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# README for the itrans package, 5.32

                    Version 5.32, of the itrans package
     (Supports Devanagari, Gujarati, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Tamil,
                    Punjabi, and Romanized Sanskrit)

This is a package for printing text in Indian language scripts.

This package only does the transliteration mapping, the fonts
may be developed elsewhere.

ITRANS is distributed in the following archives:

    itransNN.zip  - ITRANS source code (Unix format) in a ZIP archive
                      - also includes binary for MS-DOS
                  - includes docs in .itx (ITRANS) format
    itransfn.zip  - fonts for use with ITRANS
    iupdateN.zip  - Updates to itransNN.zip [when needed]

    [pre-compiled binary archives, includes fonts for use with ITRANS]
    itransNN-i386.tgz   - for i386 Linux platforms (tested on Slackware)
    itransNN-win32.zip  - for Win32 (Windows 95/NT or newer)

    itransht.zip  - docs in HTML (using Ross Moore's Latex2HTML for ITRANS)
    itransps.zip  - docs in PostScript format, for printing.

----- Navigating the complexities of ITRANS:
 Beginning users: Consult these files: idoc.itx and other *.itx files in the
 doc/ directory, and if you have to deal with installation issues, also
 check out INSTALL.unix or INSTALL.pc in the top directory.

Also, check out the ITRANS home page for more info and links to the
Online ITRANS interface and other e-mail tools that make using ITRANS
much easier, no installation required:


Previous release ITRANS users: See the CHANGES file for list of changes.


Directories & Files (all directories have README files with more info):

src/            ITRANS source code, and makefiles.
                Also includes binary for Linux (ELF) and MS-DOS.

INSTALL.unix    Installation instructions for ITRANS on Unix systems.
INSTALL.pc      Installation instructions for ITRANS on DOS/Win systems.

TRANS.TXT       Quick review of the ITRANS encoding table.

CHANGES         list of changes between consecutive released ITRANS versions.

lib/fonts       All fonts used by ITRANS.

lib/fonts/README    List all font files in lib/fonts and their uses.

itrans.lst, itransps.lst, itransht.lst, itransfn.lst
		List of files in the respective ITRANS archives

lib/            Input files that define char composition - the *.ifm files.
                Also contains examples of environment variables needed,
                dvipsrc scripts, etc.

doc/            ITRANS documentation.

doc/idoc.itx    The main ITRANS manual
		(all docs also available in PostScript and HTML formats).

doc/ex_*.itx    Example input files, for LaTeX, HTML, Unicode, etc output.

contrib/        Additional files and tools that may be useful.

    COPYRIGHT file has licensing information - Simplified BSD License.
Avinash Chopde
e-mail: avinash@aczoom.com
home page: http://www.aczoom.com/


itrans-pro­ces­sor – Translit­er­a­tion of In­dian Lan­guages

Itrans is a pre-pro­ces­sor: it con­verts English-en­coded text into var­i­ous In­dian Lan­guage scripts for print­ing or for dis­play.

The in­put text to itrans is in a translit­er­ated form: each let­ter in an In­dian Script is as­signed an English equiv­a­lent, and the English let­ters are used to rep­re­sent what will even­tu­ally print out in the In­dian Lan­guage Script.

Home pagehttp://www.ac­zoom.com/itrans/
Li­cense Free li­cense not oth­er­wise listed, or more than one free li­cense ap­plies
Main­tainer Av­inash Chopde
Topics al­ter­na­tive markup scheme
sup­port for lan­guages of the In­dian sub­con­ti­nent
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