Welcome to CJK version 4.8.4 (18-Apr-2015), a LaTeX2e macro package which enables the use of CJK scripts (Chinese/Japanese/Korean) in various encodings, written by Werner Lemberg <email@example.com>. A mailing list exists at firstname.lastname@example.org; to subscribe, send a mail with the subject `subscribe' (without the quotes) to email@example.com. A web interface can be found at https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/cjk-list If you are interested in the process of development you may observe http://git.savannah.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=cjk.git;a=summary to see the commitments to the git repository of the CJK package, and which also provides snapshots. The home site of the CJK package is http://cjk.ffii.org Additionally, the latest non-development version can be found on all CTAN hosts and its mirrors in the directory <CTAN>/language/chinese. The package comes in two parts: cjk-4.8.4.tar.gz: The source files. Needed for all platforms. cjk-4.8.4-doc.tar.gz: Preformatted documentation files: DVI, PS, output from cjk-enc.el, etc. Note that on CTAN and its mirrors, the `src' archive is unpacked; you must thus get all files and subdirectories from language/chinese/CJK/. ---End of README---
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cjk – CJK language support
CJK is a macro package for LaTeX, providing simultaneous support for various Asian scripts in many encodings (including Unicode):
- Chinese (both traditional and simplified),
- Korean and
A special add-on feature is an interface to the Emacs editor (cjk-enc.el) which gives simultaneous, easy-to-use support to a bunch of other scripts in addition to the above — Cyrillic, Greek, Latin-based scripts, Russian and Vietnamese are supported.
|License||GNU General Public License|
|Contained in||TeX Live as cjk|
|MiKTeX as cjk|
support for typesetting, and documentation in Thai|
support for typesetting Chinese languages
font selection, mapping, etc.
support for typesetting Korean
support for typesetting Japanese
fonts for far eastern languages (Chinese, Japanese and Korean)