patch for Asian fonts for fedora, changing paths to fonts files. Dependencies are necessary to be added to rpms.
omajid at redhat.com
Mon Nov 22 14:54:19 PST 2010
On 11/03/2010 07:25 AM, Jiri Vanek wrote:
> background is here: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=643674
> and https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=582455 and
> I was speaking with author of cjkuni fonts (and will ensure with autor
> of beakmuk and szma and lohit - but expect same result)and he confiremd
> that in f14 there was big refactoring of fonts (backported to f13 but no
> more deep ). This newly re-factored paths should be "final" (:DD )
> Reproducer was created for those fonts (arabic - default ok, chinese,
> japanese, corean and indic) - as Pavel mentioned some time ago.
> So my suggestion is to update fontconfig.Fedora.properties to new
> version ant to keep old file as fontconfig.Fedora.12.properties and 11
> (nothing more we suppotrt (?)..)
> This patch is for all except indic (which will come soon)
> I think we have to move this, because there are missconfigured paths
> also in rhel 5 and 6 and..there are also complains (Oracle do not
> support those fonts, so i can recommend nothing more then to swap to
> Except configuration issue there is also issue with dependencies.
> Whether to add them to spec file. I'm for add them into spec file. As
> Deepak mentioned - 40mb of dependencies is not such a big amount in
> today's days.
The Fedora localizations requirements  lists that the default fedora
fonts for Japanese is VLGothic. For Korean the fonts are various Un
fonts. Is there a reason that OpenJDK deviates from this and uses
Sazanami and Baekmuk?
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