Re: #911705 [l10n|gu] debian-installer: fonts broken for Gujarati
Holger Wansing <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Holger Wansing <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Package: fonts-freefont-udeb
> > Severity: normal
> > I just noticed that Gujarati is no longer unusable, because of broken font
> > (all characters replaced by placeholder, see attached screenshot).
> > This seems to be related to the new fonts-freefont-udeb package, which
> > replaced ttf-freefont-udeb:
> > When I use the ttf-freefont-udeb package from Stretch as localudeb to build
> > the netboot-gtk target here locally, Gujarati fonts seem to be fine again
> > (see second screenshot).
While investigating this, I came to
1. I could not find a file for Gujarati there. Maybe this is the reason for
2. However, there are also no files for Chinese. And Chinese looks fine in
in the installer. So, is this directory/this concept still actively used?
3. Also, I found that the file for Tajik is named "tg" but all the files
have to be named "XX.utf" which makes me wonder, if this is a bug in
the filenaming or again: is this still in use?
Also, I wonder where is defined what font to use for which language.
In trunk/scripts/g-i/ I found "lang2font" and "lang2range" which could be
an answer to this question, but I couldn't find that these are used
somewhere at all ...
The D-I Internals or the i18n-guide did not tell me much about this, and
the wiki pages are apparently at little (or much) outdated, so docu on
building the graphical installer currently seems to be a problem?
Maybe someone has some knowledge to share?
Holger Wansing <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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