On Wed, Feb 13, 2019 at 10:55:54AM -0700, home user via users wrote:
> Yes. Fonts are delivered in RPM packages which, to DNF, look
> any packaged software. It's probably that fonts don't _tend_ to
> change a lot. I know I've seen updates to them in the past.
Thank-you, Matthew. So it's very unlikely that I've missed a patch.
Back in January 2017, in Red Hat's Bugzilla, I submitted bug 1415322
against the cjkuni-ukai-fonts in hopes of getting an incorrect
Chinese character corrected. At the recommendation of the assignee,
I also filed bug 315606 in cjkunifonts-Bugs, apparently a part of
. Now I can't find the site to see the status of
the bug. (I can view bug 1415322.) How do I view bug 315606? When
are these bugs going to be fixed?
Ah, I see. The Fedora package maintainer would like the problem fixed in the
font itself, not as a one-off patch. That makes sense -- that way it gets
fixed for everyone in the world, not just Fedora. However, it looks like
that project might be dead upstream? That is, it never migrated from
Debian's old tracker to the new one, and the mailing list for it
does not seem to exist either.
I'd suggest mentioning all this in your existing Red Hat Bugzilla bug, and
hopefully then the Fedora package maintainer can help figure out what to do
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