[XeTeX] Hyperref \hyperlink and \hypertarget not working with accented characters
heiko.oberdiek at googlemail.com
Wed Nov 2 13:49:10 CET 2011
On Wed, Nov 02, 2011 at 11:42:38AM +0000, Philip TAYLOR (Webmaster, Ret'd) wrote:
> Heiko Oberdiek wrote:
> >On Wed, Nov 02, 2011 at 11:14:54AM +0000, Philip TAYLOR (Webmaster, Ret'd) wrote:
> >>Heiko Oberdiek wrote:
> >>>If the OP needs funny stuff as labels
> >>Heiko, you are, I believe, a native German speaker
> >>(please correct me if I am mistaken). In your
> >>personal opinion, are the following "letters",
> >>"arbitrary rubbisch", or "funny stuff" ?
> >> ä, ö, ü, ß, ??, ??
> >Then try
> > ä, ö, ü, ß
> > \bye
> >in plain TeX.
> But we're not discussing Plain TeX, Heiko : this is the
> XeTeX list,
You are free to use plain XeTeX.
> where the world has moved on, where UTF-8 is
> the norm, and where ASCII is no more than a bad dream.
> Are you really suggesting that in Plain XeTeX,
> ä, ö, ü, ß
> is anything other than a normal, everyday, document ?
The mail header of your posting, send by the list server
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"; Format="flowed"
Then I must have received a quite abnormal mail out of norm?
>From the last mails I found 477 lines with:
"Content-Type: text/plain; charset="..."
> I have just processed it here, and with
> the addition of just two lines to change the default
> font to a Unicode-compatible one, it generates exactly
> what one would hope for and expect in the 21st century.
Of course, also a font in T1, ... encoding can be used.
Or the input encoding might differ from the font
encoding by mapping via macros, ...
Back to XeTeX:
Byte string means that the string consists of bytes 0-255 (or 1..255).
Can you write them with XeTeX in a file or use as destination names
without using a different encoding?
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