pangomm: pangomm Enums and Flags

Enumerations

enum  Pango::AttrType {

  Pango::ATTR_INVALID,

  Pango::ATTR_LANGUAGE,

  Pango::ATTR_FAMILY,

  Pango::ATTR_STYLE,

  Pango::ATTR_WEIGHT,

  Pango::ATTR_VARIANT,

  Pango::ATTR_STRETCH,

  Pango::ATTR_SIZE,

  Pango::ATTR_FONT_DESC,

  Pango::ATTR_FOREGROUND,

  Pango::ATTR_BACKGROUND,

  Pango::ATTR_UNDERLINE,

  Pango::ATTR_STRIKETHROUGH,

  Pango::ATTR_RISE,

  Pango::ATTR_SHAPE,

  Pango::ATTR_SCALE,

  Pango::ATTR_FALLBACK,

  Pango::ATTR_LETTER_SPACING,

  Pango::ATTR_UNDERLINE_COLOR,

  Pango::ATTR_STRIKETHROUGH_COLOR,

  Pango::ATTR_ABSOLUTE_SIZE,

  Pango::ATTR_GRAVITY,

  Pango::ATTR_GRAVITY_HINT,

  Pango::ATTR_FONT_FEATURES,

  Pango::ATTR_FOREGROUND_ALPHA,

  Pango::ATTR_BACKGROUND_ALPHA

}
 The Pango::AttrType distinguishes between different types of attributes. More...

 
enum  Pango::Underline {

  Pango::UNDERLINE_NONE,

  Pango::UNDERLINE_SINGLE,

  Pango::UNDERLINE_DOUBLE,

  Pango::UNDERLINE_LOW,

  Pango::UNDERLINE_ERROR

}
 The Pango::Underline enumeration is used to specify whether text should be underlined, and if so, the type of underlining. More...

 
enum  Pango::Direction {

  Pango::DIRECTION_LTR,

  Pango::DIRECTION_RTL,

  Pango::DIRECTION_TTB_LTR,

  Pango::DIRECTION_TTB_RTL,

  Pango::DIRECTION_WEAK_LTR,

  Pango::DIRECTION_WEAK_RTL,

  Pango::DIRECTION_NEUTRAL

}
 The Pango::Direction type represents a direction in the Unicode bidirectional algorithm; not every value in this enumeration makes sense for every usage of Pango::Direction; for example, the return value of pango_unichar_direction() and pango_find_base_dir() cannot be Pango::DIRECTION_WEAK_LTR or Pango::DIRECTION_WEAK_RTL, since every character is either neutral or has a strong direction; on the other hand Pango::DIRECTION_NEUTRAL doesn't make sense to pass to pango_itemize_with_base_dir(). More...

 
enum  Pango::GravityHint {

  Pango::GRAVITY_HINT_NATURAL,

  Pango::GRAVITY_HINT_STRONG,

  Pango::GRAVITY_HINT_LINE

}
 The Pango::GravityHint defines how horizontal scripts should behave in a vertical context. More...

 
enum  Pango::CoverageLevel {

  Pango::COVERAGE_NONE,

  Pango::COVERAGE_FALLBACK,

  Pango::COVERAGE_APPROXIMATE,

  Pango::COVERAGE_EXACT

}
 Used to indicate how well a font can represent a particular Unicode character point for a particular script. More...

 
enum  Pango::Style {

  Pango::STYLE_NORMAL,

  Pango::STYLE_OBLIQUE,

  Pango::STYLE_ITALIC

}
 An enumeration specifying the various slant styles possible for a font. More...

 
enum  Pango::Variant {

  Pango::VARIANT_NORMAL,

  Pango::VARIANT_SMALL_CAPS

}
 An enumeration specifying capitalization variant of the font. More...

