Python API for evaluating glyph sets in font projects


This Python module provides an API with data about glyph sets for many different scripts and languages. This was crafted to specify the sets of characters that fonts in the Google Fonts collection are expected to provide glyphs for.

If you are a font developer or typeface designer, see the Lib/glyphsets/encodings/GF Glyph Sets subdirectory which provides glyph set definition "standards" that are typically useful sets to draw.

On the other hand, the "nam" files on the Lib/glyphsets/encodings directory are probably more useful for expert web developers. Those files explain how the Unicode Range subsets are defined, typically per script (writing system), in the Google Fonts css API. Python API for evaluating coverage of glyph sets in font projects.

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