- From: Theppitak Karoonboonyanan <thep linux thai net>
- To: gtk-i18n-list gnome org
- Subject: Multi-pass GSUB?
- Date: Wed, 29 Sep 2004 13:06:24 +0700
While testing my patch for Bug #153927 that proposes to disable hard-coded
PUA substitution in Pango Thai module in favor of GPOS/GSUB tables if
available, I find some sequences of GSUB rules are incompletely applied.
They are rules for the combinations of tone marks and SARA AM (U+0E33),
which require rules like this:
A -> a1 a2 // decomposition
T a1 -> a1 T // reordering with chain contextual subst.
so that a string "TA" is to be processed like this:
T A -> T a1 a2 -> a1 T b2
But what is actually done is just:
T A -> T a1 a2
The next step seems to require either:
a) pango_ot_ruleset_substitute() be able to move back to previous
position (which is not the case for now), or
b) pango_ot_ruleset_substitute() be called twice for multi-pass
So, I would like to consult which one is the intended choice for the
function call, so I'll revise my patch accordingly.
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