LONG flags );
Fill the supplied buffer with info about the available fonts.
The buffer will after function execution first contains a
struct AvailFontsHeader, and then an array of struct AvailFonts
element (or TAvailFonts elements if AFF_TAGGED is specified in the
flags parameter). If the buffer is not big enough for the
descriptions than the additional length needed will be returned.
buffer - pointer to a buffer in which the font descriptions
should be placed.
bufBytes - size of the supplied buffer.
flags - flags telling what kind of fonts to load,
for example AFF_TAGGED for tagged fonts also,
AFF_MEMORY for fonts in memory, AFF_DISK for fonts
shortage - 0 if buffer was big enough or a number telling
how much additional place is needed.
If the routine failes, then the afh_Numentries field
in the AvailFontsHeader will be 0.
struct FontContentsHeader * NewFontContents(
STRPTR fontName );
Create an array of FontContents entries describing the fonts related
with 'fontName' -- this is those in the directory with the same name
as 'fontName' without the ".font" suffix.
fontsLock -- A lock on the FONTS: directory or another directory
containing the font file and associated directory
fontName -- The font name (with the ".font" suffix).
Pointer to a struct FontContentsHeader describing the font or NULL
if something went wrong.
struct TextFont * OpenDiskFont(
struct TextAttr * textAttr );
Tries to open the font specified by textAttr. If the font has allready
been loaded into memory, it will be opened with OpenFont(). Otherwise
OpenDiskFont() will try to load it from disk.
textAttr - Description of the font to load. If the textAttr->ta_Style
FSF_TAGGED bit is set, it will be treated as a struct TTextAttr.
Pointer to a struct TextFont on success, 0 on failure.