xunicode – Generate Unicode characters from accented glyphs
The package supports XeTeX’s (and other putative future similar engines’) need for Unicode characters, in a similar way to what the fontenc does for 8-bit (and the like) fonts: convert accent-glyph sequence to a single Unicode character for output.
The package also covers glyphs specified by packages (such as tipa) which define many commands for single text glyphs.
|License||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
|Copyright||2004–2008 Ross Moore
|Contained in||TeX Live as xunicode|
|MiKTeX as xunicode|
preprocesses source before using TeX
Unicode, material supporting it, and packages requiring it
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