Use XftFontMatch in place of FcFontMatch.

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From: Mark Edgar <medgar123@gmail.com>

XftFontMatch calls XftDefaultSubstitute which configures various match
properties according to the user's configured Xft defaults (xrdb) as well as
according to the current display and screen. Most importantly, the screen DPI
is computed [1]. Without this, st uses a "default" DPI of 75 [2].

[1]: https://cgit.freedesktop.org/xorg/lib/libXft/tree/src/xftdpy.c?id=libXft-2.3.2#n535
[2]: https://cgit.freedesktop.org/fontconfig/tree/src/fcdefault.c?id=2.11.1#n255
master
Christoph Lohmann 7 years ago
parent 60aeb37edb
commit 528241aa38
  1. 5
      st.c

@ -3279,7 +3279,7 @@ xloadfont(Font *f, FcPattern *pattern)
FcResult result;
XGlyphInfo extents;
match = FcFontMatch(NULL, pattern, &result);
match = XftFontMatch(xw.dpy, xw.scr, pattern, &result);
if (!match)
return 1;
@ -3345,9 +3345,6 @@ xloadfonts(char *fontstr, double fontsize)
defaultfontsize = usedfontsize;
}
FcConfigSubstitute(0, pattern, FcMatchPattern);
FcDefaultSubstitute(pattern);
if (xloadfont(&dc.font, pattern))
die("st: can't open font %s\n", fontstr);

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