# [tex-live] new release of latex-unicode

Reinhard Kotucha reinhard.kotucha at web.de
Wed Apr 11 23:06:42 CEST 2012

On 2012-04-11 at 15:47:06 +0900, Norbert Preining wrote:

> Dear Wolfgang,
>
> I was taking a look at your darcs repository and compared it with
> what is currently available on the CTAN. Besides the addition
> of .dtx/.ins files and some more scripts and text files, there
> are some changes:
> unicode/data/uni-1.def:
> -\uc at dclc{416}{default}{\OHORN}%
> -\uc at dclc{417}{default}{\ohorn}%
> +\uc at dclc{416}{default}{\horn O}%
> +\uc at dclc{417}{default}{\horn o}%
>
> and
> -\uc at dclc{431}{default}{\UHORN}%
> -\uc at dclc{432}{default}{\uhorn}%
> +\uc at dclc{431}{default}{\horn U}%
> +\uc at dclc{432}{default}{\horn u}%
>
> and unicode/ucsencs.def
> -\def\ifxx#1#2{\toks255{#1==#2}\typeout{ifx:\the\toks255}\ifx#1#2}%
> -\def\show#1?{\toks255{#1}\typeout{\the\toks255}}
> +\def\ifxx#1#2{\toks255{#1==#2}\typeout{ifx:\the\toks255}\ifx#1#2}
>
> Now I would like to ask you the following questions:
> - is the package usable as it is now, are these all the changes?
> - what about an upload to CTAN? I can do that also for you if you
>   prefer!
> - any plans for the near future? Because more sooner than later we
>   want to freeze the TL repository in preparation for the release TL 2012.
>
> Please let me know what you think, I would greatly appreciate a simple
> answer, the best would be of course:
> ;-))))

Does the change "\OHORN" ==> "\horn O" have any impact on what Hàn Thế
Thành describes in his file "vn-min.pdf" (texdoc vn-min) when people
are using ucs?

I'm not sure whether such a change doesn't break anything in VnTeX.
Therefore I added Werner Lemberg to the CC, since he gratefully did
all these nasty encoding related things in VnTeX.

Regards,
Reinhard

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