Looks fine.
I am not only sure about the difference in the variable names: "name" VS "face".

On 16.10.16 22:02, Vadim Pakhnushev wrote:
I guess you could reorder the calls for CFRelease(font); and
CFRelease(desc); so the desc gets released first in two locations under
family == NULL and name == NULL.
Just for the sake of consistency.
Other than that, +1.


On 16.10.2016 19:09, Philip Race wrote:
Anyone ? I'd like to get this backported to 8u this week so it
can the 8u122 release which will enter RDP2 soon


Although I have failed to find any email documenting the exact date
the freeze is usually a week earlier than the RDP date so it could
be as early as a week from now ..


On 10/12/16, 1:06 PM, Philip Race wrote:
Bug: https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8089573
Webrev : http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~prr/8089573/

See the bug for some images showing the problem of scrambled text
when printing.

Although only
JavaFX is affected the solution is entirely on the JDK side.

JavaFX looks up some UI "system" fonts via special API calls and
these are fonts
that are not otherwise enumerated by CoreText.
JavaFX expects JDK to be able to access these fonts but it cannot.
We need to make the same API calls on JDK.
The exact fonts returned vary by MacOS release so it seems hard to
create a JDK regression
test but on the FX side it is seen instantly if you print a UI
control as the text is messed up
due to incorrect glyph ids.

I intend to backport this to 8u and I've verified this does fix it on
8u too ..

Also both 8 & 9 build successfully with JPRT.


Best regards, Sergey.

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