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Re: BTW, if I want Emacs to support the CJK-EXT B Chinese Characters, mu
Re: BTW, if I want Emacs to support the CJK-EXT B Chinese Characters, must I use the arg --enable-font-backend?
Mon, 20 Nov 2006 17:30:36 +0800
> > I want to know whether it's possible to display the full unicode characters
> > with XLFD other than XFT?
> Technically it's possible but there's no standard way.
> First of all, I don't know if there's an agreement about
> what registry-encoding to use for an X font for Unicode SIP
> area. So here I assume that you somehow manage to get an X
> font whose registry-encoding part name is "iso10646-2". I
> can't tell how to make your TTF recognized by X server as
> such a font.
> Anyway, once you confirm that your font is working on X by,
> for instance, xfd as below:
> % xfd -fn .....-iso10646-2
> what you have to do is this:
> (push '("iso10646-2$" . unicode-sip) font-encoding-alist)
> "fontset-default" 'han '(nil . "iso10646-2") 'append)
When I put this into my .emacs, the Emacs will return the wrong message as
Wrong type argument: frame-live-p, append