x-server font setting

Eric Blake ebb9@byu.net
Wed Aug 8 04:39:00 GMT 2007

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http://cygwin.com/acronyms/#PCYMTWLL - your single line was rather long.

According to Ling F. Zhang on 8/7/2007 10:12 PM:
> I just installed cygwin in order to run fontforge on a Windows machine (while my linux machine is down). But since I am interested in working on font that covers the CJK plane, it is important that I can read text encoded in utf-8 or other non-latin codepage. I know that cygwin doesn't like unicode natively, but is it the same for the x-server? Is it safe to use ttf files from Windows (say, via a symbolic link or actual copy) fonts folder? I'll probably encounter more questions as I slowly get fontforge to display Asian glyphs.

Wrong list.  This is an X related question, and as such, belongs on the
cygwin-xfree list (http://cygwin.com/lists.html).  Redirected.

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