[pdftex] \escapes and /Limits
hartmut_henkel at gmx.de
Sat Jul 3 21:29:14 CEST 2004
On Sat, 3 Jul 2004, Heiko Oberdiek wrote:
> * pdfTeX checks for equal destinations, (0) and (\060) are both
> the same, but pdfTeX does not warn here.
But shouldnt't it? It seems to happen in compare_info() (now in
avlstuff.c), which could be extended in the same way to treat escapes
similar to pdftex.ch. Still it's a little tedious to have to do the same
at two different places, in two different languages...
> Therefore the approach should be:
> * converting the input into a string with 8-bit characters
> * str_less_str then can be let unchanged
...as can compare_info()...
> * converting during output (\\, \(, \), which else?)
...maybe all cases written in PDF ref. table 3.2.
Should not be too difficult. And maybe we can re-use conversion into
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