I have a bug report that rst2pdf doesn't support chinese utf-8 files.
But no example files to use. Any chinese-reader/writer could give me
It's just sending me a trivial chinese language file and telling me if
the pdf looks good.
Thanks in advance!
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On Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 12:09 AM, Roberto Alsina <ralsina@...
> I have a bug report that rst2pdf doesn't support chinese utf-8 files.
> But no example files to use. Any chinese-reader/writer could give me
> a hand?
It's a little trivial to create correctly chinese pdf file using rubber and
tex, as you must choose wether cjk or xetex first to process the source and
select proper fonts. Thus it might unwise to convert rst into pdf by
rst2pdf, while rst2latex maybe more flexible for chinese pdf produe.
> It's just sending me a trivial chinese language file and telling me if
> the pdf looks good.
Here is a paragraph of chinese text(should be utf-8 encoding in the mail),
you may do some test with it.