[XeTeX] OpenType codes for non-European languages
L J Davies
ljdavies at cimbri.nildram.co.uk
Wed Jul 30 23:58:13 CEST 2008
You can find a list of script codes at
http://www.microsoft.com/typography/otspec/scripttags.htm. I am not sure if
it is a complete list but it is a useful starting point.
I hope this helps.
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Subject: [XeTeX] OpenType codes for non-European languages
I'm interested in using XeTeX for Indological work, using freely
available OpenType fonts for Indian languages such as Kannada and Tamil.
The XeTeX documentation gives a sample of how to use Devanagari script,
with a command for complex layout features so that the ligatures are
produced correctly, like:
\font\body="Raghindi:script=deva" at 10pt \body
Here the ":script=deva" tells XeTeX to use the ligature information in
the font (in this case a Devanagari font).
Does anyone know where to get a complete list of such script codes?
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