>>>> "Jens" == Jens Petersen
Jens> % ~/src/xemacs/xemacs-21.5.25/src/xemacs -vanilla
Jens> initialized metrics ascent 14 descent 3 width 8 height 16
Jens> initialized font monospace-12
Jens> checking if Kochi Gothic-12:hintstyle=3 handles English
Jens> Xft font Kochi Gothic-12:hintstyle=3 doesn't support en
Jens> checking if Kochi Mincho-12:hintstyle=3 handles English
Jens> Xft font Kochi Mincho-12:hintstyle=3 doesn't support en
Yes. Is that really all? What do you get in ko_KR.UTF-8? I don't
really understand how fontconfig is "supposed" to handle languages
yet, so the way that code is "designed" (ie, hardly at all :-( ),
there's usually a pretty long list for me. Eg, as you can see above
it's checking Japanese fonts for English support, it would typically
check Korean too.
Does Red Hat (or you) customize the system (resp your personal)
> What locale(s) are you seeing the crash in?
Jens> Basically any locale that uses "widechars" AFAICT. Eg,
Jens> ja_JP.UTF-8, ko_KR.UTF-8, etc.
Only UTF-8 locales? Have you tried "native" locales such as
ja_JP.eucJP? How about 8-bit non-Latin locales (Russian, Hebrew,
Arabic) with UTF-8?
P.S. Don't kill yourself trying to answer my questions; I haven't
had time to experiment yet, so I'm just asking for information that
*might* be useful. If I really need it (ie, I can't find a way to
reproduce the crash), I'll come back to it, trust me. :-)
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