Re: ttf2eot needs to be packaged to allow Fedora to make cross-browser embedded-font websites

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Le mercredi 15 juillet 2009 à 13:58 -0700, Schlaegel a écrit :
> Now that Firefox finally has embedded font support, even though the
> current version in Fedora 11 segfaults (Bug 509501), web developers
> will want to create websites using embedded fonts. To get these
> embedded fonts to display in IE, the ttf files will need to be
> converted to eot files. On Fedora, to convert ttf files into eot files
> one would need ttf2eot. Lets package ttf2eot to let the web developers
> use Fedora.

I'm not fond of the @font-face idea, and even less about ie-only eot,
but if someone wants to work on ttf2eot, and can pass it through legal,
why not. I guess it could be filed in the "interop with Microsoft"

Nicolas Mailhot

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