[XeTeX] XeTeX in lshort
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Tue Oct 5 19:49:41 CEST 2010
Am 05.10.2010 um 12:46 schrieb Dominik Wujastyk:
> This is completely wrong, and anachronistic. SGML was born long
> after TeX
> and LaTeX.
You probably mean that ISO standard on SGML from 1986 (8879). There is
none for any TeX dialect...
William W. Tunnicliffe had the idea of SGML at least one decade before
Knuth complained about the new look of his books. When SGML became an
established ISO standard, in 1986, Knuth was so satisfied with the
output of TeX82 and gave a party.
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