[XeTeX] Georgian in LaTeX?

Arthur Reutenauer arthur.reutenauer at normalesup.org
Sun Feb 19 07:16:01 CET 2012

	Hi Adam,

  In order to use the Georgian script, all you need is an appropriate
font, and fontspec to load it, with commands such as

	\setmainfont[Script=Georgian]{<font name>}

or \setotherfont if your main document script isn't Georgian.

  There is no Georgian support in Babel.  What is Babel doing for you
that fontspec isn't?

  As you point out, there is no Georgian support in Polyglossia either,
but if all you want to do is to use the Georgian script, you don't need
anything more than XeTeX and fontspec (and a font).  Other than that, if
there are specific requirements for typesetting Georgian and you can
make a detailed specification, I'm happy to add support for it in


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