Latex Output UTF8

Anonymous avatarAnonymous created an issue

Thanks, first of all for the great package.

However, I am having trouble getting a UTF8 document compiled in Latex. First of all Sphinx includes by default


where, to my knowledge it is advisable to


At least this way I can get rid of some of the errors caused by unicode characters. Now, still a code fragment

.. code-block:: cpp

define { CAPITAL [ΆΈΉΊΌΎ-Ϋ] LOWERCASE [ά-ώ] NUMBER [0-9][0-9.,]+ }

is translated into latex-code as

\begin{Verbatim}[commandchars=@\[\]] define { CAPITAL @PYGZlb[]ΆΈΉΊΌΎ-Ϋ@PYGZrb[] LOWERCASE @PYGZlb[]ά-ώ@PYGZrb[] NUMBER @PYGZlb[]0-9@PYGZrb[]@PYGZlb[]0-9.,@PYGZrb[]+ } .....

which causes latex to complain:

(/usr/share/texmf/tex/latex/ucs/data/uni-3.def) ! Undefined control sequence. <argument> \textAlpha

l.3280 ...ITAL @PYGZlb[]ΆΈΉΊΌΎ-Ϋ@PYGZrb[]

And here is where I am lost. I have no clue how to fix that.

Best Regards


Comments (4)

  1. Anonymous

    No, putting utf8x helps to get things like the '>=' sign correct, but it is not enough.

    There is something weird going on.

    Best Regards


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