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Date: Tue, 24 Mar 2009 15:24:10 +0100
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Elie Roux a écrit :
> Manuel Pégourié-Gonnard a écrit :
>> Well, it seems we disagree on what the future will be. In my future, I
>> want to
>> be able to compile utf-8 encoded sources using Unicode fonts without
>> loading
>> some sort of inputenc and making a bunch af character actives.
>>   
> 
> No, we agree on the future, and you'll be able to do so with
> luainputenc, don't worry... Please wait to know what my solution is
> before criticizing my work like this...

I was not criticizing your work, just stating that IMHO there should be no need
to use an input-encoding-oriented package in order to compile an utf-8-encoded
source with LuaLaTeX.

M.

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