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Direc­tory tex-archive/obsolete/language/manju/manjutex

Package name:		ManjuTeX (Manju for TeX)
Package authors:	Oliver Corff and Dorjpalam Dorj (Mongolian glyphs)
Version/Release:	0.2


ManjuTeX provides an environment for writing Manju in TeX and
LaTeX2e documents.


emtex users: Read and follow instructions in EMTEX

MikTeX users: Read and follow instructions in MIKTEX

tetex users: Installation notes are contained in INSTALL


The documentation contains Tibetan characters. Please make sure
that the cTibTeX system is available at your site.

OC, March 2001


Name Notes


Name Size Date Notes
COPYING 17982 2001-04-01 00:00
EMTEX 749 2001-04-01 00:00
FILES 513 2001-04-01 00:00
HISTORY 172 2001-04-01 00:00
INSTALL 3563 2001-04-01 00:00
MIKTEX 935 2001-04-01 00:00
README 546 2001-04-01 00:00

man­ju­tex – Manju lan­guage sup­port

Manju is a lan­guage of North East Asia, be­long­ing to the Tun­gu­sic branch of the Al­taic lan­guages. Though it is vir­tu­ally not spo­ken any­more, it sur­vives in writ­ten form as Manju was the na­tive lan­guage of the rulers of the Qing dy­nasty (1644–1911) in China. Large quan­ti­ties of doc­u­ments of the Im­pe­rial Archives sur­vive, as well as some of the finest dic­tio­nar­ies ever com­piled in Asia, like the Pen­ta­glot, a dic­tio­nary com­pris­ing Manju, Ti­betan, Mon­go­lian, Uighur and Chi­nese.

Man­juTeX was de­vel­oped on the ba­sis of MonTeX, and pro­vides all nec­es­sary char­ac­ters for writ­ing stan­dard Manju as well as translit­er­ated Ti­betan texts, for which pur­pose a num­ber of ad­di­tional char­ac­ters were cre­ated.

This cat­a­logue en­try de­scribes the ‘orig­i­nal’ Man­juTeX; its func­tion­al­ity has now been sub­sumed into monTeX, though the ob­so­lete Man­juTeX re­mains on the archive.

Pack­age De­tailsman­ju­tex
Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainerOliver Corff
Con­tained inMiKTeX as man­ju­tex
Topics sup­port for type­set­ting Manju
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