[XeTeX] Use of Apple Symbols font in XeLaTeX
Bruno Voisin
bvoisin at mac.com
Fri Sep 17 14:38:50 CEST 2004
Le 17 sept. 04, ˆ 14:27, Bruno Voisin a Žcrit :
> From /usr/local/teTeX/share/texmf.tetex/doc/omega/base/doc-1.12.ps, p.
> 6:
>
> ½, on the other hand, allows 256 (2^8) font families, each font of 65
> 536 (2^16) characters. So, in addition to the TEX math font
> primitives, which continue to work, there are 16-bit versions:
> [...]
> ¥ \omathcharmath code;
> [...]
> where
> [...]
> ¥ Ð 3 bits for math category,
> Ð 8 bits for font family,
> Ð 16 bits for character in font,
> called a math code;
For some reason, the text I had cut-and-pasted from doc-1.8.pdf did not
went successfully through the mailing list software (parts were
removed). Here the original text, pasted from doc-1.8.tex:
\OMEGA, on the other hand, allows 256 ($2^8$)
font families, each font of 65~536 ($2^{16}$) characters.
So, in addition to the \TeX\ math font primitives, which continue to
work,
there are 16-bit versions:
[...]
\item \verb|\omathchar| $\bits{27}$:\\
Generates a math character with 27-bit math code;
[...]
where
[...]
\item $\bits{27}$ refers to value \texttt{0x8000000} or a triple
\begin{itemize}
\item 3 bits for math category,
\item 8 bits for font family,
\item 16 bits for character in font,
\end{itemize}
called a \emph{math code};
Bruno
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