Re: Query for default config without force initialization if absent

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On Sat, 12 Feb 2022 13:22:11 -0600, Behdad Esfahbod wrote:


    So you can attach your private FcConfig to a private
    PangoFcFontMap, inform the font map every time you change the
    FcConfig (eg, add more fonts to it), and you should be able to use
    that font map to create layouts and use normally, without switching
    FcConfig's all the time.

That seems the right way to do it: create custom Fontconfig setups to
control the behaviour of a font-rendering subsystem, rather than
messing about with the global user-default configuration.

By the way, I completely forgot to add a wrapper for
FcInitLoadConfig() and FcInitLoadConfigAndFonts() to my Python binding
<>, but this has now been fixed.

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