Re: Welcome to the "gtk-list" mailing list


We are now starting work on the PAN Localistaion project, whilst we have found some excellent information on what needs to be done, were are still a little unsure about the route to take. So I am hoping that you will be able to save us the trouble of reinventing the wheel and provide us with either some specific information or the details of someone who knows what needs to be done.

In particular we need to know the following:

1. Which files need to be changed to set up the XKB files? I'm assuming that it will be necessary to establish an XKB file that allows the hot swapping between Latin and Dzongkha. 2. Will the fonts designed for Windows need to be modified in any way or will they work without any modification in Linux? If modification is required then how is this done and what needs
      to be done?
3. What is the best way to start work on modifying the Pango
      rendering program?
Does anyone have links with the group who are working on this? 4. Where in the source code do we find the normalistaion and sorting
We've read through the Unicode documents but would feel more
      comfortable looking at some concrete examples.

Many thanks,


On Sun, 21 Mar 2004 09:03:06 -0500
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