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[protege-discussion] protege with other languages

Timothy Redmond tredmond at stanford.edu
Thu Apr 15 22:32:12 PDT 2010


A question very similar to this was answered very recently.  Sinhala is 
included in the unicode standard (chart attached).  Unicode is fully 
supported by Protege. 

There are a couple of system specific issues that come up though.  There 
is the issue of telling the operating system to support sinhala keyboard 
input.  I am able to do this on my linux machine here but I can't speak 
for your system.  I have done similar things on os x and windows machines.

Finally there is the question of whether your java installation includes 
all the needed fonts.  This isn't working so well on my linux machine 
but I would bet that windows and os x machines will do fine.  This last 
issue is something that I don't understand so well at the moment.  I 
would like to know how to fix this.

-Timothy

manjula wijewickrema wrote:
> Hello,
>  
> I am a new one leyman for Protege. Is there any possibility of useing 
> Sinhala language (Sinhala comes with Unicode) to make ontologies with 
> Protege. If so how can I change the language to Sinhala? Is there any 
> material to refer?
>  
> Thanks,
> Manjula.
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