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On Mon, 29 Nov 2010 10:14:06 +0800, Microcai said: > The thing is, you really should agree that, implementing UNICODE font in > kernel isn't a bad idea. Let us know when you have implemented support for bidirectional scripts that require compositing or half-spacing characters. Without blowing out the 8K kernel stack. Doing it *right* is important: http://gizmodo.com/382026/a-cellphones-missing-dot-kills-two-people-puts-three-more-in-jail Two dead, three in jail. All because of broken font support. That's a good reason to not even try unless you can do it *right*.
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