[XeTeX] OS X fonts.

Alain Schremmer Schremmer.Alain at verizon.net
Wed Jul 28 02:58:38 CEST 2004

Thank you for your suggestion. It certainly is something I could live 
with but I will have to run it with the GNU people.

> The issue is whether or no a document can be processed readily w/o 
> recourse to proprietary software (note that
> ``SGML or XML for which the DTD and/or
>   processing tools are not generally available''
> is considered opaque).
> The issue is whether or no Mac OS X and ATSUI can be considered 
> ``generally available'', which may depend upon the context.
> It's certainly generally available if one is authoring a document of 
> interest only to people running Mac OS X, but for more general 
> audiences this probably isn't the case.
> At work, I try to always set up a document so that it uses a matched 
> pair of packages:
>  - a ``stub'' which provides a \newcommand{} for all document-specific 
> markup which provides a reasonable representation w/o layout-specific 
> techniques
>  - a finished style which \renewcommand{}s all such as needed to 
> achieve the final layout
> An author will get the stub package and the finished style will be 
> commented out when source is returned to the author.
> William
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