Re: [Pkg-fonts-devel] location of woff files
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- Subject: Re: [Pkg-fonts-devel] location of woff files
- From: Nicolas Spalinger <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 10 May 2017 18:09:42 +0200
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On 04/06/2017 07:54 PM, Fabian Greffrath wrote:
> Am Donnerstag, den 06.04.2017, 18:13 +0200 schrieb Nicolas Spalinger:
>> How about, instead of expecting every app to write up a filter and
>> blacklist system, we don't put new formats that are not intended to
>> be desktop formats into their own distinct FHS folder? Developers and
>> web apps who want/need them can symlink them from there directly?
> I don't know why you insist on equating fontconfig with desktop usage?
> There exist many applications which use fontconfig but are in no way
> restricted to desktop usage, e.g. cups-filter's texttopdf filter or
I'm interested in knowing more about fontconfig-using server apps.
Do you have use-cases and specific examples? A few of the many applications you refer to?
How many desktop apps do you know that support WOFF?