Re: foreign language characters

Subject: Re: foreign language characters
From: Chris Maden <crism@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 14 Nov 1997 11:24:39 -0500
[I said]
>                                 (("[replacement text for schewa]")
>                                  (string #\o))
> where (string #\o) creates the character "o" which, when cloaked with
> the SIL Hebrew font, will look like a schewa.

Oops.  (string ...) generates a *string*, not a flow object; that
should be

(make character
      char: #\o)


(literal (string #\o))

The first is probably preferable.

You might be able to hack around with the glyph tables referred to in
12.6.11, but I haven't done anything with those.

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