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Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2009 14:37:58 +0100
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David Kastrup a écrit :
> Will Robertson <[log in to unmask]> writes:
>> Hi all,
>> Don't forget that for utf8 encoded documents, the luatex and xetex
>> inputenc packages do *not* mess around with active characters or
>> whatever -- they prevent the legacy inputenc from doing so in the
>> first place.
> Wouldn't that preclude auxiliary files being written in LICR?

Well, I changed luainputenc a bit since the last time I released it, now 
it activates characters if a font encoding other than EU2 is loaded with 
fontenc. So the behaviour of LuaLaTeX with (lua)inputenc is the same as 
the behaviour of LaTeX with inputenc, for utf8 (if not loaded with EU2) 
and 8-bit encodings.

The problem with aux files is only present for 8-bit encoding, there is 
no problem with aux files when used with utf8.

But once again, I think technical issues about LuaTeX+LaTeX must be 
addressed on luatex at tug dot org, the main question for this list is: 
do you agree to change inputenc? If so how?