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CTAN Update Front End v5.4 for OS/2

Date: December 6, 2004 11:13:18 PM CET
On Mon, 6 Dec 2004, Walter Schmidt submitted the new release 5.4 of the EPM TeX Front End, a module for the OS/2 editor EPM, which turns the editor into an integrated TeX environment. The TeX Front End is primarily made for use with the TeX system VTeX/2. Main news with this release: * All particular features of the former "professional" version, including the live menu, are now made available also with the precompiled (linkable) version. Special thanks to Andreas Schnellbacher! * The `classic' flavor of the TFE (the one for use with emTeX) is no longer shipped as a precompiled module. It can, however, still be compiled from the sources. * Both the source code and the ready-made module are compatible with NEPMD 1.01 and later. See the file NEWS for further details. Thanks for the update For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf

– A sophisticated typesetting engine

is a typesetting system that incorporates a macro processor. A source document specifies or incorporates a number of macro definitions that instruct the engine how to typeset the document. The engine also uses font metrics generated by , or by any of several other mechanisms that incorporate fonts from other sources into an environment suitable for .

has been, and continues, a basis and an inspiration for several other programs, including e- and PDF.

The distribution includes the source of Knuth’s book; this source is there to read, as an example of writing — it should not be processed without Knuth’s direct permission.

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