bool imagepsencodefont(resource $font_index, string $encodingfile)
This function was REMOVED in PHP 7.0.0.
Loads a character encoding vector from a file and changes the fonts encoding vector to it. As a PostScript fonts default vector lacks most of the character positions above 127, you'll definitely want to change this if you use a language other than English.
If you find yourself using this function all the time, a much better way to define the encoding is to set ps.default_encoding in the configuration file to point to the right encoding file and all fonts you load will automatically have the right encoding.
TRUE on success or
FALSE on failure.
- resource $font_index: A font resource, returned by imagepsloadfont().
- string $encodingfile: The exact format of this file is described in T1libs documentation. T1lib comes with two ready-to-use files, IsoLatin1.enc and IsoLatin2.enc.
Example #1 imagepsencodefont() example
// Load a .pfb font file
$font = imagepsloadfont('./px3l.pfb');
// Tell T1lib to use ISO Latin 1 encoding
// Do any operations with the font here
// Free the font from memory
- This function is only available if PHP is compiled using --with-t1lib[=DIR] .
|7.0.0||T1Lib support was removed from PHP, thus this function was removed.|