[XeTeX] additional beginL endL nodes in math

David Carlisle d.p.carlisle at gmail.com
Wed Apr 15 23:08:06 CEST 2015

\font\x="Arial" at 12pt
   two verses:\beginR ק את אשפן וכ' ופסוק ואת הארנבת\endR; f.≈89r:


On 15 April 2015 at 21:54, Philip Taylor <P.Taylor at rhul.ac.uk> wrote:
> David Carlisle wrote:
>> Khaled will correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think the change
>> affects this case, (internally the mechanism is different, but input and output is the same).
> In that case (and this is partially off-topic), what is the correct
> mechanism by which one should instruct XeTeX (current version : TL-2014)
> to reverse that stretch of text ?  I have a 544pp book that goes to
> print on Friday, and it contains Hebrew fragments which this thread has
> caused me to re-examine; it would indeed seem that they are being set
> incorrectly, LTR instead of RTL ...
>         XeTeX source :
>                 two verses: “<foreign direction="RTL" language="Hebrew">חסר מכאן פסוק
> את אשפן וכ' ופסוק ואת הארנבת</foreign>”; f.≈89r:
>         PDF output :
>                 two verses: “ הארנבת ואת ופסוק וכ' אשפן את פסוק מכאן חסר ”; f. 89r:
> Philip Taylor
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