[luatex] Cyrillic in \directlua0

Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard mpg at elzevir.fr
Sat Mar 27 18:34:36 CET 2010

Arthur Reutenauer a écrit :
>> I respectfully disagree here. fontenc works with EU2 for Unicode fonts. It also
>> works with legacy encodings if you load luainputenc.
>   Right, but I think this is besides the issue here (as far as I am
> concerned, I stay by the feeling that LaTeX hardly works with LuaTeX
> anyway, even if it can be made to produce documents ;-).

Well, there are people working on it...

>> PS : with the example given, since the font will be cm or lm, and lm exists in
>> Opentype, of course the best solution is to use the Opentype version using
>> luaotfload (or the development version of fontspec).
>   Actually no, with the T2A font encoding the Cyrillic version of
> Computer Modern (called lh at some point) will be used.

That's what I meant by "cm or lm". The intention was to make a statement vague
enough so that is couldn't be entirely false :-)

>  I can't
> remember if *Latin* Modern doesn't by chance contain Cyrillic characters
> after all.
I naïvely assumed Latim Modern's character coverage was at least as wide as
Computer Modern. However, I just checked using fontforge, and there are no
Cyrilic characters in lmroman10-regular.otf indeed.


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