am Sonntag, 6. Januar 2008 um 16:32 schrieb Christian Schenk:
> Christian Schenk wrote:
>> jr wrote:
>>> Anyway, it took some time, but I finally managed to create a minimal=20
>>> test case. Umlauts in a non-unicode file crash XeTeX. If you save the=
>>> following as ANSI, it will crash. If saved as UTF-8, it won't.
>> FYI: XeTeX requires Unicode encoded input files. If you feed it with=20
>> "garbage", then anything can happen.
> Forgot to mention the \XeTeXinputencoding primitive:
> \XeTeXinputencoding bytes
> This will tell XeTeX that your input is platform-specific. I guess, this
> has other side effects.
The following work fine for a ANSI-file for xelatex and pdflatex:
But I must admit that I would like it too if xetex would recover a bit
more gracefully if one forgets the correct input encoding line.
Violation access errors are a bit frightening.
Mit freundlichen Gr=FC=DFen