[Tugindia] Malayalam and Sanskrit
jyoti.mickey at gmail.com
Thu May 29 14:54:30 CEST 2008
Yes, that is the perfect way to do it in one file! But, as he said,
each language has to be typed separately.
On 25/05/2008, Swami Pallasena <swami at math.mun.ca> wrote:
> Another solution is to use the two excellent packages by A.J.Alex,
> Malayalam Omega 1.0.2, Tamil omega 1.0.2 (sarovar.org)
> and Devanagari support for Omega. In Yudit Unicode Editor,
> then, one can type a .tex file in Unicode, and run through
> the sequence of standard commands: lambda, odvips (to covert
> DVI to PS), ps2pdf (to convert PS to PDF) and it works fine,
> all working in a single file. One can then get Tamil, Malayalam,
> and Devanagari. But each language has to be typed separately.
> On Sat, 24 May 2008, Guy wrote:
>> I don't have any experience with Malayalam, but Jonathan Kew's XeTeX
>> works beautifully for Devanagari (presuming that's the script you want
>> for Sanskrit); I would imagine Malayalam is also handled. XeTex is
>> unicode-capable and in not requiring a preprocessor is great for
>> multilingual (or multiscript) documents. See the XeTeX site and
>> mailing list (ever helpful).
>> good luck,
>> On Thu, May 22, 2008 at 4:30 PM, c puram <chith.puram at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I am interested in typing a sloka in Sanskrit, Malayalam and English. Is
>>> possible to do that by using the same text for the verse?
>>> If so, what are the packages that I need? I assume that they will be
>>> available on www.sarovar.org.
>>> Please clarify.
>>> Chith Puram
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