 
enum  Pango::Stretch {

  Pango::STRETCH_ULTRA_CONDENSED,

  Pango::STRETCH_EXTRA_CONDENSED,

  Pango::STRETCH_CONDENSED,

  Pango::STRETCH_SEMI_CONDENSED,

  Pango::STRETCH_NORMAL,

  Pango::STRETCH_SEMI_EXPANDED,

  Pango::STRETCH_EXPANDED,

  Pango::STRETCH_EXTRA_EXPANDED,

  Pango::STRETCH_ULTRA_EXPANDED

}
 An enumeration specifying the width of the font relative to other designs within a family. More...

 
enum  Pango::Weight {

  Pango::WEIGHT_THIN = 100,

  Pango::WEIGHT_ULTRALIGHT = 200,

  Pango::WEIGHT_LIGHT = 300,

  Pango::WEIGHT_SEMILIGHT = 350,

  Pango::WEIGHT_BOOK = 380,

  Pango::WEIGHT_NORMAL = 400,

  Pango::WEIGHT_MEDIUM = 500,

  Pango::WEIGHT_SEMIBOLD = 600,

  Pango::WEIGHT_BOLD = 700,

  Pango::WEIGHT_ULTRABOLD = 800,

  Pango::WEIGHT_HEAVY = 900,

  Pango::WEIGHT_ULTRAHEAVY = 1000

}
 An enumeration specifying the weight (boldness) of a font. More...

 
enum  Pango::FontMask {

  Pango::FONT_MASK_FAMILY = 1 << 0,

  Pango::FONT_MASK_STYLE = 1 << 1,

  Pango::FONT_MASK_VARIANT = 1 << 2,

  Pango::FONT_MASK_WEIGHT = 1 << 3,

  Pango::FONT_MASK_STRETCH = 1 << 4,

  Pango::FONT_MASK_SIZE = 1 << 5,

  Pango::FONT_MASK_GRAVITY = 1 << 6

}
 The bits in a Pango::FontMask correspond to fields in a Pango::FontDescription that have been set. More...

 
enum  Pango::Gravity {

  Pango::GRAVITY_SOUTH,

  Pango::GRAVITY_EAST,

  Pango::GRAVITY_NORTH,

  Pango::GRAVITY_WEST,

  Pango::GRAVITY_AUTO

}
 The Pango::Gravity type represents the orientation of glyphs in a segment of text. More...

 
enum  Pango::Script {

  Pango::SCRIPT_INVALID_CODE = -1,

  Pango::SCRIPT_COMMON,

  Pango::SCRIPT_INHERITED,

  Pango::SCRIPT_ARABIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_ARMENIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_BENGALI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_BOPOMOFO,

  Pango::SCRIPT_CHEROKEE,

  Pango::SCRIPT_COPTIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_CYRILLIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_DESERET,

  Pango::SCRIPT_DEVANAGARI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_ETHIOPIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_GEORGIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_GOTHIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_GREEK,

  Pango::SCRIPT_GUJARATI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_GURMUKHI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_HAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_HANGUL,

  Pango::SCRIPT_HEBREW,

  Pango::SCRIPT_HIRAGANA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_KANNADA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_KATAKANA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_KHMER,

  Pango::SCRIPT_LAO,

  Pango::SCRIPT_LATIN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MALAYALAM,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MONGOLIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MYANMAR,

  Pango::SCRIPT_OGHAM,

  Pango::SCRIPT_OLD_ITALIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_ORIYA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_RUNIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_SINHALA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_SYRIAC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_TAMIL,

  Pango::SCRIPT_TELUGU,

  Pango::SCRIPT_THAANA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_THAI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_TIBETAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_CANADIAN_ABORIGINAL,

  Pango::SCRIPT_YI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_TAGALOG,

  Pango::SCRIPT_HANUNOO,

  Pango::SCRIPT_BUHID,

  Pango::SCRIPT_TAGBANWA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_BRAILLE,

  Pango::SCRIPT_CYPRIOT,

  Pango::SCRIPT_LIMBU,

  Pango::SCRIPT_OSMANYA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_SHAVIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_LINEAR_B,

