> SDL: Support -uifont for using arbitrary TrueType fonts on Linux/BSD
> builds. This takes full pathname/filename to the font, and the name
> can have styles appended as in Windows: [ b ] for bold, [ i ] for italic,
> [ s ] for strikethrough, and [ u ] for underlined. Fonts are rendered at
> a size of 120 points and scaled down by the core, which looks superb
> on high-res displays. (Liberation Sans that comes with most recent
> distros looks really good). [R. Belmont]
> Warning: Linux/BSD builds now require SDL_ttf 2.x. On Fedora the
> required package names are "SDL_ttf" and "SDL_ttf-devel".
MAME's internal font is still included, right?
I don't want to end up running MAME and have it spit out Comic Sans MS one day.