Aidan Kehoe <kehoea(a)parhasard.net> writes:
Ar an triÃº lÃ¡ de mÃ MÃ©an FÃ³mhair, scrÃobh Behdad Esfahbod:
> On 09/03/11 05:25, Aidan Kehoe wrote:
> > I am one of the three people most familiar with the XEmacs codebase in the
> > world, and I was asking where to start :-) . Thanks for having looked.
> Well, start by checking what exactly is passed to
> pango_layout_set_text(), and also what font is used (you can pmap the
> process and grep for fonts).
Thanks, thatâs very helpful.
Sorry I disappeared for a few months, but I'm back working on Gtk.
I just updated the code to use pango_itemize, which should handle RTL
languages better. The characters seem to be in the right order but
the words are not. XEmacs-gtk display now matches gedit for Arabic
and Persian. They don't match FSF emacs display, but I think the
pango is correct. (Firefox and IE agree with pango)
Editing RTL is wrong, just moving the cursor through the string makes
the characters dance.
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