So, I managed to compile this library. It's public domain, so, it's just AWESOME. Works pretty fast.
There are two examples (both statically-linked now):
letter.kex draws letter "Я", you can scale it as you wish
string.kex draws "Hello world" string (or anything else you pass to it through command line).
String.kex doesn't support very long strings (you'll see something weird
just as planned), as well as russian letters (because I must add my UTF16 converter to it and make few little fixes). Also, you can't scale label yet UPD:
St.kex is fixed string.kex, which support russian letters (I added dos2utf, which created for my own library).
I think, I can make COFF (standard Kolibri) library for handling TrueType (based on this library) in a few hours. Resulted binary should be about 10 Kb (I checked size already).
So, dear community, I need help with shared named memory, to store "system" TTF in it (it should save A LOT of RAM).