[XeTeX] OT?: Interesting? post about LuaTeX on usenet:comp.text.tex

William Adams will.adams at frycomm.com
Thu Aug 10 14:57:31 CEST 2006

My apologies to those who get this twice for the wasted bandwidth.



There's a note about XeTeX at the end of it.

There was also an hilarious exchange between David Kastrup and  
Jonathan Fine about a dungeon cell and spoons....


Sorry, maybe I'm easily amused. The interesting thing on the latter  
was it reminded me that I should try to compile ANT (Achim  
Blumensath's ANT is Not TeX) again. Jonathan, I'm curious if you've  
had occasion to try this out or examine it --- the license is public  
domain if memory serves....

Not sure what should be done about any discussion on this or where  
it'd be appropriate. I'm thinking the XeTeX list since it's not Mac- 
specific necessarily (I just see it in those terms since that's where  
I work a lot).


William Adams
senior graphic designer
Fry Communications

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