[Pkg-fonts-devel] Bug#656303: Bug#656303: fonts-ukij-uyghur: at least one of the fonts has glyphs at wrong code points
bubulle at debian.org
Wed Jan 18 17:21:15 UTC 2012
Quoting Kess Vargavind (vargavind at gmail.com):
> Package: fonts-ukij-uyghur
> Version: 20110217-2
> Severity: normal
> Tags: upstream
> Dear maintainer,
> The font UKIJ Tughra has glyphs at code points reserved for other scripts.
> At least the following blocks has wrongly placed glyphs:
> * Arabic
> * Arabic Presentation Forms A
> * Arabic Presentation Forms B
> * Basic Latin
> * CJK Symbols and Punctuation
> * Combining Diacritical Marks
> * Cyrillic
> * Enclosed Alphanumerics
> * Greek and Coptic
> * IPA Extensions
> * Latin-1 Supplement
> * Latin Extended-A
> * Latin Extended Additional
> * Latin Extended-B
> * Latin Extended-C
> * Spacing Modifier Letters
> Perhaps (A) these glyphs could be moved to the appropriate code points or PUA
> upstream, or (B) this font removed from the package, and if the font is wanted
> create an additional package with a note that the font(s) does not follow the
> Unicode standard.
Gheyret, could you have a look at this. As you're my contact with
UKIJ, I think this issue can be addressed among UKIJ.
Is this something done on purpose in Tughra and is this fixable?
I would prefer the first solution suggested by Kess but if it isn't
possible, I think I will drop the font from the package.
(please keep all CC'ed people included in answers)
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