[XeTeX] The future of XeTeX
P.Taylor at rhul.ac.uk
Tue Jul 31 00:29:42 CEST 2012
Martin Schröder wrote:
> That's why you should use ConTeXt or LaTeX, which will isolate your
> document from differences in the engine.
Yes, and I should drive an automatic so I don't have to worry
about which gear I should be in. In fact, I should employ
a chauffeur, so I don't have to worry about driving at all.
But I /enjoy/ driving, and I /enjoy/ using my gearbox; in fact,
I enjoy taking full responsibility for everything I do with
my car (short of servicing it, which I leave to the experts).
And I feel exactly the same about TeX. So, "thanks but no
thanks" : canned solutions may be fine for some, perhaps even
for most; but for some of us, finding our own solutions is a
far far far more rewarding way of life.
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