Commit 4a5805d9 authored by Roozbeh Pournader's avatar Roozbeh Pournader Committed by Behdad Esfahbod

Change Kashmiri (ks) orthography to Arabic script (bug #20200)

parent cda57219
#
# fontconfig/fc-lang/ks.orth
#
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# Kashmiri (Devanagari script) (KS)
include hi.orth
# Kashmiri (ks)
#
# Kashmiri is written in Arabic in both India and Pakistan. The problem is,
# Unicode 5.1 does not contain all the letters required in the orthography,
# including Wavy Hamza Below and the Alef Maksura With Ring Below. We'll
# just include Urdu for now.
include ur.orth
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