[luatex] Very recent breakage luatex85.sty and cmap.sty

Zdenek Wagner zdenek.wagner at gmail.com
Sat Feb 6 16:50:55 CET 2021

As Norbert wroti, this is not a task for TeX developer. Being a TeX
developer I do not know how to create a Sphinx project and most
probably I do not have the tools installed. I use python because it is
installed on my computer and many scripts are written in it and some
of them even do not have .py extension or are calle indirectly from
other programs, but I am not a python developer and I never wrote a
python script (I know the difference between "never wrote" and "have
never written").

Zdeněk Wagner

so 6. 2. 2021 v 16:38 odesílatel Jonathan Fine <jfine2358 at gmail.com> napsal:
> Here's a follow-up to my suggestion
> Create a simple Sphinx project, submit to ReadTheDocs, and see if it builds correctly. Then, somehow, repeat the build with the new TeXLive. This might help experts catch and fix problems before users discover them.
> <END>
> Norbert asked who might do this. Perhaps we could find some documents on ReadTheDocs that use lualatex to generate PDF. We could then go upstream to the authors of the project.
> By the way, the Python docs are available in Chinese PDF. Two randomly chosen docs from the download there lists XeTeX 0.99998 as the Producer.
> https://docs.python.org/zh-cn/3/download.html
> I've found a couple of Chinese language projects on RTD. However, neither provide PDF output.
> https://madtornado4.readthedocs.io/
> https://poco.readthedocs.io/zh_CN/latest/
> (Click on [v:???] in the left sidebar to get alternative formats.)
> I don't have the insight and time right now to find more candidates on RTD. I don't see an easy way to count the PDFs on RTD that are generated by lualatex. It may be that there aren't any. I don't know. Perhaps the luatex people could help here, as they are closer to the lualatex users than I am.
> --
> Jonathan

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