we (bharathi and myself) are in the same Lab/Project.
For the iscii2ps, you need the libind.so library.
so, you just download the iitm-term provided in the same website and install
it. It will install that library also, then you try that iscii2ps.
On Today ilugc-admin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote to Vivek :
G:}Am working on regional language printing support in Linux.
G:}While searching thru Google for earlier work on this, I fortunately ended up
in the below link of IITM
G:}But the problem is the libind and the iscii2ps applications, provided in
this site do not work for me. The iscii2ps function fails in the indian_init
function that is found in the iscii2ps.c file of iscii2ps source. While parsing
thru the code and if Iam correct, I found that this function is being passed
with different arguments but the function is defined in different way in the
G:}I would like to have the correct source of the libind library (If any one of
you have, as the base work has been done by RECT, IITK&M) or kindly do provide
some document that explains the algorithm behind which the iscii code is
converted to ttf code. Or to be more precise I would like to know what is the
data that needs to be passed on to the font variable that is declared in the
struct tabl in the indian.h include file.
G:}While parsing thru the code I found some comments with signature Bharathi
and i believe few mails comes to this group from Bharathi of IITM . If you are
the same person who worked on the libind code, kindly help me to find solution
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