  Pango::SCRIPT_TAI_LE,

  Pango::SCRIPT_UGARITIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_NEW_TAI_LUE,

  Pango::SCRIPT_BUGINESE,

  Pango::SCRIPT_GLAGOLITIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_TIFINAGH,

  Pango::SCRIPT_SYLOTI_NAGRI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_OLD_PERSIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_KHAROSHTHI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_UNKNOWN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_BALINESE,

  Pango::SCRIPT_CUNEIFORM,

  Pango::SCRIPT_PHOENICIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_PHAGS_PA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_NKO,

  Pango::SCRIPT_KAYAH_LI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_LEPCHA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_REJANG,

  Pango::SCRIPT_SUNDANESE,

  Pango::SCRIPT_SAURASHTRA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_CHAM,

  Pango::SCRIPT_OL_CHIKI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_VAI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_CARIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_LYCIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_LYDIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_BATAK,

  Pango::SCRIPT_BRAHMI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MANDAIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_CHAKMA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MEROITIC_CURSIVE,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MEROITIC_HIEROGLYPHS,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MIAO,

  Pango::SCRIPT_SHARADA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_SORA_SOMPENG,

  Pango::SCRIPT_TAKRI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_BASSA_VAH,

  Pango::SCRIPT_CAUCASIAN_ALBANIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_DUPLOYAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_ELBASAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_GRANTHA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_KHOJKI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_KHUDAWADI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_LINEAR_A,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MAHAJANI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MANICHAEAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MENDE_KIKAKUI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MODI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MRO,

  Pango::SCRIPT_NABATAEAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_OLD_NORTH_ARABIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_OLD_PERMIC,

  Pango::SCRIPT_PAHAWH_HMONG,

  Pango::SCRIPT_PALMYRENE,

  Pango::SCRIPT_PAU_CIN_HAU,

  Pango::SCRIPT_PSALTER_PAHLAVI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_SIDDHAM,

  Pango::SCRIPT_TIRHUTA,

  Pango::SCRIPT_WARANG_CITI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_AHOM,

  Pango::SCRIPT_ANATOLIAN_HIEROGLYPHS,

  Pango::SCRIPT_HATRAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_MULTANI,

  Pango::SCRIPT_OLD_HUNGARIAN,

  Pango::SCRIPT_SIGNWRITING

}
 The Pango::Script enumeration identifies different writing systems. More...

 
enum  Pango::Alignment {

  Pango::ALIGN_LEFT,

  Pango::ALIGN_CENTER,

  Pango::ALIGN_RIGHT

}
 A Pango::Alignment describes how to align the lines of a Pango::Layout within the available space. More...

 
enum  Pango::WrapMode {

  Pango::WRAP_WORD,

  Pango::WRAP_CHAR,

  Pango::WRAP_WORD_CHAR

}
 A Pango::WrapMode describes how to wrap the lines of a Pango::Layout to the desired width. More...

 
enum  Pango::EllipsizeMode {

  Pango::ELLIPSIZE_NONE,

  Pango::ELLIPSIZE_START,

  Pango::ELLIPSIZE_MIDDLE,

  Pango::ELLIPSIZE_END

}
 The Pango::EllipsizeMode type describes what sort of (if any) ellipsization should be applied to a line of text. More...

 
enum  Pango::RenderPart {

  Pango::RENDER_PART_FOREGROUND,

  Pango::RENDER_PART_BACKGROUND,

  Pango::RENDER_PART_UNDERLINE,

  Pango::RENDER_PART_STRIKETHROUGH

}
 Pango::RenderPart defines different items to render for such purposes as setting colors. More...

 
enum  Pango::TabAlign { Pango::TAB_LEFT }
 A Pango::TabAlign specifies where a tab stop appears relative to the text. More...

