Font::TTF::PSNames - Utilities for Postscript glyph name processing
use Font::TTF::PSNames qw(parse lookup); $name = lookup($uni); $uni = parse($name);
return the Adobe-recommended glyph name for a specific Unicode codepoint (integer). By default returns
uniXXXX names rather than
$noAlt is true,
SF names are returned rather than
$noUni is true, returns undef if it would have to resort to
uXXXXXX style names. Essentially this represents a straight lookup in the Adobe-recommended list.
Parse an Adobe-conformant glyph name, generating a Unicode codepoint sequence equivalent to the glyph (or glyph components, should the name represent a ligature). In scalar context, returns a reference to an array of Unicodes (decimal). Array is empty if the glyph name is non-conformant. In list context, the first item returned is the same array reference as above. The second item is a reference to an array containing the extensions (if any) present on the glyph name. The '.' that precedes each extension is not included.
Martin Hosken Martin_Hosken@sil.org.
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This module is released under the terms of the Artistic License 2.0. For details, see the full text of the license in the file LICENSE.
The test suite contains test fonts released under the SIL Open Font License 1.1, see OFL.txt.