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Doublewidth characters for east Asian, combining characters for Thai, Vietnamese, and other diacritics, BiDi (bi-directionality) for Arabic and Hebrew as well as Arabic shaping are all supported. Though mlterm supports Indic complex languages such as Hindi, this Debian package is not compiled with Indic support.
Since mlterm checks the current locale and selects appropriate encoding, you don't need to configure mlterm to display your language and encoding.
mlterm also supports unique features such as scrollbar API, multiple windows, multiple XIM, anti-alias using FreeType and Xft, and so on.
MLTERM - Multi Lingual TERMinal emulator on X COMPILATION =========== $ ./configure $ make Options for configure --------------------- --prefix Installation prefix --disable-dl-table Disable dynamic loading of character mapping or property table, which is statically linked to libmkf. --without-map-table Remove character mapping table --without-prop-table R more»
mlterm for Debian ----------------- In case mlterm does not start, check the following: * mlterm needs kernel compiled with "Unix98 PTY support" (CONFIG_UNIX98_PTYS) and "/dev/pts file system for Unix98 PTYs" (CONFIG_DEVPTS_FS). * mlterm needs a font for your locale. If you don't have a font for your locale, please consider Unicode font and "-u" option. I recommend Debian packages of " more»
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MLTERM(1) MLTERM(1) NAME mlterm - Multi L more»
mlterm (3.0.1-2) unstable; urgency=low * Added numlock.diff patch, to add XK_Num_Lock to default_ more»
2010-09-25 Araki Ken <email@example.com> * x_window.c: XK_Num_Lock is added to default_keysy more»
This package was debianized by Tomohiro KUBOTA <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sat, 3 Nov 2001 01:42:51 +090 more»