http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=341947 and bug 7002 have attached a
PDF where the font (Minion) has entries of the form uniXXXX (e.g. uni015E) in
its mapping tables.
Poppler should probably handle these (as U+XXXX).
Patch attached to bug 8986.
Wouter, I haven't been able to test my patch because I don't have any PDF's
which both use the uniXXXX mapping type and actually use those characters, and
don't have the right fonts to create such PDFs.
Would you be able to create a PDF similar to that attached to bug 7002, but with
the following characters:
U+015E Ş LATIN CAPITAL LETTER S WITH CEDILLA
U+015F ş LATIN SMALL LETTER S WITH CEDILLA
U+2190 ← LEFTWARDS ARROW
U+2192 → RIGHTWARDS ARROW
U+25A0 ■ BLACK SQUARE
space followed by U+030F ̏ COMBINING DOUBLE GRAVE ACCENT
Minion also seems to contain some mappings into the PUA, but I've no idea what
those are for.
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