|QGlyphRun(const QGlyphRun & other)|
|void||setGlyphIndexes(const QVector<quint32> & glyphIndexes)|
|void||setPositions(const QVector<QPointF> & positions)|
|void||setRawData(const quint32 * glyphIndexArray, const QPointF * glyphPositionArray, int size)|
|void||setRawFont(const QRawFont & rawFont)|
|bool||operator!=(const QGlyphRun & other) const|
|QGlyphRun &||operator=(const QGlyphRun & other)|
|bool||operator==(const QGlyphRun & other) const|
The QGlyphRun class provides direct access to the internal glyphs in a font.
When Qt displays a string of text encoded in Unicode, it will first convert the Unicode points into a list of glyph indexes and a list of positions based on one or more fonts. The Unicode representation of the text and the QFont object will in this case serve as a convenient abstraction that hides the details of what actually takes place when displaying the text on-screen. For instance, by the time the text actually reaches the screen, it may be represented by a set of fonts in addition to the one specified by the user, e.g. in case the originally selected font did not support all the writing systems contained in the text.
Under certain circumstances, it can be useful as an application developer to have more low-level control over which glyphs in a specific font are drawn to the screen. This could for instance be the case in applications that use an external font engine and text shaper together with Qt. QGlyphRun provides an interface to the raw data needed to get text on the screen. It contains a list of glyph indexes, a position for each glyph and a font.
It is the user's responsibility to ensure that the selected font actually contains the provided glyph indexes.
Note: Please note that QRawFont is considered local to the thread in which it is constructed. This in turn means that a new QRawFont will have to be created and set on the QGlyphRun if it is moved to a different thread. If the QGlyphRun contains a reference to a QRawFont from a different thread than the current, it will not be possible to draw the glyphs using a QPainter, as the QRawFont is considered invalid and inaccessible in this case.
Member Function Documentation
Constructs an empty QGlyphRun object.
QGlyphRun::QGlyphRun(const QGlyphRun & other)
Constructs a QGlyphRun object which is a copy of other.
Destroys the QGlyphRun.
Clears all data in the QGlyphRun object.
Returns the glyph indexes for this QGlyphRun object.
Returns true if this QGlyphRun should be painted with an overline decoration.
See also setOverline().
Returns the position of the edge of the baseline for each glyph in this set of glyph indexes.
See also setPositions().
QRawFont QGlyphRun::rawFont() const
Returns the font selected for this QGlyphRun object.
See also setRawFont().
Set the glyph indexes for this QGlyphRun object to glyphIndexes. The glyph indexes must be valid for the selected font.
See also glyphIndexes().
See also overline().
Sets the positions of the edge of the baseline for each glyph in this set of glyph indexes to positions.
See also positions().
void QGlyphRun::setRawData(const quint32 * glyphIndexArray, const QPointF * glyphPositionArray, int size)
Sets the glyph indexes and positions of this QGlyphRun to use the first size elements in the arrays glyphIndexArray and glyphPositionArray. The data is not copied. The caller must guarantee that the arrays are not deleted as long as this QGlyphRun and any copies of it exists.
void QGlyphRun::setRawFont(const QRawFont & rawFont)
Sets the font specified by rawFont to be the font used to look up the glyph indexes.
See also strikeOut().
See also underline().
Returns true if this QGlyphRun should be painted with a strike out decoration.
See also setStrikeOut().
Returns true if this QGlyphRun should be painted with an underline decoration.
See also setUnderline().
bool QGlyphRun::operator!=(const QGlyphRun & other) const
Compares other to this QGlyphRun object. Returns true if any of the list of glyph indexes, the list of positions or the font are different, otherwise returns false.
Assigns other to this QGlyphRun object.
bool QGlyphRun::operator==(const QGlyphRun & other) const
Compares other to this QGlyphRun object. Returns true if the list of glyph indexes, the list of positions and the font are all equal, otherwise returns false.
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