[texhax] Has anyone created bilingual translations with a tex package.

Einar Arnason einar at kjoi.lif.hi.is
Sun Sep 7 14:14:54 CEST 2003


there is a package parallel on CTAN
that may do the trick


Einar Arnason                       einar at lif.hi.is
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On Sat, 6 Sep 2003, W. Craig Carter wrote:

> I am about to start a translation project and am wondering
> if someone else has done something similar.
> You might have seen bilingual translations where, say, english
> appears on the odd (left-hand-leaf) and , say, the translated
> french appears on the even (right-hand-leaf).  The pages match
> up so that a reader can check their abilities to translate.
> I'd like to do a similar project, with the addition of extra material
> such as figures and equations and references, of having an original
> and my translation show up side-by-side.
> Anyone have an idea of the best way to proceed? Thanks.
> W. Craig Carter
> Lord Foundation Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
> MIT, Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering 13-5018  77 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139-4307 USA
> 617-253-6048  ccarter at mit.edu http://pruffle.mit.edu/~ccarter http://pruffle.mit.edu/~ccarter/I_do_not_use_microsoft.html
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