Source code for fontTools.config

Define all configuration options that can affect the working of fontTools
modules. E.g. optimization levels of varLib IUP, otlLib GPOS compression level,
etc. If this file gets too big, split it into smaller files per-module.

An instance of the Config class can be attached to a TTFont object, so that
the various modules can access their configuration options from it.
from textwrap import dedent

from fontTools.misc.configTools import *

[docs]class Config(AbstractConfig): options = Options()
OPTIONS = Config.options Config.register_option( name="fontTools.otlLib.optimize.gpos:COMPRESSION_LEVEL", help=dedent( """\ GPOS Lookup type 2 (PairPos) compression level: 0 = do not attempt to compact PairPos lookups; 1 to 8 = create at most 1 to 8 new subtables for each existing subtable, provided that it would yield a 50%% file size saving; 9 = create as many new subtables as needed to yield a file size saving. Default: 0. This compaction aims to save file size, by splitting large class kerning subtables (Format 2) that contain many zero values into smaller and denser subtables. It's a trade-off between the overhead of several subtables versus the sparseness of one big subtable. See the pull request: """ ), default=0, parse=int, validate=lambda v: v in range(10), ) Config.register_option( name="fontTools.ttLib.tables.otBase:USE_HARFBUZZ_REPACKER", help=dedent( """\ FontTools tries to use the HarfBuzz Repacker to serialize GPOS/GSUB tables if the uharfbuzz python bindings are importable, otherwise falls back to its slower, less efficient serializer. Set to False to always use the latter. Set to True to explicitly request the HarfBuzz Repacker (will raise an error if uharfbuzz cannot be imported). """ ), default=None, parse=Option.parse_optional_bool, validate=Option.validate_optional_bool, )