Indian script : unicode font standard : is it ttf or otf
alzinovyev at gmail.com
Mon Oct 17 01:08:43 PDT 2011
On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 10:04 AM, jitendra <jituviju at gmail.com> wrote:
> Indian scripts are typically standardized as in OTF and most OSes are
> designed for ttf.
> Is wayland affected by this choice?
> Does it have builtin binding for ttf.
> Typically the graphics packages are having their rendering libraries
> assuming ttf ( even for unicode)
> What happnes then.
> In X.org and MSWindows , thuis appears to be an issue due to which
> localization has been difficult
Wayland does not know about fonts at all, it works only with (window)
buffers. Freetype (which should be used by most applications for
rendering) should work with OTF fonts.
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