[luatex] Spurious omega
andreas.matthias at gmail.com
Sun Dec 19 00:52:01 CET 2010
Paul Isambert wrote:
> Le 19/12/2010 00:24, Andreas Matthias a écrit :
>> Paul Isambert wrote:
>>> A spurious uppercase omega generally signals an LF character that has found
>>> its way to TeX typesetting processes.
>> How is LF getting mapped to omega?
> Because the slot for character 10 (i.e. LF in ASCII) in Computer Modern is
> an omega. Such a character is not supposed to happen, so such omegas
> shouldn't occur either unless called by special means, e.g. \char10.
Thanks. I don't know why I didn't looked that up myself; testfont.tex
still exists ...
But eventually I understand what's going on here.
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