[16:48:53] <terseus> also, as a side note, I noted that all the polygon functions (8, 32 and 32argb) have the same logic, only the calls to the hline functions change
[16:50:24] <terseus> my idea is, first refactor them so all share the same code base, probably creating a function polygon_generic that have the logic and gets a pointer to a function with the same signature as hline
[16:50:34] <wiredfool> feel free to refactor/dedup
[16:50:44] <wiredfool> I suspect you'll find the same thing in line
[16:50:56] <wiredfool> as it only varies by point function
[16:54:09] <terseus> then, will take a look at line functions
[17:00:38] <wiredfool> good luck, write when you find good test results
[17:00:48] <wiredfool> and if you need help, I lurk
[18:00:13] <tomswirly> Good day, all. I'm attempting to simply create an ImageFont of a given height, but I am getting poor results. The following gist has an example: https://gist.github.com/rec/9299379
[18:00:33] <tomswirly> I wasn't able to find any font where the "advertised" height was the same as the "actual" height, in fact!
[18:26:31] <tomswirly> and probably too hard for other bathroom paper uses.
[18:26:44] <wiredfool> yeah. recycled grey office paper
[18:27:48] <tomswirly> all right, I think I have a handle on this problem now. I'm going to keep my .ttf code with all the tweaks and add a separate .pcf handler, which will probably give better results.
[18:28:49] <tomswirly> have a great day, and keep your caffeine level up! :-)