Created attachment 198046 [details]
First of the Source Han Serif family. Passed `portlint -A` and other tests mentioned in the Porter's Handbook.
Created attachment 198388 [details]
Address minor issues found following the Chinese variants.
A commit references this bug:
Date: Thu Feb 28 17:12:49 UTC 2019
New revision: 494165
New port: korean/sourcehanserif-otf: Korean font by Adobe designed for user interfaces
Source Han Serif: The second Pan-CJK typeface family from Adobe
This is Source Han Serif K/KR, which supports all four variants in this family
but prioritizes Korean Hanja over other three.
"Source Han Serif supports four different East Asian languages---Simplified
Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese, and Korean---and the 65,535 glyphs in
each of its seven weights are designed to work together with a consistent design
that emphasizes shared elements between the languages while honoring the
diversity of each. Also included is a rich set of Western glyphs supporting the
Latin, Greek, and Cyrillic scripts, which were derived from Source Serif."
--- The Typekit, Adobe
Submitted by: Hyun Hwang <email@example.com>
Approved by: miwi (mentor)
Differential Revision: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D19381
Committed, thank you for your contribution! All four of the Source-Han-Serif are now available in the ports tree.
I removed two variables (FONTTYPE and FONTFORMAT), that were not used in the ports framework and did a minor fix to simplify the handling of the options though it was a nice hackery in the original patch. ;-)
Beside that the patches were well prepared, keep it up!