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|description=This is a test case to check open type fonts compatibility with newly written Open Type Layout Shaper Harfbuzz-NG integrated with pango.
 
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# This is available with default installation
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# This is available with the default installation in F18 onwards
#* Check pango-1.31.1-1 above
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# Open [http://utrrs-utrrs.6923.rh-us-east-1.openshiftapps.com/ Unicode Text Rendering Reference System]
#* Manually install harfbuzz-0.9.4-1.fc18 from [http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=353510 Koji]
 
# Open http://utrrs-testing.rhcloud.com/
 
 
# Select the language and test it with the default font in Fedora.
 
# Select the language and test it with the default font in Fedora.
 
# If default font is other than available in UTRRS, change the fonts.
 
# If default font is other than available in UTRRS, change the fonts.

Latest revision as of 11:48, 13 March 2018

Description

This is a test case to check open type fonts compatibility with newly written Open Type Layout Shaper Harfbuzz-NG integrated with pango.


How to test

  1. This is available with the default installation in F18 onwards
  2. Open Unicode Text Rendering Reference System
  3. Select the language and test it with the default font in Fedora.
  4. If default font is other than available in UTRRS, change the fonts.
  5. check all the test cases against reference images.
  6. If any test cases failing check, gather it in reports.

Expected Results

  1. Output with the harfbuzz-ng should be same as reference image available in UTRRS