Subject: Re: New release of uwscons with improved multilingual support
To: stefano <email@example.com>
From: Bang Jun-Young <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/17/2001 03:24:49
> iso-7 (greek) support is quite broken , uwscons reaction
> to iso7 encodind was something i so for the first time
> (i'm talking about my experience with previous encoding
> attempts which brought my patches to life ),seems
> that it starts with one character and continues printing
> all the way , what i meen is :
> something like that... for any given text.
Was iso7.816 font loaded from wscons.conf? Were wsfontload
and wsconsenc installed in /usr/sbin and executed with
appropriate options? If everything was okay, it should display
> i haven't enter the code yet ( this weekend i will and i'll
> try to identify the problem) just played with encodings,
> what i'm thinking ( and i was thinking when writting my
> patches ) is hardcore the fonts in kernel like those
> uniXXX.h fonts, some of them have a start ( offset ?)
> character , which will help if a multifont(???) file exists.
It should be quite easy to modify vga_raster.c to embed wsfonts
at compile time, but that will make the kernel bigger.
Bang Jun-Young <email@example.com>