Re: Japanese Display for gtk+-1.2.9
- From: Xyber Blue <xyberblue gmail com>
- To: Tor Lillqvist <tml iki fi>
- Cc: gtk-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Japanese Display for gtk+-1.2.9
- Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2005 14:59:17 +0800
Currently, our project is embedded Linux systems running on Fujitsu
FR-V target board. Meaning, this Linux and its applications are being
cross compiled so that the executables can be run on the target
Our X-Window Server is cross compiled and being fitted for the target.
So meaning, not all executables and utilities from X are being build.
That's why xlsfonts doesn't exists in our system.
The bad experience here is that, X-Window is already packed as a
binary, building this package from sources lead us to many errors.
Currently we are working on it.
The main problem that I have encounter is that gtk-1.2 doesn't display
Japanese text while dillo, which uses gtk-1.2 as its UI backend
displays HTML sites. We also found out that dillo uses fontconfig to
display japanese sites while gtk-1.2 does not use it. I think it's
because gtk-1.2 uses X core fonts.
We also found out that there is no xfs running on our System. Is xfs necessary???
mpsuzuki, Im still working on cross compiling the fontset.c but still I
am encounter errors which it can't find gtk.h. Still, I am working on
On 10/25/05, Tor Lillqvist <tml iki fi> wrote:
Xyber Blue writes:
> I already successfully cross compiled xlsfonts to my target.
I still don't see why you couldn't simply have run xlsfonts on some
other (Unix or Linux) machine, with DISPLAY pointing to your target?
(The listing would still be printed to its standard output on the
machine where it is run.) Or doesn't the X server on your target
support remote clients?
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