DDescription of problem:
In gedit input U+0D07 U+0D28 U+0D4D U+200D U+0D38 U+0D4D U+0D31 U+0D4D U+0D31 U+0D4B U+0D33 U+0D4D U+200D with RAW CODE,then press backspace key,it needs press 14 times
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.In gedit input U+0D07 U+0D28 U+0D4D U+200D U+0D38 U+0D4D U+0D31 U+0D4D U+0D31 U+0D4B U+0D33 U+0D4D U+200D+0D21 U+0D4D U+0D30 U+0D48 U+0D35 U+0D4D with RAW CODE,press backspace key
It need press 14 times backspace key to delete the char
It should delete the char with 13 times backspace key
Can you paste the utf8 string into a comment here, please.
The bug is against F10?
the bug is against F10,
when I input 0D07 0D28 0D4D 200D 0D38 0D4D 0D31 0D4D 0D31
0D4B 0D33 0D4D 200D 0D21 0D4D 0D30 0D48 0D35 0D4D,it will generate ഇന്സ്റ്റോള് ,
I need press 14 times backspace key to delete it.I should use 13 times backspace key to delete it.
So F11 is ok?
(In reply to comment #3)
> the bug is against F10,
> when I input 0D07 0D28 0D4D 200D 0D38 0D4D 0D31 0D4D 0D31
> 0D4B 0D33 0D4D 200D 0D21 0D4D 0D30 0D48 0D35 0D4D,it will generate
> ഇന്സ്റ്റോള് ,
'pasted string' and 'number of rawcode character' (19) looks different from one which reported in description of problem
The Unicode character sequences given only in the initial "Description of Problem" are correct. Everywhere else 19 characters are mentioned.
The real problem is of split matra. The 10th character U+0D4B, is split into two characters, U+0D47 and U+0D3E at the time of rendering, which is adding to the extra backspace.
This does not harm the usability in any way, hence this should not be considered as a bug, unless there is an authentic report of the script behaviour given by any user of the script.
there is problem with pango
its doing normalization of 0d4a kind of characters into
0d46 + od3e
so while backspacing it takes one extra space
there are some bug files for same thing, i will try to find such bug and close this one
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hmm, this bug is still there in rawhide
might be it will get fixed auto with harfbuzz and pango merger
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 13 development cycle.
Changing version to '13'.
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Is this issue known in upstream? otherwise can you please file a bug upstream? also good to test this on f15 too.
Yes, This is fixed now !!
step to check
1) enter Unicode 0D4A with ibus-rawcode or any other method
2) press backspace
3) complete character getting deleted (earlier it was required two backspaces)
upstream bug id https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=345066