 

Functions

FontMask Pango::operator| (FontMask lhs, FontMask rhs)
 
FontMask Pango::operator& (FontMask lhs, FontMask rhs)
 
FontMask Pango::operator^ (FontMask lhs, FontMask rhs)
 
FontMask Pango::operator~ (FontMask flags)
 
FontMask& Pango::operator|= (FontMask& lhs, FontMask rhs)
 
FontMask& Pango::operator&= (FontMask& lhs, FontMask rhs)
 
FontMask& Pango::operator^= (FontMask& lhs, FontMask rhs)
 

Detailed Description

Enumeration Type Documentation

A Pango::Alignment describes how to align the lines of a Pango::Layout within the available space.

If the Pango::Layout is set to justify using Pango::Layout::set_justify(), this only has effect for partial lines.

Enumerator
ALIGN_LEFT 

Put all available space on the right.

ALIGN_CENTER 

Center the line within the available space.

ALIGN_RIGHT 

Put all available space on the left.

The Pango::AttrType distinguishes between different types of attributes.

Along with the predefined values, it is possible to allocate additional values for custom attributes using pango_attr_type_register(). The predefined values are given below. The type of structure used to store the attribute is listed in parentheses after the description.

Enumerator
ATTR_INVALID 

Pango::AttrType distinguishes between different types of attributes.

Along with the predefined values, it is possible to allocate additional values for custom attributes using Pango::Attribute::register_type(). The predefined values are given below.

Does not happen.

ATTR_LANGUAGE 

Language (Pango::AttrLanguage).

ATTR_FAMILY 

Font family name list (Pango::AttrString).

ATTR_STYLE 

Font slant style (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_WEIGHT 

Font weight (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_VARIANT 

Font variant (normal or small caps) (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_STRETCH 

Font stretch (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_SIZE 

Font size in points scaled by Pango::SCALE (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_FONT_DESC 

Font description (Pango::AttrFontDesc).

ATTR_FOREGROUND 

Foreground color (Pango::AttrColor).

ATTR_BACKGROUND 

Background color (Pango::AttrColor).

ATTR_UNDERLINE 

Whether the text has an underline (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_STRIKETHROUGH 

Whether the text is struck-through (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_RISE 

Baseline displacement (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_SHAPE 

Shape (Pango::AttrShape).

ATTR_SCALE 

Font size scale factor (Pango::AttrFloat).

ATTR_FALLBACK 

Whether fallback is enabled (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_LETTER_SPACING 

Letter spacing (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_UNDERLINE_COLOR 

Underline color (Pango::AttrColor).

ATTR_STRIKETHROUGH_COLOR 

Strikethrough color (Pango::AttrColor).

ATTR_ABSOLUTE_SIZE 

Font size in pixels scaled by Pango::SCALE (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_GRAVITY 

Base text gravity (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_GRAVITY_HINT 

Gravity hint (Pango::AttrInt).

ATTR_FONT_FEATURES 

OpenType font features (Pango::AttrString).

Since pangomm 1.38:
ATTR_FOREGROUND_ALPHA 

Foreground alpha (Pango::AttrInt).

Since pangomm 1.38:
ATTR_BACKGROUND_ALPHA 

Background alpha (Pango::AttrInt).

Since pangomm 1.38:

Used to indicate how well a font can represent a particular Unicode character point for a particular script.

Enumerator
COVERAGE_NONE 

The character is not representable with the font.

COVERAGE_FALLBACK 

The character is represented in a way that may be comprehensible but is not the correct graphical form.

For instance, a Hangul character represented as a a sequence of Jamos, or a Latin transliteration of a Cyrillic word.

COVERAGE_APPROXIMATE 

The character is represented as basically the correct graphical form, but with a stylistic variant inappropriate for the current script.

COVERAGE_EXACT 

The character is represented as the correct graphical form.

The Pango::Direction type represents a direction in the Unicode bidirectional algorithm; not every value in this enumeration makes sense for every usage of Pango::Direction; for example, the return value of pango_unichar_direction() and pango_find_base_dir() cannot be Pango::DIRECTION_WEAK_LTR or Pango::DIRECTION_WEAK_RTL, since every character is either neutral or has a strong direction; on the other hand Pango::DIRECTION_NEUTRAL doesn't make sense to pass to pango_itemize_with_base_dir().

