As many of you might aware of, that we have merged our Project - UTRRS
(Unicode Text Rendering Reference System) into FUEL after the discussion.
Now we would like to propose the change in Naming Convention for the
project UTRRS and we seek suggestions for the same from all of you. We
would like to request for the new ideas that how the current name of the
project "UTRRS" can be change or will be replaced with and welcome all of
your efforts on this task.
The name 'UTRRS' is although accepted by everybody when it was developed
and till today. Still, we would like to change it's pattern of naming
convention and provide a nomenclature which suites its functionality more
accurately in a rather simple manner which is more understandable and
acceptable to the community with the nature of purpose this application
As a preface, we would like to share some facts like what exactly the UTRRS
is, how does it work, what does it do, how it helps etc etc in a short
UTRRS stands for Unicode Text Rendering Reference System which is a concept
of Testifying and Validating the rendering of any Grammatical Character or
Composed Character in a comparison method with a Reference Character that
is provided. The difference between the rendered character and the
reference character is what the test result we can record with 'match' or
Based on this concept, we have developed a tool which actually provides a
platform or web interface to Validate the Character or Composed Character.
As of now we have implemented it in 11 Indic Locales which are based on
script based characters (like Devanagari or Dravidian).
UTRRS is an web based tool developed with ruby on rails and with MySQL as a
backend database server. It verifies the rendering of any fonts installed
in your system as well as the rendering engine's (Pango, qt, icu, or
harfbuzz or any other) performance in terms of forming the character shapes
regardless of whether it is any base characters (Codepoint) or any composed
character (GSUB or GPOS), platform independently.
We have a certain set of plans for this project's further enhancement and
this will come in the roadmap on the project page upon the completion of
merging task, and we will seek contributions from all of you as a community
effort in near future.
Current Project URL : http://utrrs-testing.rhcloud.com/
Proposed project URL post merge : Upcoming.
(On behalf of FUEL-UTRRS Community)
I Have prepared a module of numbers,
This module consists of all the words related to Numbers. I have
collected it from different sources. I hope this will work as a
reference for the Numbers. I have tried to incorporate all the
Cardinals, Ordinals, Multiplicatives and Fractions.
I have a query about fractional parts of the hundreds, thousands that
are expressed in our language like "sava-sau (125)" "dedh-sou (150)",
etc..., How to incorporate these strings in English as source. I have
not yet added these ones in this document.
Suggestions are welcome!