[texworks] TeXshop encoding synonyms may be wrong

Stefan Löffler st.loeffler at gmail.com
Sun Oct 14 13:02:52 CEST 2012


On 2012-09-19 20:48, Antonio Macrì wrote:
> TeXworks translates IsoLatin5 to ISO-8859-5 and IsoLatin9 to
> ISO-8859-9. I believe it's wrong, since Latin5 is ISO-8859-9 and
> Latin9 is ISO-8859-15 (I think TeXshop means LatinX by IsoLatinX).
> % !TeX encoding = Latin5     --> status bar shows ISO-8859-9  (OK)
> % !TeX encoding = IsoLatin5  --> status bar shows ISO-8859-5  (wrong?)
> % !TeX encoding = Latin9     --> status bar shows ISO-8859-15 (OK)
> % !TeX encoding = IsoLatin9  --> status bar shows ISO-8859-9  (wrong?)

Thanks for pointing this out. This is quite old code (written by
Jonathan, I presume), so I don't know if there was a reason for doing it
this way or not. I guess the best would be if someone could open the
attached file in TeXShop and send me a screenshot of the result - then
we can be sure, at least in terms of compatibility with TeXShop.

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