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CTAN submission – MonIVu, Mon.Type1, ui-24.def and ctib

Date: July 2, 2002 4:51:06 PM CEST
----- Forwarded message from Oliver Corff ----- Today, you'll find in the /incoming directory of ftp.dante.de the following files: 1. ctib.tar.gz The latest version of ctib, 0.6, has a greatly enhanced repertoire of glyphs and more than a dozen new ligatures (Tibetan stacks), and a lot of new punctuation symbols. More or less the whole Unicode range of symbols is covered, too. The work is based on Sam Sirlin's Tibetan fonts. Please note that upgrading to ctib 0.6 requires recompilation of old documents as the font layout has changed. ctib.tar.gz goes into CTAN:language/tibetan/ctib and replaces all previous files completely. 2. montexivu.tar.gz This latest version of MonTeX features many more Latin input encodings (all those a standard installation offers), an overhauled documentation, and, for the first time, experimental Unicode support for utf8-encoded Mongolian. Please note that upgrading to MonTeX IVu requires the presence of the utf8 input encoding system and there the file uni-24.def, containing the Mongolian plane (U+1800) of Unicode. montexivu.tar.gz goes into CTAN:language/mongolian/montex. 3. montex.type1 A collection of Type1 outline files for the Mongolian scripts of MonTeX. These allow the pleasant display of Mongolian and Manju in PostScript and PDF documents. These fonts were contributed by Apostolos Syropoulos. They should be placed into CTAN:language/mongolian/montex/contrib. A detailed README file with instructions will follow later. 4. uni-24.def The definition for plane U+1800 of Unicode, containing Traditional Mongolian. This file should go into the ../data directory of the ucs/utf8 input encoding package (I happen to ignore where this is located, unfortunately...) ----- End forwarded message ----- Thanks for the uploads. I installed the new versions of ctib and montex in CTAN:/tex-archive/language/tibetan/ctib CTAN:/tex-archive/language/mongolian/montex as suggested. And I installed the Unicode definition file in CTAN:/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/supported/unicode/data/uni-24.def (pending the inclusion of this file in Dominique Unruh's sources) Reinhard Zierke for the CTAN team

unicode – Extended UTF-8 input encoding for

This bundle has been renamed to ucs, to which users should switch (note that the package name has not changed, merely that of the enclosing bundle).

Version 2004-10-17
MaintainerWolfgang Jeltsch
Dominique Unruh (inactive)



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