[XeTeX] On cross-language font selection
yindian at gmail.com
Fri Feb 16 09:18:17 CET 2007
I didn't notice that the some of ``at'' sign in my source file are
converted to the literal `` at ''. That should be the reason for your
failure to compile. Maybe it's the fault of Google Web-mail. I should have
enclosed the source in the attachment.
I've just finished the part for dealing with parameterized command.
Currently I'm working with non-breakable character sequences such as
ligatures or commands that looks at \futurelet. It is estimated that the
code will be completed this evening. I'll post it here then.
2007/2/16, Jjgod Jiang <gzjjgod at gmail.com>:
> 在 07-2-16，Yin Dian<yindian at gmail.com> 写道：
> > Hi jjgod,
> > I came up with an inspiration yesterday night on the macro
> > of font selection and space skipping. It is based on the thought of
> > switch via the active tilde. After an hour's hack I've finished the
> > primitive part. Further development requires a judge for math mode and
> > parameterized commands, so the change of behavior of backslash and
> braces is
> > needed.
> > Following is a test case encoded in UTF-8. Compiled successfully on my
> > XeTeX 2.2-0.996.
> Are you sure it's working, because I got the following error in the
> same version:
> This is XeTeXk, Version 3.141592-2.2-0.996 (Web2C 7.5.6)
> %&-line parsing enabled.
> entering extended mode
> ! Undefined control sequence.
> <recently read> \xchinese@
> <to be read again>
> \xchinese at iterate ...? \expandafter \xchinese@ i
> terate at next \fi
> - jjgod.
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