[XeTeX] When using more than 16 math alphabets, \mathtt uses italic font
khaledhosny at eglug.org
Mon Jun 25 03:01:10 CEST 2012
On Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 02:17:19PM +0200, Khaled Hosny wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 24, 2012 at 02:41:21AM +0000, Vafa Khalighi wrote:
> > I know that in TeX, you can only use 16 math alphabets but XeTeX
> > extends this so I was curious to enlarge the number of my math
> > alphabets and I had to redefine some internals of LaTeX. My minimal
> > working example is attached.
> > But this makes the word "Test" to apear in Italic. You can delete any
> > of the \DeclareSymbolFont and then \mathtt worked as expected. This
> > shows that this only happens when the number of math alphabets exceeds
> > 16. Why does this happen and how should one fix this?
> > I tried the same thing with luatex and I got expected result so it
> > seems that something is wrong with XeTeX.
> XeTeX's \fam primitive does not seem to have been extended to accept
> higher values, and since the legacy mathcode format does allow higher
> families as well, the only way to access higher math families for now is
> through extended math primitives. A simpler test:
> \font\cmscten=cmcsc10 at 10pt
> \font\dunhten=cmdunh10 at 10pt
> \fam15 a
> \fam16 A
> \XeTeXmathchar"0 16 `A
This should be fixed now in the git repository.
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