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Re: broken greek support?

From: Kenichi Handa
Subject: Re: broken greek support?
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 21:34:12 +0900 (JST)
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In article <address@hidden>, Andreas Schwab <address@hidden> writes:
>>>  Strange.  With the font
>>>  -ETL-Fixed-Medium-R-Normal--24-240-72-72-C-120-ISO8859-7, I
>>>  get the correct output from M-x list-charset-chars.
>>>  Please check which font is used for, for instance, 0xA2 by
>>>  C-u C-x =.
>>  See attached image.  I've just recompiled Emacs (with `make
>>  bootstrap' from today's CVS).

> Don't use -ETL-Fixed-Medium-R-Normal--24-170-100-100-C-120-ISO8859-7
> either, it's broken too.  Only the greek fonts that are part of the
> intlfonts collection are working correctly.

> (On a SuSE system, this font is part of the xfntgreek package.  Most of
> the fonts included here are actually wrongly encoded, we should really
> consider removing them.)

Oops, I now see.  I haven't notice the difference of font
names in Werner's and mine.

Intlfonts contains these Greek fonts:
they are all correct.

Xfntgreek package contains this font:
which is different from any of intlfonts' fonts, and is broken.

Right?  :-(

Hmmm, then, should we register the Greek font in xfntgreek
package in face-ignored-fonts?  Or, are there any chance
that the package is fixed soon?

Ken'ichi HANDA

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