Pascal Sancho wrote:
> 
> Jonathan Levinson a écrit :
>> We are an international company, and need to support non-Western
>> documents including Greek, Thai and Chinese, amongst many others.  We
>> have technical people at work in every area of the globe.
>>
>> Best Regards,
>> Jonathan S. Levinson
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Simon Pepping [mailto:spepp...@leverkruid.eu]
>>
>> Another area where FOP needs more work is support for non-Western
>> documents. I do not know where the problems are, but it probably does
>> not work right now. Ideally, we would have contributors from regions
>> with such problems.
>>
>> Regards, Simon
> Hi Jonathan,
> Regarding non-western documents, in current FOP version:
> - Latin and Slave alphabets give kind results, since they only depend on 
> fonts charset (my own experience).
> - Japanese can give expected result (my own experience).
> - ideographics languages (like Chinese) can give unexpected results 
> regarding line-breakink (from what I read in user-list).
> - Arabic (and probably all right-to-left writings) cannot be handled 
> correctly by current FOP version:
>   - right to left not implemented (see [1])
>   - Arabic inner ligatures not handled at all
>  
> [1] 
> http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/compliance.html#fo-property-writingmode-section
> 
> HTH,
> Pascal
> 
> 


Hi,

   There was some change made by sebastian in FOP for arabic characters and
it worked for us, I used it around 2006 - 07 and it is still workin
properly.. 

I beleive the post should be in nabble only.

Regards,
Prakash Sen.
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