[dev-context] enco-uc fixes

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Mon Apr 25 20:48:13 CEST 2005


Adam Lindsay wrote:
> Hey all.
> 
> A couple enco-uc fixes to be confirmed:
> \definecharacter threequarter    {\uchar0{190}} % was threequarters, oops
> \definecharacter ordmasculine    {\uchar0{186}} % wasn't defined
> \definecharacter ordfeminine     {\uchar0{170}} % wasn't defined
> \definecharacter percent         {\uchar0{37}}  % wasn't defined
> \definecharacter textunderscore  {\uchar0{95}}  % wasn't defined
> 
> %D Not sure, because it can be a chore to create yet another font:
> 
> %\definecharacter trademark       {\uchar{33}{34}} % wasn't defined
> 
> %D This isn't defined in many fonts, but it should be consistent:
> \definecharacter textminus       {\uchar{32}{18}}
> 
> In other news, would a TeX'n'Unicode encoding interest anyone?

depends on what you mean;

one thing i've been discussing with jacko is that we need an 
as-many-chars-as-possible encoding; for instance, symbols like \copyright are 
used so seldon that they can be symbols and its slot can be used for something 
more useuful

Hans


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