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Re: japanese vs. chinese fonts

From: Juanma Barranquero
Subject: Re: japanese vs. chinese fonts
Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2008 16:24:02 +0200

On Thu, Oct 2, 2008 at 13:54, Kenichi Handa <address@hidden> wrote:

> If you want to
> avoid using that font totally (i.e. don't use it even for
> Chinese), you can use face-ignored-fonts.

Does it work? face-ignored-fonts doesn't seem to be used anywhere,
other than in startup.el to decide whether to clear the face cache.

  C:\...\trunk> grep -rE face[-_]ignored[-_]fonts src\*.c src\*.h lisp\*.el
  src\xfaces.c:   4. Setting face-ignored-fonts allows the user to
ignore specific
  src\xfaces.c:Lisp_Object Vface_ignored_fonts;
  src\xfaces.c:  DEFVAR_LISP ("face-ignored-fonts", &Vface_ignored_fonts,
  src\xfaces.c:  Vface_ignored_fonts = Qnil;
  lisp\startup.el:        (old-face-ignored-fonts face-ignored-fonts))
  lisp\startup.el:                 (eq face-ignored-fonts

Also, I do

  emacs -Q --eval "(add-to-list 'face-ignored-fonts \"FreeMono\")"

and then C-u C-x = over a Braille char in etc/HELLO:

        character: ⠕ (10261, #o24025, #x2815)
preferred charset: mule-unicode-2500-33ff (Unicode characters of the
range U+2500..U+33FF.)
       code point: 0x2835
           syntax: w    which means: word
      buffer code: #xE2 #xA0 #x95
        file code: ESC #x24 #x2C #x32 #x28 #x35 (encoded by coding
system iso-2022-7bit-dos)
          display: by this font (glyph code)

Character code properties: customize what to show
  general-category: So (Symbol, Other)

There are text properties here:
  charset              mule-unicode-2500-33ff


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