[Dev-luatex] unicode, i/o and math

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Wed May 31 00:07:08 CEST 2006


Taco Hoekwater wrote:
> Hans Hagen wrote:
>> Taco Hoekwater wrote:
>>
>>> These will read _separate_ integers, so it will look like (e.g.)
>>>
>>>     \luamathchardef\dagger = 2 0 "2020 % unicode: 2020 DAGGER
>>>          \def\langle{\luadelimiter 5 2 "69 3 "0B }
>>>
>>> does that make sense to you? (comments are very welcome)
>>>   
>>
>> sure but why the \lua prefix here? why not \[big|new|...]mathchardef 
>> or maybe \mathcharacterdef (and also a \characterdef)
>
> \bigmathchardef sounds interesting. I want some sort of prefix
> for the sake of predictability, but I do not care much which one.
or how about \uni as prefix for unicode related extensions, so \unimathchardef

Hans 
 

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