Ok, I changed a bit the wiki.

http://wiki.contextgarden.net/XeTeX#Document_Encoding

Please, you who know :), check if you think it's ok.
Best

-a-


On 16 Sep 2007, at 23:49, Hans Hagen wrote:

Andrea Valle wrote:
(Thanks Hans)

On 15 Sep 2007, at 18:43, Hans Hagen wrote:

Andrea Valle wrote:

\enableregime[utf]

this one is not needed, xetex is utf


Ok. I read some infos on the wiki but I was a bit confused.
So:

- if I encode in utf-8 I don't have to specify regime \enableregime[utf]
- if I encode in another encodign (e.g. mac roman) I have to specify
\the correct \enableregime (here: [mac])

Am I right?

kind of ... i never tested regimes with xetex if only because i assume
that xetex users use utf8 of have recoded their docs to utf8 -)

Hans

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