[XeTeX] Unicode editor on Mac (for indian languages like devanagari, kannada etc)

Joachim Trinkwitz jtr at uni-bonn.de
Tue Aug 4 19:51:18 CEST 2009

Am 30.07.2009 um 16:31 schrieb Rembrandt Wolpert:

> I think you shouldn't use the built-in emacs, but use a "windowed"  
> version, such as the one you can download from Apple's site: http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/unix_open_source/carbonemacspackage.html 
> . It has decent (Xe)(La)Tex support.

Much better is Aquamacs (http://aquamacs.org/), which not only has a  
Mac look, but works mostly as any other Mac editor (regarding cut &  
paste, key combos etc.), but has all the features of the original  
Emacs, if one wishes so. It's actively maintained, a v. 2 preview is  
available, but you should go with 1.8 for now.


Dr. Joachim Trinkwitz     E-Mail: jtr at uni-bonn.de
Institut für Germanistik, Tel.: 0228-737565
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