Re: Howto for using Hebrew with Pango
- From: Tzafrir Cohen <tzafrir technion ac il>
- To: Ivrix Discussions <ivrix-discuss ivrix org il>
- Cc: <gtk-i18n-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Howto for using Hebrew with Pango
- Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 09:37:17 +0300 (IDT)
On Mon, 10 Sep 2001 dov imagic weizmann ac il wrote:
> I have put up an "How-To document" about what you need to do in order
> to get Hebrew running with vowel marks (nikud) under gtk+-1.3.7. The
> document may be found at:
A couple of comments
1. The patch: I haven't followed the discussion on gtk-i18n at the time.
Hasn't Dov's patch been accepted?
I believe that some versions of ttfmkdir already recognise iso-10646-1 .
Anyway, a quick hack here is:
ttmkfdir |sed -e 's/$UNNEEDED_CHARSET/iso-10646-1/' >fonts.dir
where $UNNEEDED_CHARSET can be 'dosencoding-cp437', 'microsoft-cp1251' or
whatever encoding you hope you won't need.
This doesn't change the number of lines in the produced fonts.dir, and
thus it doesn't break fonts.dir 's syntax. Validating that the font is
indeed iso-10646-1 is left for the human operator.
3. (For ivrix people) Are you satisfied with this keyboard layout
(assuming it is optional)? Anything missing from it? Maybe rearange the
4. Once the fonts server has re-read its config it is safer to run 'xset
fp rehash' (unless you only added fonts)
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