I'm writing a little BibTeX exporter for the publication database of my institute. We do have a lot of authors with all kind of weird characters in their names, which get the "WTF is Unicode?"-treatment from BibTeX.
As I have to preprocess author names and titles before exporting anyway, I thought that I could replace as much unicode characters as possible with their LaTeX equivalent. There's an image with such a mapping on bibtex.org:
But that image is
- incomplete (e.g. capital German umlauts are missing) and
- not of much use to me in this form.
Does someone know of such a mapping that is as complete as possible and available in a machine-readable format?
Edit: Juan's XML is probably as complete as it gets (I'll post a Python dictionary reduced to unicode and LaTeX on github). But in the meantime, I also found the mapping that Zotero uses. It can be found in their SVN-Repository.