[XeTeX] Usage problem

Ali Majdzadeh ali.majdzadeh at gmail.com
Fri Nov 23 16:36:46 CET 2007

Thanks in advance. I am totally new to TeX and I have chosen XeTeX to start.
Thanks again for your attention. By the way, should I post error messages I
faced during the install process in Redhat 9?

Kind Regards,

2007/11/23, Jonathan Kew <jonathan_kew at sil.org>:
> On 22 Nov 2007, at 5:03 pm, Ali Majdzadeh wrote:
> > Hello Jonathan
> > Thanks a lot and also sorry for my elementary questions. By the
> > way, can you suggest a good tutorial on XeTeX? Are those LaTeX (TeX
> > and ...) tutorials also valid for XeTeX?
> Generally yes; the formatting process and markup language is the
> same. The main differences come in font declarations, and anything to
> do with text encoding, but that's just a small part of the overall
> document formatting process.
> I don't know of a tutorial specifically for XeTeX. There are a
> variety of small example files, mostly in "plain" XeTeX to
> demonstrate individual features, in an archive on the web site,
> though some of them are due for updating. Most users are working with
> XeLaTeX -- i.e., the LaTeX macro package running on XeTeX -- and the
> key XeTeX-related package there is fontspec (for font selection), for
> which Will has written an extensive manual (included in TeX Live).
> JK
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