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Font::TTF::Maxp(3)    User Contributed Perl Documentation   Font::TTF::Maxp(3)

NAME
       Font::TTF::Maxp - Maximum Profile table in a font

DESCRIPTION
       A collection of useful instance variables following the TTF standard.
       Probably	the most used being "numGlyphs". Note that this	particular
       value is	foundational and should	be kept	up to date by the application,
       it is not updated by "update".

       Handles table versions 0.5, 1.0

INSTANCE VARIABLES
       No others beyond	those specified	in the standard:

	   numGlyphs
	   maxPoints
	   maxContours
	   maxCompositePoints
	   maxCompositeContours
	   maxZones
	   maxTwilightPoints
	   maxStorage
	   maxFunctionDefs
	   maxInstructionDefs
	   maxStackElements
	   maxSizeOfInstructions
	   maxComponentElements
	   maxComponentDepth

METHODS
   $t->read
       Reads the table into memory

   $t->out($fh)
       Writes the table	to a file either from memory or	by copying.

   $t->minsize()
       Returns the minimum size	this table can be. If it is smaller than this,
       then the	table must be bad and should be	deleted	or whatever.

   $t->update
       Calculates all the maximum values for a font based on the glyphs	in the
       font.  Only those fields	which require hinting code interpretation are
       ignored and left	as they	were read.

BUGS
       None known

AUTHOR
       Martin Hosken <http://scripts.sil.org/FontUtils>.

LICENSING
       Copyright (c) 1998-2016,	SIL International (http://www.sil.org)

       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.

perl v5.24.1			  2016-08-03		    Font::TTF::Maxp(3)

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