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CTAN update: unicode-math

Date: July 31, 2015 7:39:08 PM CEST
Will Robertson submitted an update to the unicode-math package. Version number: 0.8 License type: lppl1.3 Summary description: Unicode mathematics support for XeTeX and LuaTeX. Announcement text:
- v0.8 (2015/07/29) **Breaking changes in this update!** * `\mathrm` (`\mathup`), `\mathit`, `\mathbf`, `\mathsf`, and `\mathtt` revert to their traditional LaTeX meanings; they are set up to match their equivalent text fonts unless specifically set using `\setmathrm` and friends from `fontspec` or the new `\setmathfontface` in `unicode-math`. These commands should be used for *multi*-letter identifiers. * New "symbol" commands have been added, `\symrm` (`\symup`), `symit`, ..., to replace the behaviour of the old commands. These should be used for *single*-letter identifiers. See the package documentation for more detail on these and related commands. * Package options `mathit=sym`, `mathbf=sym`, etc., reverse the changes above to revert to pre-v0.8 behaviour for `\mathXYZ`. Regardless of package option, `\symXYZ` always maps to symbols and `\mathtextXYZ` is provided for the traditional `\mathXYZ` font switch. * New command `\setoperatorfont` to set the font used for commands such as `\sin` and `\cos`. Usage: `\setoperatorfont\mathbf` or any command defined with `\setmathfontface`. * Traditional LaTeX `\DeclareMathAlphabet` now works again for legacy font-loading packages. * Commands defined to "force" Greek letters with `\upbeta` and `\itbeta`, etc. * Assorted bug fixes and minor changes.
This package is located at http://mirror.ctan.org/macros/latex/contrib/unicode-math More information is at http://www.ctan.org/pkg/unicode-math We are supported by the TeX Users Group http://www.tug.org . Please join a users group; see http://www.tug.org/usergroups.html .
Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Manfred Lotz

unicode-math – Unicode mathematics support for and Lua

This package will provide a complete implementation of unicode maths for XeLaTeX and Lua.

Unicode maths is currently supported by the following freely available fonts:

The following fonts are proprietary with OpenType maths support:

As well as running or Lua, this package requires recent versions of the fontspec, expl3, xpackages, ucharcat and lualatex-math packages.

Copyright2006–2019 Will Robertson
2010–2017 Philipp Stephani
2011–2017 Joseph Wright
2012–2015 Khaled Hosny
MaintainerKhaled Hosny
Will Robertson



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