CTAN update: armtex
ArmTeX (a system for writing in Armenian with TeX and LaTeX) was updated from version 3.0-beta3 to version 3.0-beta4. This update includes some minor corrections, as well as several new commands related to using Armenian letters in math mode. Also, to better follow the CTAN policy, ArmTeX was repacked in a more "flat" manner. Nevertheless, for installation on a "real" TeX system, we provide the file "armtex.tds.zip" which contains a "TDS-packaged" version (which uses the directory structure of the previous versions). The main (and hopefully the only) reason to keep this version in "beta" state is still the outdated documentation: the provided manuals (both the Armenian and English versions) are the (almost unchanged) manuals of ArmTeX 2.0. However, a description of the new features of ArmTeX 3.0 is provided at the end of the "README" file.
This package is located at https://mirrors.ctan.org/language/armenian/armtex More information is at https://www.ctan.org/pkg/armtex
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armtex – A system for writing in Armenian with TeX and LaTeX
ArmTeX is a system for typesetting Armenian text with Plain TeX or LaTeX(2e). It may be used with input:
- from a standard Latin keyboard without any special encoding and/or support for Armenian letters,
- from any keyboard which uses an encoding that has Armenian letters in the second half (characters 128-255) of the extended ASCII table (for example ArmSCII8 Armenian standard),
- from an Armenian keyboard using UTF-8 encoding.
Users should note that the manuals still mostly describe the previous version of the package (ArmTeX 2.0). However, a description of the new features of ArmTeX 3.0 is provided at the end of the README file.