compiling emacs 23 on f8
François Patte wrote:
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> Le 28.03.2008 13:45, Neal Becker a écrit :
> | François Patte wrote:
> |> I try to compile emacs 23 in order to have a multi-scripts emacs with
> |> indian scripts.
> | You can find m17n in development.
> | rpm -qa m17*
> | m17n-lib-devel-1.5.1-1.fc9.i386
> | m17n-lib-devel-1.5.1-1.fc9.x86_64
> | m17n-lib-1.5.1-1.fc9.x86_64
> | m17n-lib-1.5.1-1.fc9.i386
> | m17n-db-1.5.1-1.fc8.noarch
> | My libotf package is just (hopefully) about to be accepted. You can
> find it here:
> | http://nbecker.dyndns.org/RPM
> | You can find my emacs-188.8.131.52 svn srpm as of yesterday there as well.
> OK. Thank you. I got the whole stuff to rpmbuild emacs 23 and succeeded.
> One remark: the construction:
> is missing .....
> Now regarding the Indian scripts, the problem is the same as before. OK,
> more languages are added (bengali, tamil,...) but Emacs cannot find
> fonts to display these scripts.
> I have a lot of Indian fonts on my system, including cdac fonts which
> are listed in Options-->Mule-->List Character Sets, but if you ask "show
> the character tables", it is empty.....
> Or I don't know how to use these new possibilities....
> Last: if I enable devanagari-* input method, I get some display of the
> glyphs, but it is ugly for the fonts used are unable to build any
> ligatures which is a big problem for Indian scripts!! With this
> devanagari input method, Emacs 22-1 used cdac fonts which are ligature
> How to automatically enable a font set according to the input method
> required? This is done for chinese, japanese...
> Thanks for help.
I don't know anything about that subject, but I recommend asking on
comp.emacs.help (mirrored on gmane.org and probably google groups).
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