: jgrandy (pending)
>> QA Reviewer: frisco (pending)
>> Doc Reviewer: (pending)
>> The only font that I have found to a be a problem is
>> Here is a helpful command for finding which fonts are present in the
>> cd $LPS_HOME; find . -name "*.ttf" | sort -u > all_ttf.txt
>> And for finding which fonts are referenced by lzx files in the tree:
>> cd $LPS_HOME; grep -rl --include="*.lzx" font * >
>> for i in `cat files_with_fonts.txt`; do grep "font src" $i ; done >
>> Release Notes:
>> Affected files ...
>> ... //depot/lps-dev/test/bugs/lpp-427/fonts/FuturNo2DBol_small.ttf#1
>> ... //depot/lps-dev/test/bugs/lpp-427/test-button.lzx#1 edit
>> ... //depot/lps-dev/test/bugs/lpp-427/test-fontclipping.lzx#1 edit
>> ... //depot/lps-dev/test/bugs/lpp-761/FuturNo2DBol_small.ttf#1 delete
>> ... //depot/lps-dev/test/bugs/lpp-761/lpp-761.lzx#1 edit
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