Source code for ttfquery.findsystem

"""Find system fonts (only works on Linux and Win32 at the moment)"""
import sys, os, glob, re

[docs]def win32FontDirectory( ): """Get User-specific font directory on Win32""" try: import _winreg except ImportError: return os.path.join(os.environ['WINDIR'], 'Fonts') else: k = _winreg.OpenKey( _winreg.HKEY_CURRENT_USER, r"Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders" ) try: # should check that k is valid? How? return _winreg.QueryValueEx( k, "Fonts" )[0] finally: _winreg.CloseKey( k )
[docs]def win32InstalledFonts( fontDirectory = None ): """Get list of explicitly *installed* font names""" import _winreg if fontDirectory is None: fontDirectory = win32FontDirectory() k = None items = {} for keyName in ( r"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Fonts", r"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Fonts", ): try: k = _winreg.OpenKey( _winreg.HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, keyName ) except OSError, err: pass if not k: # couldn't open either WinNT or Win98 key??? return glob.glob( os.path.join(fontDirectory, '*.ttf')) try: # should check that k is valid? How? for index in range( _winreg.QueryInfoKey(k)[1]): key,value,_ = _winreg.EnumValue( k, index ) if not os.path.dirname( value ): value = os.path.join( fontDirectory, value ) value = os.path.abspath( value ).lower() if value[-4:] == '.ttf': items[ value ] = 1 return items.keys() finally: _winreg.CloseKey( k )
[docs]def linuxFontDirectories( ): """Get system font directories on Linux/Unix Uses /usr/sbin/chkfontpath to get the list of system-font directories, note that many of these will *not* be truetype font directories. If /usr/sbin/chkfontpath isn't available, uses returns a set of common Linux/Unix paths """ executable = '/usr/sbin/chkfontpath' if os.path.isfile( executable ): data = os.popen( executable ).readlines() match = re.compile( '\d+: (.+)') set = [] for line in data: result = match.match( line ) if result: set.append( return set else: directories = [ # what seems to be the standard installation point "/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TTF/", # common application, not really useful "/usr/lib/openoffice/share/fonts/truetype/", # documented as a good place to install new fonts... "/usr/share/fonts", "/usr/local/share/fonts", # seems to be where fonts are installed for an individual user? "~/.fonts", # okay, now the OS X variants... "~/Library/Fonts/", "/Library/Fonts/", "/Network/Library/Fonts/", "/System/Library/Fonts/", "System Folder:Fonts:", ] set = [] def add( arg, directory, files): set.append( directory ) for directory in directories: directory = directory = os.path.expanduser( os.path.expandvars(directory)) try: if os.path.isdir( directory ): os.path.walk(directory, add, ()) except (IOError, OSError, TypeError, ValueError): pass return set
[docs]def findFonts(paths = None): """Find fonts in paths, or the system paths if not given XXX Doesn't current support OS-X system paths """ files = {} if paths is None: if sys.platform == 'win32': fontDirectory = win32FontDirectory() paths = [ fontDirectory, ] # now get all installed fonts directly... for f in win32InstalledFonts(fontDirectory): # yes, it's inefficient, the interface # for win32InstalledFonts really should be # using sets, not lists files[f] = 1 else: paths = linuxFontDirectories() elif isinstance( paths, (str, unicode)): paths = [paths] for path in paths: for file in glob.glob( os.path.join(path, '*.ttf')): files[os.path.abspath(file)] = 1 return files.keys()
if __name__ == "__main__": print 'linux font directories', linuxFontDirectories() print 'font names', findFonts()