emacs/unicode/chinese tone indication question
- Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2017 02:25:08 +0000 (UTC)
- From: Will Parsons <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: emacs/unicode/chinese tone indication question
I use Emacs under multiple operating systems, but chiefly nowadays under
FreeBSD and Cygwin/Windows.
I want to use Chinese tone marks in discussing historical Chinese forms, and
by "Chinese tone marks" I *don't* mean the overhead vowel marks that are part
of pinyin, but the marks indicated by Unicode characters A700 - A707. These
seem to have little support in the more common fonts.
I *have* managed to make these (admittedly unusual) characters visible under
FreeBSD by installing the DoulosSIL package. But how do I do this under
Cygwin? (I am interested in both a native Windows and Cygwin/X solution.)
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