[tex-live] Multilingual LaTeX: Greek, English, and UTF-8
debacle at debian.org
Tue Sep 13 23:22:28 CEST 2005
On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 12:44:06AM +0400, Alexej Kryukov wrote:
> Unfortunately, there is no relevant resource, because Omega developers
> don't care about such things, and the whole project looks abandoned.
> Again, unfortunately, currently you can't use omega out of box (e. g.
> after installing teTeX or TL), because omega's texmf part is broken for
Maybe I'm not adventurous enough for using omega now.
> Omega/Lambda). You can find more information about it in antomega manual
> (available on CTAN at
I just read briefly through the document. What languages are
supported? Simplified (and Traditional) Chinese? Arabic?
> is a latex-based format for omega. So if you document is UTF-8
> encoded and has a latex syntax, then it probably should be already
> compatible with antomega. Only preamble needs to be changed.
This sounds better :-)
As I'm only an end-user of both tetex and texlive, (how) can I
just use antomega, e.g. by installing texlive?
W. Borgert <debacle at debian.org>, http://people.debian.org/~debacle/
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