[OS X TeX] ISO Latin 9 encoding in TeXShop?

Franck Pastor franck.pastor at skynet.be
Thu Mar 19 08:37:08 CET 2009


Le 18-mars-09 à 22:42, Herbert Schulz a écrit :

>
> On Mar 18, 2009, at 3:19 PM, Franck Pastor wrote:
>
>> I've just installed TeXShop 2.26 and tried its improved "Encoding"  
>> macro, which is much more easier to use than before :-) But I also  
>> noticed that an encoding is missing on the encodings list opened  
>> by this macro: ISO Latin 9. Is it recognized by TeXShop? In that  
>> case, what must I enter? Something like
>>
>> % !TEX encoding = IsoLatin9
>>
>> seems to work, but I would like to be sure of it. Also Ansinew  
>> (cp1512), the default encoding of many TeX front ends on Windows,  
>> is missing, but maybe it's a deliberate choice, since it's much  
>> like ISO Latin 1?
>>
>> Many thanks in advance,
>>
>> Franck Pastor
>>
>
>
> Howdy,
>
> This is the complete list from the Help->TeXShop Help Panel... . I  
> searched for `encoding' and picked the first item on the list.
>
> • MacOSRoman
> • IsoLatin
> • IsoLatin2
> • IsoLatin5
> • IsoLatin9
> • IsoLatinGreek
> • Mac Central European Roman
> • MacJapanese
> • DOSJapanese
> • SJIS_X0213
> • EUC_JP
> • JISJapanese
> • MacKorean
> • UTF-8 Unicode
> • Standard Unicode
> • Mac Cyrillic
> • DOS Cyrillic
> • DOS Russian
> • WindowsCentralEurRoman
> • Windows Cyrillic
> • KOI8_R
> • Mac Chinese Traditional
> • Mac Chinese Simplified
> • DOS Chinese Traditional
> • DOS Chinese Simplified
> • GBK
> • GB 2312
> • GB 18030
>
> Good Luck,
>
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest dot com)

I forgot to look at TeXShop's Help… My bad. Now I'm sure that ISO  
Latin 9 is one of the accepted encodings. Thanks!

Franck Pastor



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