dvipdfmx – An extended version of dvipdfm
Dvipdfmx (formerly dvipdfm-cjk) is a development of dvipdfm created to support multi-byte character encodings and large character sets for East Asian languages. Dvipdfmx, if “called” with the name dvipdfm, operates in a “dvipdfm compatibility” mode, so that users of the both packages need only keep one executable.
A secondary design goal is to support as many “PDF” features as does pdfTeX.
The current version of the package is no longer maintained on CTAN as a separate entity; development now takes place within the TeX Live framework, and it is no longer available as a separate package. For download, support, and other information, please see TeX Live. However, the information on this page is maintained and should be current.
|Licenses||GNU General Public License|
|Copyright||2002–2004 Jin-Hwan Cho and Shunsaku Hirata|
The TeX Live Team
Jin-Hwan Cho (inactive)
Matthias Franz (inactive)
Khaled Hosny (inactive)
Mark A. Wicks (inactive)
Peter Breitenlohner (deceased)
|Contained in||TeX Live as dvipdfmx|
MiKTeX as dvipdfmx
|Topics||DVI to PDF|
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