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FcConfigFilename

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Updated: 16 April 2007
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NAME

FcConfigFilename - Find a config file  

SYNOPSIS

#include <fontconfig.h>

char * FcConfigFilename (const char *name);  

DESCRIPTION

Given the specified external entity name, return the associated filename. This provides applications a way to convert various configuration file references into filename form.

A null or empty name indicates that the default configuration file should be used; which file this references can be overridden with the FC_CONFIG_FILE environment variable. Next, if the name starts with ~, it refers to a file in the current users home directory. Otherwise if the name doesn't start with '/', it refers to a file in the default configuration directory; the built-in default directory can be overridden with the FC_CONFIG_DIR environment variable.  

VERSION

Fontconfig version 2.4.2


 

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