[Dev-luatex] Assignments in TeX's mouth, or: "Dr. Zaius, it can talk!"

Hans Hagen pragma at wxs.nl
Tue Aug 14 14:46:24 CEST 2007

Jonathan Sauer wrote:

> Then I think string.uppercase and string.lowercase should point
> to the corresponding function in the unicode library to prevent
> confusion and bugs. Or is there a reason to keep the old
> functions around?

sure, because they are part of the official lua libraries and these are 
taken as is,

of course you can redefine them yourself

	strings.lower = unicode.utf.lower


>>> When tracing assignments, the ones made from Lua are 
>>> flagged as being  \global (BTW: What are these messages
>>> about `reassigning [no_local_whatsits]'?):
>> That is a bug, actually. It is currently using a non-initialized
>> stack variable for the global/local decision, and I could make it
>> do either.
> I do not quite understand which part of the above text you are
> adressing. Which one is a bug? The global assignments made from
> Lua, or the reassigning of [no_local_whatsits]? Inferring from Hans'
> mail, I would suspect the latter.



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