Incomplete/incorrect entries in LaTeX table

Bug #295434 reported by Plareplane on 2008-11-08
This bug affects 1 person
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scim-tables (Ubuntu)
LI Daobing

Bug Description

The current LaTeX table is not very comprehensive, and some symbols are incorrect as well (for example ⊤ is associated with \bot!). I have modified my local copy using data from Will Robertson's unicode-math.tex. Will it be possible to push this to Debian or even further upstream?

Plareplane (plareplane) on 2008-11-08
description: updated
Plareplane (plareplane) wrote :

I converted unicode-math.tex into scim table format and manually added the few symbols that were in the old but not unicode-math.tex.

Plareplane (plareplane) wrote :

I expand the description, the correct associatation is
\top ⊤
\bot ⊥ (for bottom)

LI Daobing (lidaobing) on 2009-04-04
Changed in scim-tables (Ubuntu):
assignee: nobody → lidaobing
status: New → Confirmed
LI Daobing (lidaobing) wrote :

the \top and \bot bug is reported to upstream as bug sf#2730018

the new is reported to upstream as bug sf#2730024:

Rolf Leggewie (r0lf) wrote :

The upstream ticket is marked as closed. Is there anything left to be done here?

Changed in scim-tables (Ubuntu):
status: Confirmed → Incomplete

On my 14.04 LTS ubuntu Laptop, \bot still gives “⊤” . I have the version 0.5.13-1ubuntu1 (see below), which, I think, is the latest version available on Trusty/

fred@zeno~$ apt show scim-tables-additional |head -8

WARNING: apt does not have a stable CLI interface yet. Use with caution in scripts.

Package: scim-tables-additional
Priority: optional
Section: universe/utils
Installed-Size: 229 kB
Maintainer: Ubuntu Developers <email address hidden>
Original-Maintainer: Tz-Huan Huang <email address hidden>
Source: scim-tables
Version: 0.5.13-1ubuntu1

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