[NTG-context] bug in beta: extra \else

Vit Zyka vit.zyka at seznam.cz
Wed Oct 18 13:02:50 CEST 2006


Hans Hagen wrote:
> Aditya Mahajan wrote:
>> On Mon, 16 Oct 2006, Aditya Mahajan wrote:
>>
>>> On Sun, 15 Oct 2006, Vit Zyka wrote:
>>>> Great, thank you Hans!
>>>>
>>>> Let us process to teh next two problems also visible in the test file.
>>>>
>>>> 1. [snip]
>>>> 2. Accented characters inside \typebuffer are type set as
>>>>   \dochar {225}
>>> This seems to be a bug. In utf-8 encoding, if an accented character is
>>> the first character of a buffer, it gets typed correctly. All other
>>> accented charaters come out as \dochar {225}. \getbuffer works fine.
>> I forgot to attach the test file. I am attaching it, hoping that the 
>> encoding will come out correctly.
>>
>>> Can TeX choose the input encoding while writing files? If not, there
>>> may be really no robust way to solve this problem.
>>>
>>> Aditya
> 
> in core-buf we need to treat the upper half of the vector:
> 
>    \recatcodeuppercharacterstrue % <--- 
>    \setcatcodetable\vrbcatcodes
> 
> in startbuffer

It also works well. Thank you
Vit



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