[XeTeX] Unicode editor on Mac (for indian languages like devanagari, kannada etc)

alessandro graheli a.graheli at gmail.com
Fri Jul 31 14:34:46 CEST 2009

Thanks for the enlightening explanation. It was just my confusion,  
I've got Sanskrit 2003 to work, as well as other fonts from Peter's  
link. I also did not know about AAT-info.tex and OpenType-info.tex  
(should read the XeTeX documentation more thoroughly, indeed).

Alessandro Graheli

Il giorno 31/lug/09, alle ore 13:22, Yves Codet ha scritto:

I am afraid I do not understand well. You have nothing to convert. If  
you have typed the right characters in your text editor with, say,  
Devanagari MT, you will get the same result if you ask XeTeX to  
compile the source file using Sanskrit 2003. Ligatures will still be  
there. The only differences will be that the font designers will not  
have always chosen the same default variants for some glyphs and  
ligatures. You can know what variants are available in a font if you  
run AAT-info.tex or OpenType-info.tex (see the attached samples).

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