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New port: korean/sourcehanserif-otf: Korean font by Adobe designed for user interfaces

Authored by kai on Feb 27 2019, 11:12 AM.



"Source Han Serif supports four different East Asian languages---Simplified
Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, and Korean---and the 65,535 glyphs in
each of its seven weights are designed to work together with a consistent design
that emphasizes shared elements between the languages while honoring the
diversity of each. Also included is a rich set of Western glyphs supporting the
Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic scripts, which were derived from Source Serif."

  • The Typekit, Adobe


PR: 232188
Submitted by: Hyun Hwang
Approved by: (one of the mentors)

Test Plan
  • poudriere (11.2-, 12.0-RELEASE, 13.0-CURRENT@r344112 amd64 + i386) with options FULL/SUBSET each -> OK
  • portlint -> OK
  • Runtime tests by using desktuils/gucharmap -> OK

Minor changes from the original patch:

  • Simplify the usage of the options and thus omit the include
  • Removed variables FONTTYPE and FONTFORMAT (I haven't found any occurences of those variables in the ports framework)
  • Implicit introducion of variable SRCFONTSDIR that is used by the options

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