The Pango::DIRECTION_TTB_LTR, Pango::DIRECTION_TTB_RTL values come from an earlier interpretation of this enumeration as the writing direction of a block of text and are no longer used; See Pango::Gravity for how vertical text is handled in Pango.

Enumerator
DIRECTION_LTR 

A strong left-to-right direction.

DIRECTION_RTL 

A strong right-to-left direction.

DIRECTION_TTB_LTR 

Deprecated value; treated the same as Pango::DIRECTION_RTL.

DIRECTION_TTB_RTL 

Deprecated value; treated the same as Pango::DIRECTION_LTR.

DIRECTION_WEAK_LTR 

A weak left-to-right direction.

DIRECTION_WEAK_RTL 

A weak right-to-left direction.

DIRECTION_NEUTRAL 

No direction specified.

The Pango::EllipsizeMode type describes what sort of (if any) ellipsization should be applied to a line of text.

In the ellipsization process characters are removed from the text in order to make it fit to a given width and replaced with an ellipsis.

Enumerator
ELLIPSIZE_NONE 

No ellipsization.

ELLIPSIZE_START 

Omit characters at the start of the text.

ELLIPSIZE_MIDDLE 

Omit characters in the middle of the text.

ELLIPSIZE_END 

Omit characters at the end of the text.

The bits in a Pango::FontMask correspond to fields in a Pango::FontDescription that have been set.

Bitwise operators:
FontMask operator|(FontMask, FontMask)

FontMask operator&(FontMask, FontMask)

FontMask operator^(FontMask, FontMask)

FontMask operator~(FontMask)

FontMask& operator|=(FontMask&, FontMask)

FontMask& operator&=(FontMask&, FontMask)

FontMask& operator^=(FontMask&, FontMask)

Enumerator
FONT_MASK_FAMILY 

The font family is specified.

FONT_MASK_STYLE 

The font style is specified.

FONT_MASK_VARIANT 

The font variant is specified.

FONT_MASK_WEIGHT 

The font weight is specified.

FONT_MASK_STRETCH 

The font stretch is specified.

FONT_MASK_SIZE 

The font size is specified.

FONT_MASK_GRAVITY 

The font gravity is specified (Since: 1.16.).

The Pango::Gravity type represents the orientation of glyphs in a segment of text.

This is useful when rendering vertical text layouts. In those situations, the layout is rotated using a non-identity PangoMatrix, and then glyph orientation is controlled using Pango::Gravity. Not every value in this enumeration makes sense for every usage of Pango::Gravity; for example, Pango::GRAVITY_AUTO only can be passed to Pango::Context::set_base_gravity() and can only be returned by Pango::Context::get_base_gravity().

See also: Pango::GravityHint

Since pangomm 1.16:
Enumerator
GRAVITY_SOUTH 

Glyphs stand upright (default).

GRAVITY_EAST 

Glyphs are rotated 90 degrees clockwise.

GRAVITY_NORTH 

Glyphs are upside-down.

GRAVITY_WEST 

Glyphs are rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise.

GRAVITY_AUTO 

Gravity is resolved from the context matrix.

The Pango::GravityHint defines how horizontal scripts should behave in a vertical context.

That is, English excerpt in a vertical paragraph for example.

See Pango::Gravity.

Since pangomm 1.16:
Enumerator
GRAVITY_HINT_NATURAL 

Scripts will take their natural gravity based on the base gravity and the script.

This is the default.

GRAVITY_HINT_STRONG 

Always use the base gravity set, regardless of the script.

GRAVITY_HINT_LINE 

For scripts not in their natural direction (eg.

Latin in East gravity), choose per-script gravity such that every script respects the line progression. This means, Latin and Arabic will take opposite gravities and both flow top-to-bottom for example.

Pango::RenderPart defines different items to render for such purposes as setting colors.

Since pangomm 1.8:
Enumerator
RENDER_PART_FOREGROUND 

The text itself.

