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CTAN submission – CJK version 4.5.2

Date: March 28, 2003 12:47:50 PM CET
----- Forwarded message from Werner LEMBERG ----- I've uploaded the archives cjk-4.5.2.tar.gz cjk-4.5.2-doc.tar.gz to ftp.dante.de/incoming. Please replace the old CJK version in language/chinese/CJK with the new one. In the archive, the top directory is called cjk-4.5.2 -- maybe it is better to rename this to 4_5.2 as with the previous archive. The archive cjk-4.5.2-doc.tar.gz should not be unpacked. Below is a proper announcement. Thanks in advance. Werner ====================================================================== CJK 4.5.2 ========= CJK 4.5.2 is available from ftp://ftp.dante.de/pub/tex/language/chinese/CJK and other CTAN hosts and its mirrors. Following the CTAN rules, the source files of CJK are unpacked. Additionally, the archive CJK-4.5.2-doc.tar.gz is available which provides some CJK documentation and example files in various output formats. Current development snapshots (updated twice a day) are available from ftp://ftp.ffii.org/pub/cjk/devel/. Bug reports should go to cjk-bug at ffii.org. CJK is a macro package for LaTeX, providing simultaneous support for various Asian scripts in many encodings (including Unicode): Chinese (both traditional and simplified) Japanese Korean Thai 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 Vietnamese See below for the relevant snippet from the history file. Enjoy! Werner ====================================================================== Version 4.5.2: new: 28-Mar-2003 The new macro \CJKnohwkatakana prevents the use of the C49 encoding for half-width katakana; instead, the characters are mapped to full-width glyphs. The opposite command is \CJKhwkatakana (the default). Improved support for pseudo-vertical typesetting. . CJKvert.sty provides new commands \CJKvert (the default) and \CJKhorz to toggle pseudo-vertical typesetting. . After loading CJKvert.sty, LaTeX reads file `<foo>.fdv' (if it exists) immediately after reading `<foo>.fd'. Such a file contains additional information how to typeset a font vertically. Most importantly, outline fonts can be configured so that they are rotated with the graphicx package, making it work with both dvips and pdfTeX. See `vertical.doc' for more information. errors: \CJKchar sometimes didn't accept 7bit representations. pinyin.sty: Added missing syllables \chua, \den, \rua. Make it work properly in tables. contrib/wadalab: Older versions of the `makefont' script produce bad hints for all Wadalab fonts. Either use the new version to regenerate all fonts or use the new script `fixwada' to correct fonts created with an old version of `makefont'. EUC-TW.chr: Make it really work. ----- End forwarded message ----- Thanks for the upload. I installed it as suggested in CTAN:language/chinese/CJK/ and the documentation in CTAN:language/chinese/cjk-4.5.2-doc.tar.gz, replacing the old version 4.5.1. Reinhard Zierke for the CTAN team

cjk – CJK language support

CJK is a macro package for , providing simultaneous support for various Asian scripts in many encodings (including Unicode):

  • Chinese (both traditional and simplified),
  • Japanese,
  • Korean and
  • Thai.

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.

Packagecjk
Version4.8.4 2015-04-18
MaintainerWerner Lemberg

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