O/T : linux: can I list which small caps are in a ttf/otf font ?

Zdenek Wagner zdenek.wagner at gmail.com
Wed Oct 25 16:28:23 CEST 2023

st 25. 10. 2023 v 16:22 odesílatel Ken Moffat via tex-live
<tex-live at tug.org> napsal:
> On Wed, Oct 25, 2023 at 09:02:24AM -0400, Bob Tennent wrote:
> > otfinfo -g | grep sc
> >
> > You'll get some spurious hits such as underscore but all the small-caps
> > glyphs.
> Thanks.  I think I can see how to convert the items with names (a,
> ae, agonok, ...) into codepoints, and the UniNNNN are already in
> that form.
The mappings of these names to codepoints is available in a file which
can be found somewhere. If you search for unicode tables, you will
certainly find it.

Zdeněk Wagner

> Meanwhile, it occurred to me that I could modify how I report
> language support, so that for a font which I know has small caps I
> could look to see what the language coverage was like (not much
> point digging in if it only supports English).
> ĸen
> --
>   'The universe is so big, sir, that it obeys all possible laws,'
>   said Ponder, 'For a given value of "teapot".
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