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Verbatim, wrappable and Unicode text included from a file

I am trying to output several megabytes of UTF8 text into a printable format. As enscript and friends don't like Unicode, this Unix SE question soon turned to LaTeX. Summary of requirements: ...
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Declare additional Unicode characters in verbatim environments in a Pandoc-generated file

I generate a PDF document via LaTeX with Pandoc. I want to use some additional characters in verbatim environments that are not available by default. Here's a sample input: Math: $\downarrow$ ...
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inputenc error with unicode chars and verbatim

I am writing a package where I need to save the contents of several environments in verbatim mode to an auxiliary file. Then the auxiliary file is processed by an external program. In the next ...
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encoding problem with \verbatiminput : Package inputenc Error: Unicode char \u8: not set up for use with LaTeX

I'm trying to import some logs files using \verbatiminput to do a automatic report from our logs. I got some encoding problem. My objective: import some logs files with various special char (included ...
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How to import a text file (with accent, special chars)

I got some text file (logs) that I want to import I saw this post: How do I import a text file so that it becomes the body text of my LaTeX document? which work, but all the special chars (UTF-8) are ...
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unicode \begin{verbatim} with cmtt?

A lot of leading-edge programming languages (like Coq and Agda) allow nearly unrestricted use of unicode symbols in program text, so you can have math characters like $\otimes$ (Unicode U+2A02) as ...