[XeTeX] Re: xunicode for maths
will at guerilla.net.au
Wed Feb 15 01:29:25 CET 2006
On 15/02/2006, at 8:02 , Chris Rowley wrote:
>> I would like to propose a xunicode-like package to provide for
>> mapping macros to unicode maths glyphs,
> Something like that is being done already; so please at least use
> the same macro names. Barbara Beeton is the source of all name
> knowledge and vast tables of such names.
Okay, it's quite tedious to do these types of thing so I certainly
don't want to reinvent anything I don't have to.
Should I contact her directly (I've an ams email address lying
around), or are there official channels that are more appropriate for
this kind of thing?
As an aside: do you think this package is of any benefit?
> Exactly what is being done to provide LaTeX access to these
> Unicode-encoded maths glyphs is something I am now trying to find out
> (don't ask why the LaTeX Team knows nothing at present ...).
Well, I'd say because the only program until now that provides access
to plane 1 mathematical characters (actually, can Omega even do
that?) seems to have been publicly frozen in a buggy state years ago
and updates don't seem to reach outside of whichever academic
institution it resides.
And I hear you guys have been busy :)
Some little book or something.
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