Ar an naoú lá is fiche de mí Lúnasa, scríobh Behdad Esfahbod:
Can you point me to the code using Pango?
I doubt Pango beiing involved in that shaping process.
Here are a couple of screenshots, the first of XEmacs with font Monospace 10,
the second of pango-view with the same font and the same (copied and pasted)
Thanks for your attention.
On 08/28/11 09:42, Aidan Kehoe wrote:
> Hello there,
> I’m one of the XEmacs developers. Our GTK version, available here:
, uses Pango. Joining for
> Arabic-specific characters works fine, but joining for Persian-specific
> characters doesn’t. So when I type:
> الف به په ته ثه
> alef, beh, teh and theh appear with no problems (well, the bidi is
> iffy, but one step at a time), while peh doesn’t join to heh. On the
> same machine, pango-view with the same text joins with no problems.
> I’ve tried setting the GTK language to Persian; this doesn’t work because
> the system locale doesn’t support it, but as far as I can see it shouldn’t
> be necessary anyway. It’s not immediately obvious to me where to look next;
> any pointers would be welcome.
> Some version info:
> $ pango-view --version
> pango-view (pango) 1.28.4
> Pango module interface version: 1.6.0
> $ pkg-config --modversion pango
> $ pkg-config --modversion gtk+-2.0
> $ pkg-config --modversion fontconfig
> $ pkg-config --modversion freetype2
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