> The problem is that that's only a dirty trick that is not supposed to
> work and might stop working in the future, so I would rather try not
> to rely on it. A better interface for XeTeX typescripts (something
> similar to fontspec) is missing heavily.

I prefer use opentype features xxxx than add some non-standard
definition like fontspec.
so I dont think fontspec do a good job.

You can always use
xxxx=yes, xxxx=yes]

\definefontsynonym[a font name][a physical font][features=myfontfeatures]

in LuaTeX and XeTeX.
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