[OS X Emacs] Aquamacs 2.0preview3 available
Peter Dyballa
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Thu Oct 29 06:18:11 EDT 2009
Am 29.10.2009 um 01:24 schrieb David Reitter:
> http://www.columbia.edu/kermit/utf8.html looks pretty good, with
> the exception of Mongolian and other rare scripts.
> I don't think it's got any math.
It has – once you've found the simple text file I named: http://
www.columbia.edu/kermit/ftp/charsets/utf8.txt.
Then you just need to navigate to the right blocks:
2000..206F; General Punctuation
2070..209F; Superscripts and Subscripts
2100..214F; Letterlike Symbols
2150..218F; Number Forms
2190..21FF; Arrows
2200..22FF; Mathematical Operators
27C0..27EF; Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-A
27F0..27FF; Supplemental Arrows-A
2900..297F; Supplemental Arrows-B
2980..29FF; Miscellaneous Mathematical Symbols-B
2A00..2AFF; Supplemental Mathematical Operators
2B00..2BFF; Miscellaneous Symbols and Arrows
What this text file is not providing are characters from the
Supplementary Multilingual Plane (SMP, the previous characters are
from the Basic Multilingual Plane, BMP):
1D400..1D7FF; Mathematical Alphanumeric Symbols
These are alphabet and digit sets of characters from the US-ASCII
block plus Greek in particular shapes (blackboard/hollow/double-
stroke/struck, gothic/Fraktur, script, serif, sans-serif, monospaced,
upright, italic, bold, bold-italic). This is the area of Unicode
maths with not many fonts supporting them (Code2001, Asana Math,
STIX, FreeSerif, Unicode Symbol, MS Cambria?).
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Pete
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