[Etoys] Translation on traditional chinese
hilaire at ofset.org
Mon Nov 3 23:47:39 EST 2008
2008/10/29 Yoshiki Ohshima <yoshiki at vpri.org>:
>> Are you aware of any effort for such translation.
> I saw occasionally questions whether Squeak (typically not Etoys)
> can handle traditional chinese, but I am not aware of the organized
> effort of making Etoys translations for traditional Chinese.
>> When it comes to oriental languages, does the font need to be part of
>> the Etoys image, or can it be from the host operating system?
> It can be a separated font file from the net or local disk, or on a
> platform with Pango library, it can get the system font via Pango.
I saw in the japanese translation a bitmap font is loaded.
I guess using Pango is not portable.
A translation effort in traditional Chinese will be for workstation
use of Etoys and not in the XO. So Pango use will not be relevant.
I am not sure to understand yet what are the necessary steps to get
font ready to use.
Steven told me there are unicode unified fonts for both traditional
and modern Chinese.
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