Re: xlibs-data: Help needed with CJK issues
Denis Barbier wrote:
>My reading of
>is that upstream moved ISO10646 fonts at the bottom of the file
>because few fonts covered most glyphs.
>In your comment, you tell that unifont can be used for these languages.
>This package is part of Chinese tasks (from tasksel), but not Japanese
>ones. The latter contain several other font packages.
The "unifont" package will be installed by default in Sarge.
And, most Japaness ttf font packages, like ttf-kochi-gothic and
support ISO10646 as well, although they seems a little buggy.
(Please visit http://lists.debian.org/debian-i18n/2005/04/msg00122.html
for more details.)
>Thus I am quite inclined to change zh_TW.UTF-8/XLC_LOCALE as requested,
>On the other hand, Japanese users will most likely have other fonts
>installed, so isn't it better to leave ISO10646 at the bottom of
>ja_JP.UTF-8/XLC_LOCALE?I think that we should try to use ISO10646 fonts if our locale were
I mean, if xx_XX.UTF-8/XLC_LOCALE were all correct,
We should be able to launch "LC_ALL=xx_XX.UTF-8 xmms" in all xx_XX.UTF-8
locale without any problem.
So, I suggest that ISO10646 should be at the top of all