move win32 font support in a new directory, and use Imager::Probe
[imager.git] / Makefile.PL
index 4f4df4cbb6c1100e0ca55b19ca6d21b0e0ceed36..46a1e0d3671c4c015c22689e3917d03134622b9d 100644 (file)
@@ -626,20 +626,20 @@ visual quality esp on low resultions. The freetype library is
 used to rasterize for us. The only drawback is that there
 are alot of badly designed fonts out there.}
                       };
-  $formats{'w32'} = {
-                    order=>40,
-                    def=>'HAVE_WIN32',
-                    inccheck=>sub { -e catfile($_[0], 'windows.h') },
-                    libcheck=>sub { lc $_[0] eq 'gdi32.lib' 
-                                      || lc $_[0] eq 'libgdi32.a' },
-                    libfiles=>$^O eq 'cygwin' ? '-lgdi32' : '',
-                    objfiles=>'win32.o',
-                    docs => <<DOCS
-Uses the Win32 GDI for rendering text.
-
-This currently only works on under normal Win32 and cygwin.
-DOCS
-                   };
+  $formats{'w32'} = {
+#                   order=>40,
+#                   def=>'HAVE_WIN32',
+#                   inccheck=>sub { -e catfile($_[0], 'windows.h') },
+#                   libcheck=>sub { lc $_[0] eq 'gdi32.lib' 
+#                                     || lc $_[0] eq 'libgdi32.a' },
+#                   libfiles=>$^O eq 'cygwin' ? '-lgdi32' : '',
+#                   objfiles=>'win32.o',
+#                   docs => <<DOCS
+Uses the Win32 GDI for rendering text.
+
+This currently only works on under normal Win32 and cygwin.
+DOCS
+#                  };
   $formats{'freetype2'} = 
   {
    order=>'29',