On 10/09/2013 08:47 AM, Anthony Easthope wrote:
Forgive me if I am wrong but I thought that there where programs such as
LATEX/LyX tools that are for this purpose?
I suspect that this is the wrong list to discuss this issue, but anyway.
There is a TeX macro that does what is required for critical editions,
but its usage is even more arcane than that the typical TeX maco.
Then there is the not so little issue of TeX's monolingualism.
For the type of critical edition described in the RFE, it is not
uncommon for sentences to contain glyphs from two or more different
writing systems, apart from being in two or three different languages.
This is something that should be doable as an extension.
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