[XeTeX] XeLaTeX and math --- a structural design query

Nicolas Vaughan nivaca at gmail.com
Thu Jun 18 05:34:44 CEST 2009

I have been commissioned by a university to design a collection of
monographs on mathematics. I should be providing a class file, a user manual
and a typeset example.
At the outset, I decided to work in XeLaTeX, since this is the system I have
been working with lately, and with which I feel quite comfortable.
However, some folks have told me that, since I know not what the precise
content of the monographs will be (apart from the usual LaTeX packages and
AMS commands and environments), there is a risk there might be a clash
between XeLaTeX and the content (e.g., with commutative diagrams, perhaps?).
What do you suggest? Should I stick to plain old LaTeX, or should I go all
the way through with XeLaTeX?
Thanks for any ideas.
Nicolas Vaughan
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