Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 231818
Indic langauges are not working with Java applications
Last modified: 2013-07-02 20:43:58 EDT
Description of problem:
I have application call Mozilla translator, which is used for Mozilla translationm
when I run this application in any Indic locale envirnment
(pa_IN.UTF-8), then it only show SQUARE boxes, but when run in
en_US/zh_CN/ja_JP/ko_KR, then it run in English interface, actually it is in
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. pa_IN.UTF-8 gij -jar mt520.jar/ java -jar mt520.jar
2. check boxes on top
3. ko_KR.UTF-8 java -jar mt520.jar
SQUARE box on english interface
English should be available
1) Jar file for mt520.jar
2) Screenshot for pa_IN.UTF-8 and ko_KR.UTF-8
Created attachment 149812 [details]
tar file with Screenshot + Application
Sorry about component, changing it it gcc by following
java->gij->libgcj (rpm)->gcc (srpm)
can't confirm whether it is correct component
Sorry, can't reproduce, it shows english menus in all cases.
From the screenshot, it looks like you are using KDE? Can you confirm?
(I can't reproduce the error either, but I'm using GTK. Different desktop
environments use different graphics peers.)
Yes, using KDE Only
I can now reproduce this bug; the pa_IN.UTF-8 locale breaks once the
fonts-punjabi package is installed. Working on a fix.
Patch to greatly expand our foreign-language support has gone into GNU Classpath.
Patch backported to gcc-4.1.2-8, please check it out.