RENDER_PART_BACKGROUND 

The area behind the text.

RENDER_PART_UNDERLINE 

Underlines.

RENDER_PART_STRIKETHROUGH 

Strikethrough lines.

The Pango::Script enumeration identifies different writing systems.

The values correspond to the names as defined in the Unicode standard. Note that new types may be added in the future. Applications should be ready to handle unknown values. This enumeration is interchangeable with UnicodeScript. See Unicode Standard Annex #24: Script names.

Enumerator
SCRIPT_INVALID_CODE 

A value never returned from pango_script_for_unichar().

SCRIPT_COMMON 

A character used by multiple different scripts.

SCRIPT_INHERITED 

A mark glyph that takes its script from the base glyph to which it is attached.

SCRIPT_ARABIC 

Arabic.

SCRIPT_ARMENIAN 

Armenian.

SCRIPT_BENGALI 

Bengali.

SCRIPT_BOPOMOFO 

Bopomofo.

SCRIPT_CHEROKEE 

Cherokee.

SCRIPT_COPTIC 

Coptic.

SCRIPT_CYRILLIC 

Cyrillic.

SCRIPT_DESERET 

Deseret.

SCRIPT_DEVANAGARI 

Devanagari.

SCRIPT_ETHIOPIC 

Ethiopic.

SCRIPT_GEORGIAN 

Georgian.

SCRIPT_GOTHIC 

Gothic.

SCRIPT_GREEK 

Greek.

SCRIPT_GUJARATI 

Gujarati.

SCRIPT_GURMUKHI 

Gurmukhi.

SCRIPT_HAN 

Han.

SCRIPT_HANGUL 

Hangul.

SCRIPT_HEBREW 

Hebrew.

SCRIPT_HIRAGANA 

Hiragana.

SCRIPT_KANNADA 

Kannada.

SCRIPT_KATAKANA 

Katakana.

SCRIPT_KHMER 

Khmer.

SCRIPT_LAO 

Lao.

SCRIPT_LATIN 

Latin.

SCRIPT_MALAYALAM 

Malayalam.

SCRIPT_MONGOLIAN 

Mongolian.

SCRIPT_MYANMAR 

Myanmar.

SCRIPT_OGHAM 

Ogham.

SCRIPT_OLD_ITALIC 

Old Italic.

SCRIPT_ORIYA 

Oriya.

SCRIPT_RUNIC 

Runic.

SCRIPT_SINHALA 

Sinhala.

SCRIPT_SYRIAC 

Syriac.

SCRIPT_TAMIL 

Tamil.

SCRIPT_TELUGU 

Telugu.

SCRIPT_THAANA 

Thaana.

SCRIPT_THAI 

Thai.

SCRIPT_TIBETAN 

Tibetan.

SCRIPT_CANADIAN_ABORIGINAL 

Canadian Aboriginal.

SCRIPT_YI 

Yi.

SCRIPT_TAGALOG 

Tagalog.

SCRIPT_HANUNOO 

Hanunoo.

SCRIPT_BUHID 

Buhid.

SCRIPT_TAGBANWA 

Tagbanwa.

SCRIPT_BRAILLE 

Braille.

SCRIPT_CYPRIOT 

Cypriot.

SCRIPT_LIMBU 

Limbu.

SCRIPT_OSMANYA 

Osmanya.

SCRIPT_SHAVIAN 

Shavian.

SCRIPT_LINEAR_B 

Linear B.

SCRIPT_TAI_LE 

Tai Le.

SCRIPT_UGARITIC 

Ugaritic.

SCRIPT_NEW_TAI_LUE 

New Tai Lue.

Since pangomm 1.10:
SCRIPT_BUGINESE 

Buginese.

Since pangomm 1.10:
SCRIPT_GLAGOLITIC 

Glagolitic.

Since pangomm 1.10:
SCRIPT_TIFINAGH 

Tifinagh.

Since pangomm 1.10:
SCRIPT_SYLOTI_NAGRI 

Syloti Nagri.

