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@@ -3,21 +3,7 @@ truetype, opentype, cid-keyed, multi-master, cff, svg and bitmap (bdf, FON,
NFNT) fonts, or edit existing ones. It also lets you convert one format to
another. FontForge has support for many Macintosh font formats.
-From the README-unix file inside the source:
- If you want to edit CID-keyed fonts (for CJK fonts) you may want to pull
- down the cidmap package from
-We have included it with our tarball, but you might want to check for a
-newer version just in case. If you have it in the directory with the
-SlackBuild script, it will automatically place the cidmaps inside the package.
-You will also want to have an extracted copy of the freetype source code
-available inside the extracted SlackBuild tarball directory - in other words:
- /somedir/fontforge/
- fontforge.SlackBuild
- slack-desc
- freetype-2.3.7/
-Fontforge seems to build (and function) just fine without doing this (this is
-at least true for prior versions), but it does look for the freetype sources
-while compiling, so it's probably best to make them available just in case :)
+You can specify an alternate version of freetype on the command line when
+running the script with e.g. FREETYPE=2.3.10 ./fontforge.SlackBuild
+but you will need to manually place that freetype tarball in the slackbuild