Quoting Jonas Smedegaard (email@example.com): > Quoting Christian PERRIER (2016-11-19 12:17:00) > > Quoting Jonas Smedegaard (firstname.lastname@example.org): > > > > > > Another is in one of the D-I packages : changing the file that > > > > mentions what fonts are used depending on the locale. This is not yet > > > > committed as I now have to remember what package we're talking about..:-) > > > > > > Old: fonts-lklug-sinhala-udeb > > > > > > New: fonts-noto-hinted-udeb package > > > > *that* I found. The place I'm looking for is a file that says "if > > you're using a Sinhala locale, then load this font". From memory that > > might be rootskel-gtk.... > > Ah, ok. > > gtk-common, perhaps? > > http://sources.debian.net/src/debian-installer/20161031/build/pkg-lists/gtk-common/?hl=22#L22 > > I found above at https://codesearch.debian.org/ with this expression: > > (?i:sinhal) package:debian-installer > > (to cover upper/lower case, and both Sinhala and Sinhalese) Indeed, this is in rootskel-gtk, in src/usr/bin/gtk-set-font. It allows choosing the "main" font depending on the locale and even picking a bigger size than the default.
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