[cairo] Cairo and DirectFB: black marks on Chinese and English texts (William To)

Tor Lillqvist tml at iki.fi
Fri Mar 26 00:26:32 PDT 2010

> Also the encoding of the font file is BIG5 I think. Does it matter? I don't
> think there are any Chinese fonts with UTF-8 encoding anyway.

I am not sure about BIG5 but especially not UTF-8 could in no way be
used as an "encoding" for a font. I can't imagine what that would
mean. UTF-8 is a byte-level encoding of Unicode code points (numbers).
It's the Unicode code points that then are used as indexes into a able
in a font.


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