Commit 380f071e authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman

Delete info about non-free Indian fonts.

parent 736c5c18
......@@ -173,48 +173,6 @@ Unicode characters are available from <URL:ftp://ftp.x.org/contrib/fonts/>
and <URL:ftp://ftp.xfree86.org/pub/X.Org/contrib/fonts/>.
The new Indian implementation uses the ISFOC standard fonts. We use
CDAC ISFOC fonts to display the Devanagari script in Emacs. They are
copyrighted, but we received permission to use them in Emacs from the
font developers. These fonts can be obtained from the internet, or
may be found in C-DAC products (including downloadable ones). For
examle, you can search the CDAC Devanagari font `dvsr0ntt.ttf' by
using some search engines and they will guide you to appropriate URLs
to obtain them.
After you've downloaded the fonts, then run the following Makefile
to create the appropriate BDF/PCF fonts. (You will need `ttf2bdf',
equipped with freetype 1, to create BDF file.)
TTFS= asdr0ntt.ttf:Assamese\
bndr0ntt.ttf:Bengali\
dvsr0ntt.ttf:Devanagari\
gjav0ntt.ttf:Gujarati\
knum0ntt.ttf:Kannada\
mlkr0ntt.ttf:Malayalam\
orsr0ntt.ttf:Oriya\
pnam0ntt.ttf:Punjabi\
sdsr0ntt.ttf:Sanskrit\
tlhm0ntt.ttf:Telugu\
tmvl0ntt.ttf:Tamil
all:
for f in ${TTFS}; do \
ttf=`echo $$f | sed 's/:.*$$//'`; \
reg=`echo $$f | sed 's/[^:]*://'`; \
base=`basename $$ttf .ttf`; \
echo Converting "$$ttf to $$base-XX.bdf/pcf with registry $$reg"; \
for i in 16 24; do \
ttf2bdf -p $${i} -r 100 -l 0_255 $$ttf > temp; \
sed "/^FONT /s/ISO10646-1/$$reg-CDAC/" <temp >$$base-$$i.bdf; \
bdftopcf $$base-$$i.bdf > $$base-$$i.pcf; \
done; \
done
rm -f temp
clean:
rm -f *.pcf *.bdf
DETAILED BUILDING AND INSTALLATION:
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