This document gives an overview about the developments that followed TeX: its children (new engines that provide more features) and its friends (formats based on TeX or newer engines, programs that help you when working with TeX etc.)
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tex-overview – An overview of the development of TeX
The document gives a short overview of TeX and its children, as well as the macro packages LaTeX and ConTeXt.
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|Maintainer||Arno L Trautmann|
|Contained in||TeX Live as tex-overview|
|MiKTeX as tex-overview|