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Re: XeTeX encoding problem

From: Masamichi HOSODA
Subject: Re: XeTeX encoding problem
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2016 22:41:30 +0900 (JST)

>> I\\\'ve finally finished this. It does appear a bit faster as well as
>> being simpler. Where it could potentially break is chapter names with
>> non-ASCII characters, and index entries with non-ASCII characters, as
>> well as macros using non-ASCII characters (either in the macro
>> definition or in the arguments), as well as macros giving chapter
>> names and index entries. I\\\'ll do a bit more testing later.
>> Masamichi, does the native multibyte support still work well? Is there
>> any more that you wanted to do with it? If it looks good we should
>> look to releasing it as an official version for non-developers.
> Native Unicode support works fine with some texi source including Japanese.
> Thank you.

I've noticed that the definition of \ifpassthroughchars is duplicated.
Here is the patch for fix it.


Remove duplicated definition of \ifpassthroughchars

2016-03-XX  Masamichi Hosoda  <address@hidden>

        * doc/texinfo.tex (\ifpassthroughchars):
        Remove duplicated definition.
--- texinfo.tex.org     2016-03-08 22:46:15.850782600 +0900
+++ texinfo.tex 2016-03-14 22:34:30.708418900 +0900
@@ -10865,9 +10865,6 @@
 % For native Unicode (XeTeX and LuaTeX)
 % Definition macro to replace / pass-through the Unicode character

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