On Mon, May 04, 1998 at 11:28:20AM -0400, Stephen Carpenter wrote: > I have been working on the xfstt package to take it over. Until a few > days ago there was only one bug of "Wishlist" priority filed against > it which is now ready to close as soon as I am able to upload > files (ie am finished registering as a debian package maintainer et al) > It now makes a pid file in var run like a "good little deamon" and can > be started > and stoped form a scipt in /etc/init.d > however this new bug has been reported...and I am looking for comments > about how to fix this one. Cool.. I haven't even looked at the source to this thing so I don't know if it can be done, but Mozilla can't tell any TTfonts are fixed width.. I didn't file a bug report because I don't know that it's something that is Mozilla, xfstt, both, or if it could be fixed.. > The new bug states the xfstt keeping the true type fonts in /var/ttfonts > is > a violation of both the FHS and the FSSTND > I agree with this...now that I think about it...this IS a violation > (unfortunatly...bad news...I lost my printed copy of the FHS and the > FSSTND > I will be printing up new copies soon tho) > any thoughts on wher ethe true type fonts should go? > what would be a good directory for them? I'd agree with the upstream author and use /usr/lib/X11R6/fonts/ttf probably.
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