[xmonad] Bug with ghc's XFT binding?
mcfiredrill at gmail.com
Tue May 19 19:25:36 EDT 2009
So what you're saying is, the chinese characters display correctly with the
chinese font, but incorrectly with a non-chinese font. Sounds like
everything is working to me. ;)
Unless you are saying that the chinese characters work with the other font
in programs aside from xmobar?
On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 10:09 PM, Chengqi(Lars) Song <songcq at gmail.com>wrote:
> I'm using xmobar with xmonad. I found that it's hard to display Chinese
> characters in xmobar. So I made the following tests:
> Set up:
> 1. my system locale is en_US.utf-8
> 2. my xmobar is compiled with xft and utf8 support
> 3. in my xmobarrc, the font is set to be "xft:monospace-6"
> 3. in terminal, I run "cat | xmobar ~/.xmobarrc"
> The results:
> 1. English can be displayed well. But all Chinese characters are displayed
> in squares.
> 2. If I change the font in xmobarrc to be a Chinese font "xft:SimSun-6",
> then the display is correct.
> So I guess it might be a bug of xft binding in ghc's library. Do you have
> similiar experience in xmobar or someother programs?
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