From: Antoine Leca (Antoine10646@leca-marti.org)
Date: Sat Dec 04 2004 - 10:37:04 CST
Peter Constable écrivit:
>> On Behalf Of Christopher Fynn
>> If a Windows application needs to properly display Unicode text for
>> languages such as Hindi, Tamil, Bengali, Nepali, Sinhala, Arabic,
>> Urdu and so on then it probably needs to support OpenType GSUB and
>> GPOS lookups.
> Not just "probably".
Well, there are other rendering technologies than Uniscribe; and some of
them even succeed at displaying complex scripts...
For a contrived yet verifiable (OpenSource) example, let have a look at Eric
Mader's LayoutEngine (in ICU) using Apple (GX) fonts with a Unicode cmap.
And yes I am talking of something that can run on Windows.
Chris is correct, as Uniscribe is the undiscuted leader in year 2004.
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