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Re: How can we add Thai as an official localized build

jj-35
Am 02.02.2006 16:39 schrieb Jean-Marc Desperrier:

> Samphan Raruenrom wrote:
>> It is based on Mozilla Firefox 1.5, includes Thai translation,
>> modification of preferences for Thai, Thai search plug-in and
>> my patch to add Thai line-breaking using ICU.
>
> Maybe we should try to resurrect the interest for that problem, Thai
> line-breaking, in the i18n group.
>
> When you say your patch, do you mean the latest patch in bug 7969 ?
>
> While we wait for a better solution in order to be able integrate thai
> line breaking inside moz without too much overhead for the people who
> don't need it, the dynamic loading of libthai option seems adequate, but
> there should be a better way than what is done in that patch.
>
> NSPR dynamic library loading is one possible direction :
> http://www.mozilla.org/projects/nspr/reference/html/prlink.html

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Re: How can we add Thai as an official localized build

Jean-Marc Desperrier
jj wrote:

> Am 02.02.2006 16:39 schrieb Jean-Marc Desperrier:
>
>> Samphan Raruenrom wrote:
>>> It is based on Mozilla Firefox 1.5, includes Thai translation,
>>> modification of preferences for Thai, Thai search plug-in and
>>> my patch to add Thai line-breaking using ICU.
>>
>> Maybe we should try to resurrect the interest for that problem, Thai
>> line-breaking, in the i18n group.
>>
>> When you say your patch, do you mean the latest patch in bug 7969 ?
>>
>> While we wait for a better solution in order to be able integrate thai
>> line breaking inside moz without too much overhead for the people who
>> don't need it, the dynamic loading of libthai option seems adequate, but
>> there should be a better way than what is done in that patch.
>>
>> NSPR dynamic library loading is one possible direction :
>> http://www.mozilla.org/projects/nspr/reference/html/prlink.html

Any reason why you reacted on a four years old message ?

Firefox now, and since I believe 3.0, handles properly the line breaking
of thai through the use of the proper OS-level libraries.



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