tipauni – Producing Unicode characters with TIPA commands
Package TIPA uses the T3 encoding for producing IPA characters. The package is widely used in the field of linguistics, but because of the old encoding, the output documents are less productive than Unicode-based documents.
This package redefines most of the TIPA-commands for outputting Unicode characters. Users can now use their beloved TIPA shortcuts with the benefits of Unicode, i.e. searchability, copy-pasting, changing the font and many more.
As this package needs the fontspec package for loading an IPA font, it needs to be compiled with XeLaTeX or LuaLaTeX.
This package can also be viewed as an ASCII-based input method for producing IPA characters in Unicode.
It needs the Charis SIL font for printing IPA characters.
|Licenses||GNU General Public License, version 3 or newer|
Free Documentation License
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