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Old 08-04-2011, 12:33 AM   #1
vivek.narvekar
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Check fonts, which are made available by core x font subsystem


Hi,

I can check the fonts made available by "fontconfig" subsystem by using the following command.

$ fc-list | sed 's,:.*,,' | sort -u

This command list the names of the font.

Similarly, How can I check the fonts which are made available by "core x font subsystem" ?

(Note - I need this, since it seems like the older versions of qt(3.0.4), doesnt seem to use "fontconfig". Hence, wanted to check if it uses core x)

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