[XeTeX] Mapping=tex-text-->no effect in w32xetex
jonathan_kew at sil.org
Thu Jun 15 23:58:48 CEST 2006
On 15 Jun 2006, at 9:00 pm, Toralf Senger wrote:
> Hi all,
> Because last time you all could help me so nicely, I was wondering
> whether anybody has an idea what goes wrong:
> The aforementioned option does not make an endash out of two dashes
> and neither does any other substitution of tex-text.map work.
> According to fontspec, the option +mapping=tex-text is passed
> correctly when calling the font.
That should be just "mapping=tex-text" (no "+" sign, that's only for
OpenType features) -- but I guess that's just a typo, and fontspec
does the right thing.
> I read here already, that there is no errormessage when something
> goes wrong. I have the newest build from Akira Kakuto FTP server
> installed, tex-text.map and tex-text.tec are in there default
> location and additionally in the folder that contains my
> testfile.tex. TECkit_x86.dll is also there-so everything is in
> place to work.
Did you check in the .log file to see if there is any error message?
If the .tec file is not found, you should get a message there, like
Font mapping `txx-text.tec' for font `Brioso Pro' not found.
(caused by deliberately mis-spelling the mapping name, obviously).
Have you tried a minimal plain-tex test, just to check? Something like:
\font\x="Times New Roman:mapping=tex-text" at 12pt
should give you an em-dash, if the font-mapping is working; and
should give a message in the .log if it's not found.
If this doesn't work, I'm inclined to think it's a bug in the W32
build; that's not something I can track down right now, as I haven't
built or run that version; best to report it to Akira, and see if he
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