[gs-devel] [RFC] revive runlibfileifexists function. xefitra
leonardo at artifex.com
Thu Nov 22 22:38:44 PST 2007
Dear CHIKAMA Masaki,
If I understand correctly,
the misunderstanding happened due to a misprint
in the version number in the original message.
The right statement is :
Fedora users can't use Ghostscript CJK support due to
Fedora is build with an obsolete Ghostscript revision.
Please edit me if I am mistaking again.
But If my understanding is correct,
it will have 3 consequences :
1. Thank you for letting us know.
2. The problem to be addressed to Fedora maintainer.
gs-devel is not a right place for reporting it.
3. We would very appreciate if next time
you'll be more careful when discussing
Ghostscript abilities in public sites.
Wrong or inaccurate statements do mislead
other people who are not experienced with Ghostscript,
and who can occasionally read your statements.
Thank you for understanding.
----- Original Message -----
From: "CHIKAMA Masaki" <masaki.chikama at gmail.com>
To: "Leonardo" <leonardo at artifex.com>
Cc: <mpsuzuki at hiroshima-u.ac.jp>; <gs-devel at ghostscript.com>
Sent: Friday, November 23, 2007 4:08 AM
Subject: Re: [gs-devel] [RFC] revive runlibfileifexists function. xefitra
> 2007/11/23, Leonardo <leonardo at artifex.com>:
>> > Now Fedora8 switches to 8.60 which has no cjk support and
>> What ???
>> I'm not sure what do you mean here,
>> but i think (likely whith a high probability) I can guess that
>> you do mean Ghostscript 8.60 .
> Yes. It's GPL Ghostscript 6.60.
>> If so, I need to state, that the statement above is not true.
>> Ghostscript 8.60 does support CJK fonts.
> Yes. My statement was not accurate.
> The problems are here
> Sorry, but from the point of Fedora8's uses view,
> there is no Japanese support mainly because of the problem (1)
> in above and I thought that I must report it to upstream(here).
> Fedora's maintainer are also wanting to fix them at upstream.
> CHIKAMA Masaki
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