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    • Type: Sub-task Sub-task
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Classlib, JDK
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    • Environment:
      Linux

      Description

      Linux-specific font.properties file should be created

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        Alexei Zakharov added a comment -

        Thanks for the explanation Chunrong. I've lowered the priority to Minor.

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        Alexei Zakharov added a comment - Thanks for the explanation Chunrong. I've lowered the priority to Minor.
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        Chunrong Lai added a comment -

        Anyway. Harmony currently uses XftFontMatch which is able to find a most-proper font from the system.
        So I think it has no problem to display specific characters if the system is configured well.

        On the other side font.properties and related support can be an enhancement to specify fonts.
        So we may still need to implement it some time future to be identical to RI.

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        Chunrong Lai added a comment - Anyway. Harmony currently uses XftFontMatch which is able to find a most-proper font from the system. So I think it has no problem to display specific characters if the system is configured well. On the other side font.properties and related support can be an enhancement to specify fonts. So we may still need to implement it some time future to be identical to RI.
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        Chunrong Lai added a comment -

        Oops.
        Above comment is for HARMONY-4763.

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        Chunrong Lai added a comment - Oops. Above comment is for HARMONY-4763 .
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        Chunrong Lai added a comment -

        I tested above test in a standard-build Fedora.
        <1> It seems that Harmony has no problem for the characters if the system is configured well (except the Korean, but it because my system is not configured well).
        Instead RI has some problems.
        <2> The test is somehow strange/strong since it uses hard-coded encoding. (zh_CN.GB2312 and zh_CN.UTF_8 should be different for "你好世界" : Chinese version of "Hello World").

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        Chunrong Lai added a comment - I tested above test in a standard-build Fedora. <1> It seems that Harmony has no problem for the characters if the system is configured well (except the Korean, but it because my system is not configured well). Instead RI has some problems. <2> The test is somehow strange/strong since it uses hard-coded encoding. (zh_CN.GB2312 and zh_CN.UTF_8 should be different for "你好世界" : Chinese version of "Hello World").

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            Alexei Zakharov
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            Alexei Zakharov
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