On 04/29/2013 11:04 AM, Miroslav Suchý wrote:
On 04/27/2013 01:49 PM, Alec Leamas wrote:
> I'm trying to package a web application with bundled fonts. These fonts
> are used by the web clients (browsers), and just served from the Fedora
> Trying to package the webfonts as dependencies I have run into problem
> together with my reviewer. Basically, we don't know what to do. Some
> - Where should webfonts be stored? A specific dir would be good, since
> some fonts exists in both a webfont and desktop variant with the same
> - How shoulld webapps get access to the system webfont? Is the apache
> config file approach used for ..js files, where the webapp gets access
> to specific system paths, usable also here?
> - Given that the primary concern about fonts seems to be licensing, is
> it really meaningful to unbundle them?
> This is the short story. The somewhat longer:
> Any help, out there?
I had the same answer few months ago and got this answer:
Thanks! I knew I had seen this message somewhere, but lost it...
The reply makes me feel a little more confused, on a higher level. How
does that reply translate to the packaging of a web application with
some bundled webfonts ? "scratching my head".
Note that in my case the "fonts" are just just images and icons, which
makes the normal font fallback mechanisms useless. They are needed, period.