Very recent breakage luatex85.sty and cmap.sty
maximilian.noethe at tu-dortmund.de
Fri Feb 5 15:36:55 CET 2021
To chime in a bit: sphinx should probably adjust its templates depending
on tex engine used.
For xelatex and lualatex you most probably want to use fontspec /
unicode-math for encoding and font handling
instead of inputenc/fontenc/cmap.
On 05.02.21 14:15, Jonathan Fine wrote:
> On Fri, Feb 5, 2021 at 12:31 PM Norbert Preining
> <norbert at preining.info <mailto:norbert at preining.info>> wrote:
> Just to give a bit of background - but consider that I am not an
> here - the problem arose with Sphinx documentation, the default
> documentation system in Python, which generates code for html/pdf/...
> For generating pdf it uses xelatex and lualatex (AFAIS ... don't
> bite me
> if I am wrong) and there are some templates that generate the
> As both a TeX and Python user I can provide some more information, or
> at least links.
> https://docs.python.org/3/ <https://docs.python.org/3/> states that
> it's generated using Sphinx 2.4.4.
> <https://www.sphinx-doc.org/en/master/latex.html> gives information
> about use of xelatex and lualatex. There's a change in font handing in
> Sphinx 4.0.0.
> https://readthedocs.org/ <https://readthedocs.org/> hosts automated
> document generation for Sphinx and other systems. It's a major
> publisher of Sphinx documentation, which it generates from source.
> Here's some relevant URLs from Read The Docs.
> Here's a suggestion. Create a simple Sphinx project, submit to
> ReadTheDocs, and see if it builds correctly. Then, somehow, repeat the
> build with the new TeXLive. This might help experts catch and fix
> problems before users discover them.
> I hope at least some of this helps.
> with best regards
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