[tex4ht] macro containing a Unicode character
alexandre.roberts at gmail.com
Wed Jan 16 18:03:55 CET 2019
Dear Michal et al.,
Now two and a half years later, I would like to reopen this question, in
particular to ask whether it is possible to keep using a XeLaTeX document
that uses Unicode macros (rather than switching to LuaTeX). Given the
amount of work that has gone into tex4ht in the last couple years, I
thought perhaps a solution might now exist.
I have also posted a query about this on Stack Exchange:
I would be grateful for any insights you might have!
On Mon, Jul 25, 2016 at 11:40 AM Alexandre Roberts <
alexandre.roberts at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Michal,
> It worked perfectly. The next step, which I haven't yet tried, is to scale
> it up from the MWE to my real document with lots of other macros. But I
> think everything I need is already in the solution you provided. So thanks
> On Sun, Jul 24, 2016 at 11:47 AM, Michal Hoftich <michal.h21 at gmail.com>
>> Dear Alex,
>> > Dear Michal,
>> > Thank you very much for this solution! It sounds like exactly what I
>> I hope so, please let us know if it works for you, it is still fairly
>> > I am eager to try it, but unfortunately when I tried to install
>> helpers4ht (on
>> > Mac OS 10.11.5) by following your instructions (
>> > helpers4ht), the command `git clone git at github.com:
>> > returned an error (without asking me for a password):
>> > Cloning into 'helpers4ht'...
>> > Permission denied (publickey).
>> > fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
>> > Do you happen to know what I'm doing wrong? (Sorry for such a basic
>> You already found a solution, I see. I plan to put helpers4ht on CTAN,
>> but I feel it has still lot of bugs, like the issue with text direction
>> I've found thanks to your example.
>> Best regards,
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