[texhax] TeX or LaTeX "engine" for Windows PC
Dr R. Hasson
R.Hasson at open.ac.uk
Wed Mar 8 10:55:10 CET 2006
Karl Berry wrote:
> interested in using an existing TeX package such as MiKTeX
> If you install a minimal subset of miktex (or tex live), you'll pretty
> much have "bare bones" TeX. A binary by itself is of no use; it needs
> many supporting font and macro files to actually typeset anything.
> That's what the distributions are all about.
For a program that doesn't need all the supporting font and macro
definitions you could look at mimeTeX:
it converts tex input into gifs for inclusion in web pages, but the
original poster might be able to modify it to suit.
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