Since pangomm 1.10:
SCRIPT_OLD_PERSIAN 

Old Persian.

Since pangomm 1.10:
SCRIPT_KHAROSHTHI 

Kharoshthi.

Since pangomm 1.10:
SCRIPT_UNKNOWN 

An unassigned code point.

Since pangomm 1.14:
SCRIPT_BALINESE 

Balinese.

Since pangomm 1.14:
SCRIPT_CUNEIFORM 

Cuneiform.

Since pangomm 1.14:
SCRIPT_PHOENICIAN 

Phoenician.

Since pangomm 1.14:
SCRIPT_PHAGS_PA 

Phags-pa.

Since pangomm 1.14:
SCRIPT_NKO 

N'Ko.

Since pangomm 1.14:
SCRIPT_KAYAH_LI 

Kayah Li.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_LEPCHA 

Lepcha.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_REJANG 

Rejang.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_SUNDANESE 

Sundanese.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_SAURASHTRA 

Saurashtra.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_CHAM 

Cham.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_OL_CHIKI 

Ol Chiki.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_VAI 

Vai.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_CARIAN 

Carian.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_LYCIAN 

Lycian.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_LYDIAN 

Lydian.

Since pangomm 1.20.1:
SCRIPT_BATAK 

Batak.

Since pangomm 1.32:
SCRIPT_BRAHMI 

Brahmi.

Since pangomm 1.32:
SCRIPT_MANDAIC 

Mandaic.

Since pangomm 1.32:
SCRIPT_CHAKMA 

Chakma.

Since pangomm 1.32:
SCRIPT_MEROITIC_CURSIVE 

Meroitic Cursive.

Since pangomm 1.32:
SCRIPT_MEROITIC_HIEROGLYPHS 

Meroitic Hieroglyphs.

Since pangomm 1.32:
SCRIPT_MIAO 

Miao.

Since pangomm 1.32:
SCRIPT_SHARADA 

Sharada.

Since pangomm 1.32:
SCRIPT_SORA_SOMPENG 

Sora Sompeng.

Since pangomm 1.32:
SCRIPT_TAKRI 

Takri.

Since pangomm 1.32:
SCRIPT_BASSA_VAH 

Bassa.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_CAUCASIAN_ALBANIAN 

Caucasian Albanian.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_DUPLOYAN 

Duployan.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_ELBASAN 

Elbasan.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_GRANTHA 

Grantha.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_KHOJKI 

Kjohki.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_KHUDAWADI 

Khudawadi, Sindhi.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_LINEAR_A 

Linear A.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_MAHAJANI 

Mahajani.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_MANICHAEAN 

Manichaean.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_MENDE_KIKAKUI 

Mende Kikakui.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_MODI 

Modi.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_MRO 

Mro.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_NABATAEAN 

Nabataean.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_OLD_NORTH_ARABIAN 

Old North Arabian.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_OLD_PERMIC 

Old Permic.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_PAHAWH_HMONG 

Pahawh Hmong.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_PALMYRENE 

Palmyrene.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_PAU_CIN_HAU 

Pau Cin Hau.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_PSALTER_PAHLAVI 

Psalter Pahlavi.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_SIDDHAM 

Siddham.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_TIRHUTA 

Tirhuta.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_WARANG_CITI 

Warang Citi.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_AHOM 

Ahom.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_ANATOLIAN_HIEROGLYPHS 

Anatolian Hieroglyphs.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_HATRAN 

Hatran.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_MULTANI 

Multani.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_OLD_HUNGARIAN 

Old Hungarian.

Since pangomm 1.40:
SCRIPT_SIGNWRITING 

Signwriting.

Since pangomm 1.40:

An enumeration specifying the width of the font relative to other designs within a family.

Enumerator
STRETCH_ULTRA_CONDENSED 

Ultra condensed width.

STRETCH_EXTRA_CONDENSED 

Extra condensed width.

STRETCH_CONDENSED 

Condensed width.

