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IPA input problem

From: Werner LEMBERG
Subject: IPA input problem
Date: Tue, 04 Mar 2008 17:20:39 +0100 (CET)

[I've sent this to emacs-devel previously; however, I think this
belongs to bug-gnu-emacs, thus I'm resending it, with some minor
corrections of typos.]

[ (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.10.6) of 2008-01-31]


it seems that the mappings for IPA to Unicode are broken.  I tried to
input IPA letter `l' -- if ipa.el (from the current CVS) is correct, I
have to press character `j' for that.  During input, the font


is used; using the `xfd' program I can see that this letter is
positioned at index 0xD9.  However, if I do a list-charset-chars,
going to the letter `l', then pressing C-u C-x =, I see that it is
mapped to U+006A, which is letter `j'.

Something is broken here.  I don't know whether my Emacs is recent
enough to reflect the latest changes, but MULE-ipa.map in the current
CVS looks incorrect: Up to the line

  0x50 0x0281

everything seems OK, but starting with

  0x51 0x0068

the entries are wrong, the right side off by 1 line.  Attached is a
screenshot of

  xfd -fn -Kappa-Fixed-Medium-R-Normal--20-190-75-75-C-100-MuleIPA-1

(this font comes with my SuSE 10.2 distribution).


PNG image

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