Re: docbook and Arabic/Persian
Lets ignore pdf for the moment because AFAIK it is not really
supported. I am CCing Behdad for a better explanation. Let s talk
I already done it with standard docbook. Two things needed :
First to mention the document encoding as UTF-8 .
Second a Direction attribute (usually dir tag) for book, para, etc so that it could be generated correctly.
Another important thing is that nsgmls complains about
Persian characters where it face it and throws a warning wich make the
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