[Q] Strikefont - characterToGlyphMap (MacRoman vs. Windows
andreas.raab at gmx.de
Wed Apr 23 17:09:35 UTC 2003
Check out the Win32NativeFonts package on SqueakMap - it contains the
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> Subject: [Q] Strikefont - characterToGlyphMap (MacRoman vs.
> Windows encoding)
> Hi all
> I understand that every bitmap font in Squeak may have its
> own encoding.
> The class Strikefont has an instance variable
> characterToGlyphMap which
> is set in the method
> createCharacterToGlyphMap to standard values.
> | map |
> map _ Array new: 256.
> 0 to: minAscii - 1 do:[:i| map at: i + 1 put: maxAscii + 1].
> minAscii to: maxAscii do:[:i| map at: i + 1 put: i].
> maxAscii + 1 to: 255 do:[:i| map at: i + 1 put: maxAscii + 1].
> With a font utility I loaded the Windows Verdana font (encoded in
> Windows CP 1252) in an image. However as the Squeak image has MacRoman
> encoding as it's standard the upper ASCII character do not display
> My question: Does somebody have the code for a method defining a
> characterToGlyphMap which remaps the glyphs encoded for
> Windows for the
> Mac encoding. Or is this already in the code somewhere?
> Thanks in advance
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