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LuaTeX-ko Package version 1.6 (2014/06/17)
==========================================

This is a Lua(La)TeX macro package that supports typesetting Korean
documents including Old Hangul texts. As LuaTeX has opened up access to
almost all the hidden routines of TeX engine, users can obtain more
beautiful outcome using this package rather than other Hangul macros
operating on other engines.

Due to the backward-incompatible update of LuaTeX in early 2013, LuaTeX
version 0.76+ and luaotfload package version 2.2+ are required for this
package to run.

This package also requires both cjk-ko and xetexko packages for its full
functionality.


License
-------

This package is licensed under [LPPL](http://latex-project.org/lppl/)
(LaTeX Project Public License) version 1.3c or later.

See each file for details.


Author
------

Please report any errors or suggestions to
    Dohyun Kim <nomos at ktug org>
or leave messages in the issue tracker at:
    <http://github.com/dohyunkim/luatexko>


Files
-----

TeXinputs

    luatexko.sty            -> tex/luatex/luatexko/
    luatexko-core.sty       -> tex/luatex/luatexko/
    luatexko.lua            -> tex/luatex/luatexko/
    luatexko-normalize.lua  -> tex/luatex/luatexko/
    luatexko-uhc2utf8.lua   -> tex/luatex/luatexko/

Documents

    luatexko-doc.pdf        -> doc/luatex/luatexko/
    luatexko-doc.tex        -> doc/luatex/luatexko/
    README (this file)      -> doc/luatex/luatexko/
    ChangeLog               -> doc/luatex/luatexko/


Loading
-------

For a LaTeX user, declaring

    \usepackage{luatexko}
or

    \usepackage{kotex}
is sufficient to load the package, which will load fontspec as well.
Notice that kotex.sty is a file provided by cjk-ko package.

Under plain TeX:

    \input luatexko.sty


Package Options
---------------

    [hangul]
Load Hangul captions. Besides, this option adjusts interword and
interline spacing. Declares \hangulpunctuations=1 as well.

    [hanja]
Load Hanja captions. Also apply other settings as [hangul] option does.

    [nofontspec]
Prevents loading of fontspec package. Entire document will be typeset
with Type1 fonts.


Hangul Font Commands
--------------------

    \setmainhangulfont
    \setsanshangulfont
    \setmonohangulfont
Equivalent to \setmainfont et. al. of fontspec package. These fonts are
used when the font loaded by \setmainfont et. al. does not have Hangul
glyphs.

    \setmainhanjafont
    \setsanshanjafont
    \setmonohanjafont
These fonts are used when the font loaded by \setmainfont or
\setmainhangulfont et. al. does not have Hanja glyphs.

    \setmainfallbackfont
    \setsansfallbackfont
    \setmonofallbackfont
These fonts are used when the font loaded by \setmainfont,
\setmainhangulfont, or \setmainhanjafont et. al. does not have Hanja
glyphs.

In like manner, these commands are available as well:

    \hangulfontspec   \newhangulfontfamily   \addhangulfontfeature
    \hanjafontspec    \newhanjafontfamily    \addhanjafontfeature
    \fallbackfontspec \newfallbackfontfamily \addfallbackfontfeature

If any of these CJK fonts are not specified, Nanum Type1 fonts from
nanumtype1 package will be used for typesetting CJK characters.


Hangul Font Options
-------------------

    [InterHangul=<dimen>]
Set spacing between Hangul characters.

    [InterLatinCJK=<dimen>]
Set spacing between CJK and Latin characters.

    [CharRaise=<dimen>]
Raise CJK characters by <dimen>.


Other User Commands
-------------------

    \luatexuhcinputencoding=<number>
When <number> is 1 or greater, UHC (aka. Windows CP949) input encoding
is allowed. <number> 0 restores UTF-8, the default input encoding.

    \hangulpunctuations=<number>
When <number> is 1 or greater, latin punctuations will be typeset with
hangul fonts.

    \dotemph{...}
Emphasise Hangul or Hanja by putting dot above.

    \ruby{<base text>}{<ruby text>}
Typeset ruby annotations.

    \uline{...}
    \sout{...}
    \uuline{...}
    \xout{...}
    \uwave{...}
    \dashuline{...}
    \dotuline{...}
Same functionality as those ulem package provides.


*END of README*

Files

Name Size Date Notes
ChangeLog 2366 2014-06-19 07:57
README 4083 2014-06-19 07:57
luatexko-core.sty 13502 2014-06-19 07:57
luatexko-doc.pdf 324946 2014-06-19 07:57
luatexko-doc.tex 22139 2014-06-19 07:57
luatexko-normalize.lua 11326 2014-06-19 07:57
luatexko-uhc2utf8.lua 4413 2014-06-19 07:57
luatexko.lua 62012 2014-06-19 07:57
luatexko.sty 14357 2014-06-19 07:57

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lu­a­texko – Type­set Korean with Lua(La)TeX

This is a Lua(La)TeX macro pack­age that sup­ports type­set­ting Korean doc­u­ments. LuaTeX ver­sion 0.76+ and lu­aot­fload pack­age ver­sion 2.2+ are re­quired. This pack­age also re­quires both cjk-ko and xe­texko pack­ages for its full func­tion­al­ity.

Pack­age De­tailslu­a­texko
Ver­sion1.6
Li­censeThe LaTeX Project Public Li­cense
Copy­right2013 Do­hyun Kim
Main­tainerDo­hyun Kim
Con­tained inTeXlive as lu­a­texko
MikTeX as lu­a­texko
Topics LuaTeX and pack­ages that re­quire it
sup­port for type­set­ting Korean
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