To be able to use freetype python, you need the freetype library version 2 installed on your system.
You need to have the Freetype library installed on your system to be able to use the freetype python bindings.
If you don’t compile the Freetype library yourself, chances are subpixel anti-aliasing will be disabled due to patent problems. Have a look at Freetype FAQ to know how to enable it.
Freetype should be already installed on your system. If not, either install it using homebrew or compile it and place the library binary file in ‘/usr/local/lib’.
Freetype should be already installed on your system. If not, either install relevant package from your package manager or compile from sources and place the library binary file in ‘/usr/local/lib’.
You can try to install a window binaries available from the Freetype site or you can compile it from sources. In such a case, make sure the resulting library binaries is named ‘Freetype.dll’ (and not something like Freetype245.dll) and make sure to place a copy in Windows/System32 directory.
The easiest way to install freetype-pu is to use pip:
pip install freetype-py
Or you can get the latest version from git and install yourself:
git clone https://github.com/rougier/freetype-py.git cd freetype-py python setup.py install