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|Original author(s)||Keith Packard|
|Stable release||2.3.2 / June 5, 2012|
For the U.S. Navy fighter aircraft, see Northrop XFT.
It is designed to allow the FreeType rasterizer to be used with the X Rendering Extension; it is generally employed to use FreeType's anti-aliased fonts with the X Window System. Xft also depends on fontconfig for access to the system fonts.
- Keith Packard (2001-11-08). "The Xft Font Library: Architecture and Users Guide". Proceedings of the 5th annual conference on Linux Showcase & Conference 5.
- Roderick W. Smith. Linux in a Windows World. O'Reilly. p. 458.
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