Provided by: libfont-ttf-perl_1.06-1_all
Font::TTF::Anchor - Anchor points for GPOS tables
The Anchor defines an anchor point on a glyph providing various information depending on how much is available, including such information as the co-ordinates, a curve point and even device specific modifiers.
x XCoordinate of the anchor point y YCoordinate of the anchor point p Curve point on the glyph to use as the anchor point xdev Device table (delta) for the xcoordinate ydev Device table (delta) for the ycoordinate xid XIdAnchor for multiple master horizontal metric id yid YIdAnchor for multiple master vertical metric id
new Creates a new Anchor read($fh) Reads the anchor from the given file handle at that point. The file handle is left at an arbitrary read point, usually the end of something! out($fh, $style) Outputs the Anchor to the given file handle at this point also addressing issues of deltas. If $style is set, then no output is sent to the file handle. The return value is the output string. $a->out_xml($context) Outputs the anchor in XML
Martin Hosken <http://scripts.sil.org/FontUtils>.
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