[Pkg-fonts-devel] fonts-wqy-microhei_0.2.0-beta-2_amd64.changes ACCEPTED into unstable, unstable

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Source: fonts-wqy-microhei
Binary: fonts-wqy-microhei ttf-wqy-microhei
Architecture: source all
Version: 0.2.0-beta-2
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Fonts Task Force <pkg-fonts-devel at lists.alioth.debian.org>
Changed-By: Anthony Fok <foka at debian.org>
 fonts-wqy-microhei - Sans-serif style CJK font derived from Droid
 ttf-wqy-microhei - transitional dummy package
Closes: 705180 714641
 fonts-wqy-microhei (0.2.0-beta-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * Fix incorrect advanceWidths in hmtx for composite glyphs, which
     had caused Korean Hangul glyphs to stack on top of each other.
     From the bug report:
         The issue appears when using ttf-wqy-microhei in Chromium
         (and possibly other programs).
         See https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=233851 for
         the original report against Chromium.
         The issue itself is that the version of ttf-wqy-microhei in the
         repository was created with an old version of FontForge which
         created incorrect advanceWidths in the htmx tables of this font.
         As a result many Korean glyphs have tiny advance withs (1/8 of
         what they should be) and so stack on top of each other when linear
         metrics are requested and used.
     Many thanks to Chromium developer Ben Wagner (Bungeman) for his
     excellent and meticulous work in investigating the issue and in
     creating a patched version of wqy-microhei.ttc to fix the issue.
     (Closes: #714641; LP: #1258520)
     Also thanks to upstream author Qianqian Fang for giving us the go-ahead
     to use Bungeman's version, and will investigate an upstream update
     if he can find the time.
     To facilitate adoption by other distributions, and for record keeping,
     here are the checksums of wqy-microhei.ttc before and after the patch:
     Checksum of original wqy-microhei.ttc with incorrect hmtx advanceWidths:
      - MD5:    966af48e02884546677a2f762f6725b9
      - SHA1:   42467ef798a8f7bd8192a869ac7e05e17132c5c6
      - SHA256: e4bca8df123ce01b104780f576ea1a58b9a5ff1662a91124b6d3180cb6c88212
     Checksum of wqy-microhei.ttc patched by Bungeman:
      - MD5:    a7ff47b49e15875c113ed77c491953ab
      - SHA1:   cd9c1b74f137db79c5fd403002cb1132d30f749b
      - SHA256: 2420e8078af796b19a3f6ef13de527a1a91c1e7171eea115926c614ced1009b3
   * Acknowledge NMU of ttf-wqy-microhei 0.2.0-beta-1.1 by Aron Xu
     and contributed patch from 0.2.0-beta-1ubuntu1 by Steve Langasek
     (Debian Bug#660060)
   * Acknowledge improvements to ttf-wqy-microhei in Ubuntu
     (0.2.0-beta-1.1ubuntu1 to 0.2.0-beta-1.1ubuntu4) by
     Iain Lane, Scott Ritchie and Gunnar Hjalmarsson:
      - New fontconfig file 65-wqy-microhei.conf
      - Mark as Multi-Arch: foreign (Closes: #705180)
     However, in 65-wqy-microhei.conf, I decide to remove <prefer> for serif
     because WenQuanYi Micro Hei is a sans-serif font and there exist other
     real serif CJK fonts in the Debian repository.
   * Learning from Christian Perrier in his update to fonts-wqy-zenhei:
      - Rename source package to "fonts-wqy-microhei" to fit the Font Packages
        Naming Policy.
      - Use dh minimal rules file
      - Update Standards to 3.9.5 (checked)
      - Bump debhelper compatibility to 9
      - Use xz extreme compression for deb packages
      - Use git for packaging: adapt Vcs-* fields
   * Convert to machine-readable debian/copyright version 1.0
   * Change upstream home page to http://wenq.org/
   * Following the example of fonts-wqy-zenhei, set Debian Fonts Task Force
     as the Maintainer.
   * Add myself to the list of Uploaders
   * Last but not least, many thanks to original maintainer Zhengpeng Hou
     for generously allowing me do whatever I like to this package.  :-)
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