Re: fontconfig 2.4.0

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On Tue, 2006-09-12 at 20:25 -0500, Albert Chin wrote:

> Ugh. So, fontconfig no longer looks for cache files in the font
> directories it searches? This means that if someone deploys fontconfig
> on an NFS server, every client must have /var/cache/fontconfig or
> similar. Not fun.

Yes. Better than requiring that the remote directories be writable by
every client. You're spending disk space, but saving huge amounts of
memory as all applications share the same cache.

Of course, if you like, you can point the font configuration at a remote
directory containing cache files; that's easy to set up.


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