On Sun, 11 Feb 2001, Frank Mittelbach wrote:
> this does not mean that the source input can't be in a more suitable encoding
> and my suggestion is to use the LaTeX internal character representation here
> (and not UTF8) but in some sense either is similarily useful since both
> describe in a unique way the set of characters and both can be converted from
> one into the other.
I would like to suggest UTF8. First of all, they would also be usable with
Omega, and second, parsing UTF8 is easier than parsing LaTeX internal
character representation (LICR?).