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Re: vi & gtk-2 questions
- To: General Arabization Discussion <general at arabeyes dot org>
- Subject: Re: vi & gtk-2 questions
- From: Arafat Mohamed <biku at comcast dot net>
- Date: Sun, 14 Dec 2003 21:01:56 -0600
On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 16:20:31 -0800
Moustafa Mounir Elqabbany مصطفى منير القباني <elqabbany at sunnipath dot com> wrote:
> Assalam alaikum.
> A couple questions: I'm using vim 6.2 and it types Arabic, but
> backwards. So if I type ba, ya, ta, I get tayb, not bayt. Mozilla,
> OpenOffice, and gtk2 apps all work properly with Arabic. Any thoughts
> on what I'm doing wrong?
If you type :he arabic in vim you'll see that there's a 'rightleft' option. Read the help file and try it out.
> It would be nice if someone wrote a HOWTO on converting gtk applications
> to gtk-2 so it's easy to recompile all the old applications with
> international support.
I'm confused. I thought you have arabic working properly in gtk2? As far as compiling international support into applications, try the Arabic Linux HOWTO on
http://www.arabeyes.org/docs.php. If you have a more specific question then I'm sure the folks on Arabeyes can be of more help than me.
> Moustafa Mounir Elqabbany مصطفى منير القباني
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