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[Groff] grohtml and Cyrillic

From: Werner LEMBERG
Subject: [Groff] grohtml and Cyrillic
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 09:05:58 +0100 (CET)


I've added Cyrillic entities to grohtml's fonts.  To avoid zillions of
warnings, special care must be taken to select a proper font which is
used during the PS run.  The easiest way is to add the following at
the beginning of the document:

  .if '\*[.T]'ps' \
  .  fam UT

Here we assume that `UT' (which I use privately for URW Times) selects
a font family which actually has Cyrillic glyphs.

Note that the warnings are harmless if you don't have tables or
similar things which actually need -Tps for proper rendering.

I wonder whether it makes sense to add an option to grohtml so that no
PS run is executed.  Instead of calling groff with -Tps it should emit
warning messages like `warning: table in line XXX won't be
converted'.  My question: Is this possible at all?


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