Re: viewing farsi font in console

2005-12-11 Thread Medi Montaseri
I remeber being able to do this on Unix/Linux long time ago...as far back as 1990sback then on SCO, ATT SVR4 x86 (386 PCs) and then Linux... See manpages on setfont(8) unicode_start(1) unicode_stop(1) loadunimap(8) And google for hebrew console...that community was on top of this issue and

Bad Farsi Fonts or something

2005-12-02 Thread Medi Montaseri
Hi I am having some problems with my Farsi fonts on my browser and in gedit on a Linux box (Fedor Core 4, Gnome ) My problem is Letter Ye is always rendered as though it was an independent or detatched letter. For example, in the word MILI (as in mili-second) all the Ye letters are rendered

Jalali.pm Ver 1.2 with Farsi Support

2005-09-12 Thread Medi Montaseri
Hi, I just released Jalali.pm ver 1.2 available at http://montaseri.net/download Briefly, Jalali.pm is a Perl Module for Jalalian and Gregorian calander conversion and Time Traveling (N days ago, N days ahead, etc). Version 1.2 also supports FArsi and ENglish, such that you can get things like

Re: Date data type in MySQL

2005-06-06 Thread Medi Montaseri
Thanks Mohsen...On 6/5/05, mohsen ali momeni [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I was wondering how Date data type is dealt with in such databases as PostgreSQL or mySQL? Databases usually have Date related operations such as equality, less than, greater than, etc . But most databases have the

info@farsiweb.info

2005-06-04 Thread Medi Montaseri
Hi, I have emailed [EMAIL PROTECTED] over a week ago with no reply/avail. Anyone knows of any other way to contact farsiweb.info folks. I had some contribs Thanks Mehdi ___ PersianComputing mailing list PersianComputing@lists.sharif.edu

DB and Date data type

2005-06-03 Thread Medi Montaseri
Hi, I was wondering how Date data type is dealt with in such databases as PostgreSQL or mySQL? Databases usually have Date related operations such as equality, less than, greater than, etc . But most databases have the Gregorian Calendar and not Jalalian. Any solutions or hacks? Thanks Mehdi