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Sat Dec 8 21:48:04 CET 2007
On Dec 7, 2007 7:17 PM, Hans Hagen wrote:
> As a prelude to an independent language mechanism for mkiv (the tex
> part) I removes a few thingies. I was wondering ... is anyone using
> language specifics? Active quote stuff? Does that still make sense for
> mkiv? After all we can have more advanced exceptions and we have utf ...
enco-fsl can go away (in mkii as well), but not lang-sla.mki* :)
When looking into enco-fde (the same is true for Slovenian and Croatian):
I have suggested another way of handling that a few days ago (no
Discretionaries should be handled by LuaTeX itself, right? So I guess
that they're not really needed if they find their way into mkiv.
Then only "a, "o, "u, "s are left for German. (I already wanted to ask
for "c -> č, "s -> š and "z ->ž mappings for Slovenian once, but I
have changed my mind. I find it extremely ugly, although I used to
write that way before someone has told me about
I would vote against supporting them ("a, "o, "u) in LuaTeX, but it's
not up to me.
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