Trait pango::prelude::FontFamilyExt[][src]

pub trait FontFamilyExt: 'static {
    fn face(&self, name: Option<&str>) -> Option<FontFace>;
fn name(&self) -> Option<GString>;
fn is_monospace(&self) -> bool;
fn is_variable(&self) -> bool;
fn list_faces(&self) -> Vec<FontFace>; }
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Trait containing all FontFamily methods.



Required methods

This is supported on crate feature v1_46 only.

Gets the FontFace of self with the given name.


the name of a face. If the name is None, the family’s default face (fontconfig calls it “Regular”) will be returned.


the FontFace, or None if no face with the given name exists.

Gets the name of the family. The name is unique among all fonts for the font backend and can be used in a FontDescription to specify that a face from this family is desired.


the name of the family. This string is owned by the family object and must not be modified or freed.

A monospace font is a font designed for text display where the the characters form a regular grid. For Western languages this would mean that the advance width of all characters are the same, but this categorization also includes Asian fonts which include double-width characters: characters that occupy two grid cells. g_unichar_iswide() returns a result that indicates whether a character is typically double-width in a monospace font.

The best way to find out the grid-cell size is to call FontMetrics::approximate_digit_width(), since the results of FontMetrics::approximate_char_width() may be affected by double-width characters.


true if the family is monospace.

This is supported on crate feature v1_44 only.

A variable font is a font which has axes that can be modified to produce different faces.


true if the family is variable

Lists the different font faces that make up self. The faces in a family share a common design, but differ in slant, weight, width and other aspects.



location to store an array of pointers to FontFace objects, or None. This array should be freed with g_free() when it is no longer needed.