Recently our country government was changed to our money symbol and publish new package for several OS one of is Redhat(Fedora etc).Could we change with new symbol to our money currency symbol.
(Turkish Language) but you can see "Redhat Linux" and that compatible for Fedora. I already read PDF too.And in PDF headline you can see " Fedora " too .
So, we could either pull in this one font, or get the character added to Dejavu & similar locations.
Assiging to dejavu-fonts, which will also bring in people who can discuss the adding of a new font package.
we can get the character and change to old one(or just add this one without delete old types) and update to dejavu-fonts look good idea.
The font package that was linked to puts the Turkish Lira symbol at U+00A8 DIAERESIS, which is flat-out wrong.
There is a proposal (N4258R) to add the Turkish Lira symbol to UCS at U+20BA, along with other currency symbols, and I guess that might be pushed through quickly, as was done for the new Indian Rupee sign a while ago.
I'd suggest the best option is to push this to DejaVu and other font packages upstream, though it would be a shame to jump the gun and put the new symbol in the wrong place again.
Yes the request should be filled at the upstream of each of the major fonts we use.
Though at least for DejaVu, policy was to never add a symbol before the Unicode consortium had approved it and allocated a long-term codepoint, as fonts that make codepoint mistakes cause no end of interoperability problems (users tend to build documents that use the wrong temporary codepoint years after a new one was allocated, if you release 'temporary' fonts that let them do it)
(In reply to comment #4)
> Yes the request should be filled at the upstream of each of the major fonts we
> Though at least for DejaVu, policy was to never add a symbol before the Unicode
> consortium had approved it and allocated a long-term codepoint, as fonts that
> make codepoint mistakes cause no end of interoperability problems (users tend
> to build documents that use the wrong temporary codepoint years after a new one
> was allocated, if you release 'temporary' fonts that let them do it)
We did make a small exception in DejaVu for the rupee symbol, but that proposal was far enough to ensure that the code point wouldn't change anymore. I don't know how far the Turkish lira proposal has progressed.
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