STRETCH_SEMI_CONDENSED 

Semi condensed width.

STRETCH_NORMAL 

The normal width.

STRETCH_SEMI_EXPANDED 

Semi expanded width.

STRETCH_EXPANDED 

Expanded width.

STRETCH_EXTRA_EXPANDED 

Extra expanded width.

STRETCH_ULTRA_EXPANDED 

Ultra expanded width.

An enumeration specifying the various slant styles possible for a font.

Enumerator
STYLE_NORMAL 

The font is upright.

STYLE_OBLIQUE 

The font is slanted, but in a roman style.

STYLE_ITALIC 

The font is slanted in an italic style.

A Pango::TabAlign specifies where a tab stop appears relative to the text.

Enumerator
TAB_LEFT 

The tab stop appears to the left of the text.

The Pango::Underline enumeration is used to specify whether text should be underlined, and if so, the type of underlining.

Enumerator
UNDERLINE_NONE 

A Pango::Underline is used to specify whether text should be underlined, and if so, the type of underlining.

No underline should be drawn.

UNDERLINE_SINGLE 

A single underline should be drawn.

UNDERLINE_DOUBLE 

A double underline should be drawn.

UNDERLINE_LOW 

A single underline should be drawn at a position beneath the ink extents of the text being underlined.

This should be used only for underlining single characters, such as for keyboard accelerators. Pango::UNDERLINE_SINGLE should be used for extended portions of text.

UNDERLINE_ERROR 

A wavy underline should be drawn below.

This underline is typically used to indicate an error such as a possilble mispelling; in some cases a contrasting color may automatically be used. This type of underlining is available since Pango 1.4.

An enumeration specifying capitalization variant of the font.

Enumerator
VARIANT_NORMAL 

A normal font.

VARIANT_SMALL_CAPS 

A font with the lower case characters replaced by smaller variants of the capital characters.

An enumeration specifying the weight (boldness) of a font.

This is a numerical value ranging from 100 to 1000, but there are some predefined values:

Enumerator
WEIGHT_THIN 

The thin weight (= 100; Since: 1.24).

WEIGHT_ULTRALIGHT 

The ultralight weight (= 200).

WEIGHT_LIGHT 

The light weight (= 300).

WEIGHT_SEMILIGHT 

The semilight weight (= 350; Since: 1.36.7).

WEIGHT_BOOK 

The book weight (= 380; Since: 1.24).

WEIGHT_NORMAL 

The default weight (= 400).

WEIGHT_MEDIUM 

The normal weight (= 500; Since: 1.24).

WEIGHT_SEMIBOLD 

The semibold weight (= 600).

WEIGHT_BOLD 

The bold weight (= 700).

WEIGHT_ULTRABOLD 

The ultrabold weight (= 800).

WEIGHT_HEAVY 

The heavy weight (= 900).

WEIGHT_ULTRAHEAVY 

The ultraheavy weight (= 1000; Since: 1.24).

A Pango::WrapMode describes how to wrap the lines of a Pango::Layout to the desired width.

Enumerator
WRAP_WORD 

Wrap lines at word boundaries.

WRAP_CHAR 

Wrap lines at character boundaries.

WRAP_WORD_CHAR 

Wrap lines at word boundaries, but fall back to character boundaries if there is not enough space for a full word.

Function Documentation

FontMask Pango::operator& ( FontMask  lhs,
FontMask  rhs 
)
inline
FontMask& Pango::operator&= ( FontMask lhs,
FontMask  rhs 
)
inline
FontMask Pango::operator^ ( FontMask  lhs,
FontMask  rhs 
)
inline
FontMask& Pango::operator^= ( FontMask lhs,
FontMask  rhs 
)
inline
FontMask Pango::operator| ( FontMask  lhs,
FontMask  rhs 
)
inline
FontMask& Pango::operator|= ( FontMask lhs,
FontMask  rhs 
)
inline
FontMask Pango::operator~ ( FontMask  flags)
inline