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LaTeX package adding compatibility with old encodings to LuaLaTeX http://ctan.org/pkg/luainputenc
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The luainputenc LaTeX2e package luainputenc is an adaptation of inputenc for LuaTeX, as the old inputenc does not work (at all) with the LuaTeX engine. It is used only for compatibility with old documents. New documents should be encoded in UTF-8 and use Unicode fonts (eg with a recent verion of the fontspec package). This package automatically calls the old inputenc when running with pdfTeX, and xetex-inputenc when running XeTeX, so you can safely use it with all your documents. This package is developed on <http://github.com/mpg/luainputenc>, see the 'NEWS' file for version history. Installation ------------ Here are the recommended installation methods (preferred first). 1. If you are using TeX Live 2008 or later, use 'tlmgr install luainputenc'. Alternatively, try your (TeX or Linux) distribution's package management system. 2. a. Grab luainputenc.tds.zip on the CTAN. b. Unzip it at the root of one or your TDS trees. c. You may need to update some filename database after, see your TeX distribution's manual for details. 3. a. Grab the sources from CTAN or github. b. Run 'make install TEXMFROOT=/path/to/texmf'. c. See 2c. Manifest -------- Source files: luainputenc.dtx the single file source & doc Derived files: luainputenc.pdf the documentation luainputenc.sty the LaTeX package luainputenc.lua the lua functions for encoding translation lutf8.def replacement for utf8.def lutf8x.def idem, with new functionalities for Unicode fonts inputenc.sty.diff: patch for inputenc.sty to load luainputenc automatically if running LuaTeX License ------- This work is under the CC0 license, with an additional restriction: the article 6 of the LaTeX Project Public License (lppl), that applies to code that has been taken from LaTeX files. You can find the text of the lppl at The lppl can be found at http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt You can find the CC0 full text at http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/legalcode The file luainputenc.dtx contains code with the lppl restriction as well as the derived files luainputenc.sty luainputenc.pdf lutf8.def lutf8x.def For further details about their license, please see the comments in these files. The other derived files are luainputenc.lua inputenc.sty.diff These files are under the CC0 license only.