# [XeTeX] "Adode Garamond Pro" Compatible Math Fonts

Marcus Winter m at rcuswinter.de
Tue Jul 29 13:54:28 CEST 2008

Actually, the (for me) most important thing that my XeTeX-script does
is to cleanly exchange the \mathrm, \mathit, etc. fonts and the
operator font that is used for \sin, \exp and the like, among others.
Of course, I also did the math symbol redeclarations with lots of
\DeclareMathSymbol and \XeTeXmathchardef (at least for those symbols
that are used and actually in the font), but these are incomplete and
maybe should be taken from unicode-math, instead, I guess. What
unicode-math doesn't do (and the [math] option for the fontspec
package not nicely enough), is the substitution of the operator fonts
without side effects...

Marcus

On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 9:45 AM, Will Robertson <wspr81 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 29/07/2008, at 4:00 PM, Marcus Winter wrote:
>
>> If you speak a bit German, I have described a little skript that does
>> pretty much all of the remapping of math symbols from an arbitrary
>> font:
>> http://www.marcuswinter.de/archiv/2008-03/1289
>
> I suspect that's basically what Andrew's package does. With all this
> competition, I'd better start working on unicode-math again :) It's a shame
> I'm very busy right now...
>
> If anyone is going to write this sort of package, please take a look at the
> unicode-math.tex file, which contains the mapping between all maths unicode
> characters and TeX macros. Don't want (a) lots of wasted effort typing out
> thousands of \XeTeXmathglyph commandsl and (b) incompatible macro names
> being used.
>
> Will
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