[OS X TeX] Publicon TeX, Unicode?

Alexandre Enkerli aenkerli at indiana.edu
Fri Feb 11 00:38:23 CET 2005

Le 10 févr. 2005, à 08:31, Mark Smith a écrit :
> how Publicon develops on OS X. At the moment it has a nice document 
> model and is stable enough for use, but its restricted in terms of OS 
> X citizenship
Am giving it a try right now. Very interesting. It does seem to offer 
good LaTeX support in a very straightforward way. A bit like LyX but 
with much more "academic user" features (importing references, formula 
editor...). Strangely enough, it doesn't really seem to support Unicode 
characters (which would be extremely useful for IPA). Actually, it does 
include "\unicode{<number>}" in the LaTeX output, but these aren't 
typeset with the preset preamble (anybody remembers how to get these to 
work?). Overall, very interesting concept.

Of course, it's not cheap ($149 for the student version) but it might 
be worth it for some users...

Thanks for the notice!

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