[Padma] Malformed Conjuncts
harshita at atc.tcs.com
Thu Feb 12 23:41:41 PST 2009
Mappings sholud be as follows
1) Datasoft.conjct_SW = "\u00A6\u00A4"; // Declaring the sequence as
2) Datasoft.toPadma[Datasoft.conjct_SW] = Padma.consnt_SA +
Padma.vattu_VA ; // Mapping it to appropriate combination
3) Datasoft.overloadList["\u00A6"]; // Making the padma to read the
This should solve the problem as far as I believe .
In some fonts individual glyphs (here 00A6 & 00A4) might not be
meaningful, but combination becomes meaningful(i.e SWA in this case).
This is how the designing of converter becomes little tough. I faced the
Hope it works.
On Thu, 2009-02-12 at 17:47 -0500, Nagarjuna Venna wrote:
> Maybe I am missing something obvious but why isn't 'swa' in swabhabhik
> not halfform_sa + consnt_ba?
> On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 10:06 AM, Golam Mortuza Hossain
> <gmhossain at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On Thu, Feb 12, 2009 at 9:26 AM, Harshita <harshita at atc.tcs.com> wrote:
> >> May be giving an occurrence of the combination(word -- written in
> >> datasoft) will give some more idea.
> > Here goes a screenshot. [ Marked in red are incorrect where as
> > marked in green is perfect (for Padma.halffm_SA but
> > in different combination) ]
> > http://www.math.unb.ca/~ghossain/malformed-conjuncts.jpg
> > Hopefully, it will make the issue more clear. BTW, "SA + halant + BA"
> > conjunct is very common in Bengali. Like "Swadhin" (স্বাধীন, independent)
> > "swabhabhik" (স্বাভাবিক, normal).
> > Thanks
> > Golam
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