Re: Japanese Display for gtk+-1.2.9
- From: Xyber Blue <xyberblue gmail com>
- To: "mpsuzuki hiroshima-u ac jp" <mpsuzuki hiroshima-u ac jp>
- Cc: lmczars yahoo com, gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Japanese Display for gtk+-1.2.9
- Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2005 14:11:15 +0800
Ok. Thanks for the info Mr. Suzuki...
BTW, the X Window that we are use is the tiny X server for embedded systems.
We only noticed this now because we are not the one doing the X window
port for FRV, Im very sorry for this. We used the XFree86-4.3.0 package
and it has been built with "-DNO_LOCALE -DX_LOCALE" standard defines.
>>Why your X11 is built with -DX_LOCALE? I don't know.
>>I'm afraid the imake configuration files in xc/config/cf
>>doesn't know about FR-V processor, so configuration is
>>falled back into ancient Linux in libc5 era: whose locale
>>is broken and X_LOCALE is required for CJK.
On 11/7/05, mpsuzuki hiroshima-u ac jp
mpsuzuki hiroshima-u ac jp> wrote:
On Mon, 7 Nov 2005 18:12:44 +0800
Xyber Blue <
xyberblue gmail com> wrote:
>The only problem we've got here is that it will not convert english text to
>japanese text like what we see at the testfont selector.
>Currently, we found out that our system doesn't have gettext. Is there any
>relation between the conversion of english text to japanese text on its
>widgets and the GNU gettext???
Japanese messages on widgets are extracted from GNU gettext
message catalogues. glibc-2.2.x and later have internal
gettext. But you use X_LOCALE, it won't be initialized
correctly and fallback into LANG=C mode. Even if you install
GNU gettext package separately, gettext in libc will be used
(because gtk+ configure has no option to specify which gettext
should be used).
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