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-README for the builds/amiga subdirectory.
-Copyright 2005 by
-Werner Lemberg and Detlef Würkner.
-This file is part of the FreeType project, and may only be used, modified,
-and distributed under the terms of the FreeType project license,
-LICENSE.TXT. By continuing to use, modify, or distribute this file you
-indicate that you have read the license and understand and accept it
-The makefile.os4 is for the AmigaOS4 SDK. To use it, type
-"make -f makefile.os4", it produces a link library libft2_ppc.a.
-The makefile is for ppc-morphos-gcc-2.95.3-bin.tgz (gcc 2.95.3 hosted on
-68k-Amiga producing MorphOS-PPC-binaries from
-To use it, type "make assign", then "make"; it produces a link library
-The smakefile is a makefile for Amiga SAS/C 6.58 (no longer available,
-latest sold version was 6.50, updates can be found in Aminet). It is
-based on the version found in the sourcecode of ttf.library 0.83b for
-FreeType 1.3.1 from Richard Griffith (,
-You will also need the latest include files and amiga.lib from the
-Amiga web site ( for
-AmigaOS 3.9; the generated code should work under AmigaOS 2.04 and up.
-To use it, call "smake assign" and then "smake" from the builds/amiga
-directory. The results are:
-- A link library "ft2_680x0.lib" (where x depends on the setting of
- the CPU entry in the smakefile) containing all FreeType2 parts
- except of the init code, debugging code, and the system interface
- code.
-- ftsystem.o, an object module containing the standard version of the
- system interface code which uses fopen() fclose() fread() fseek()
- ftell() malloc() realloc() and free() from lib:sc.lib (not pure).
-- ftsystempure.o, an object module containing the pure version of the
- system interface code which uses Open() Close() Read() Seek()
- ExamineFH() AsmAllocPooled() AsmFreePooled() etc. This version can
- be used in both normal programs and in Amiga run-time shared system
- librarys (can be linked with lib:libinit.o, no copying of DATA and
- BSS hunks for each OpenLibrary() necessary). Source code is in
- src/base/ftsystem.c.
-- ftdebug.o, an object module containing the standard version of the
- debugging code which uses vprintf() and exit() (not pure).
- Debugging can be turned on in FT:include/freetype/config/ftoption.h
- and with FT_SetTraceLevel().
-- ftdebugpure.o, an object module containing the pure version of the
- debugging code which uses KVPrintf() from lib:debug.lib and no
- exit(). For debugging of Amiga run-time shared system libraries.
- Source code is in src/base/ftdebug.c.
-- NO ftinit.o. Because linking with a link library should result in
- linking only the needed object modules in it, but standard
- ftsystem.o would force ALL FreeType2 modules to be linked to your
- program, I decided to use a different scheme: You must #include
- FT:src/base/ftinit.c in your sourcecode and specify with #define
- statements which modules you need. See
- include/freetype/config/ftmodule.h.
-To use in your own programs:
-- Insert the #define and #include statements from top of
- include/freetype/config/ftmodule.h in your source code and uncomment
- the #define statements for the FreeType2 modules you need.
- calling the FreeType2 functions, because the link library and the
- object files are compiled with PARAMETERS=BOTH.
-- "smake assign" (assign "FT:" to the FreeType2 main directory).
-- Compile your program.
-- Link with either ftsystem.o or ftsystempure.o, if debugging enabled
- with either ftdebug.o or (ftdebugpure.o and lib:debug.lib), and with
- ft2_680x0.lib as link library.
-To adapt to other compilers:
-- The standard ANSI C maximum length of 31 significant characters in
- identifiers is not enough for FreeType2. Check if your compiler has
- a minimum length of 40 significant characters or can be switched to
- it. "idlen=40" is the option for SAS/C. Setting #define
- HAVE_LIMIT_ON_IDENTS in an include file may also work (not tested).
-- Make sure that the include directory in builds/amiga is searched
- before the normal FreeType2 include directory, so you are able to
- replace problematic include files with your own version (same may be
- useful for the src directory).
-- An example of how to replace/workaround a problematic include file
- is include/config/ftconfig.h; it changes a #define that would
- prevent SAS/C from generating XDEF's where it should do that and
- then includes the standard FreeType2 include file.
-Local Variables:
-coding: latin-1