Bug#844579: console-setup: CyrAsia font missing Kazakh letter
On Sun, Nov 20, 2016 at 12:14:33AM +0100, Cyril Brulebois wrote:
> I'm not sure what's involved to add support for those. Maybe it's
> sufficient to add two lines with the codepoint to the file you
Yes, it is sufficient, provided there is enough space in the font (only 256
glyphs can be included).
On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 10:32:46AM +0500, Baurzhan Muftakhidinov wrote:
> >> Recently I loaded CyrAsia font in console, and have noticed
> >> that it misses one Kazakh letter:
> >> Ұ U+04B0 Cyrillic Capital Letter Straight U with Stroke
> >> ұ U+04B1 Cyrillic Small Letter Straight U with Stroke
> Also I see that currency symbols of some countries are added,
> so I would like to add Kazakh tenge as well, its code is
> ₸ - Unicode Character 'TENGE SIGN' (U+20B8)
This is how you can check that there haven't been problems with space in
the fonts (after you compile the package):
grep 'no space in the font' Fonts/*.log
If you see no such warnings, then everything is ok. I've tried this myself
and it seems there is enough space in the fonts for these three additional
symbols. So, go ahead and add them!
> While we are at it, I wonder where these glyphs are taken from?
> Because in build log I see that № symbol is missing from the resulting font.
> In log file it says
> WARNING: U+2116: no glyph defined
The glyphs come from the fonts in the directory Fonts/bdf. This particular
warning means that no suitable source font includes this glyph, so it has
been impossible to support it in the generated console font.