Re: Indic script support in cross-compilation environment

On Tue, 2007-09-11 at 19:37 +0530, Harsh Ketkar wrote:
> Hi,
> I have compiled cairo and pango with X-libraries disabled and DirectFB
> enabled. I am using gtk+ with DirectFB. I want to enable devanagri
> fonts. I have written a look-up table, in which a certain keypress
> gives a devnagari character, and so on. However, when I type in the
> gtk+ text area in the application, I get boxes. Not the empty ones;
> they have four small symbols in them. 
> I copied the requisite devanagari fonts(Akshar.ttf,  samanata.ttf,
> AksharYogini.ttf, RKJanaHindi.TTF, kalimati.ttf, DVBOTSRN.ttf,
> chandas1-2.ttf, nakula.ttf, Gargi_1.7.ttf, sahadeva.ttf)
> into /usr/local/share/fonts and did a fc-cache. The problem still
> persists.  I think this should have sufficed. Is anything else
> needed? 

What if you put them in /usr/share/fonts or ~/.fonts/ ?

> Help, please.
> Cheers,
> Harshvardhan 
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