From: Philipp Reichmuth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Aug 08 2004 - 11:56:00 CDT
Sue and Maurice Bauhahn schrieb:
> Hence, my strong preference is XeTeX (pronounced: zeetek) because it is free
> (and generates PDF output directly). It does not have real-time graphic
> output update, however (it may take 30 seconds to run a tagged text file
> through the system and open the resulting PDF file). I'm quite hopeful that
> it will be relatively simple to pass other varieties of tagged text through
> style sheets set up for XeTeX.
How about bibliographies - does XeTeX handle Unicode in bibliographies
at all? This has for long been the worst weakness of TeX and all
TeX-based systems with respect to Unicode. I'm still keeping my
bibliographic databases in 7-bit ASCII because of this. It makes me
feel like I'm on some kind of eighties revival event.
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