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xetex – An extended variant of for use with Unicode sources

is a type­set­ting en­gine us­ing Uni­code and sup­port­ing mod­ern font tech­nolo­gies such as OpenType, TrueType or Ap­ple Ad­vanced Ty­pog­ra­phy (AAT), in­clud­ing OpenType math­e­mat­ics fonts. sup­ports many ex­ten­sions that re­flect its ori­gins in lin­guis­tic re­search; it also sup­ports mi­cro-ty­pog­ra­phy (as avail­able in pdf). was de­vel­oped by the SIL (the first ver­sion was specif­i­cally de­vel­oped for those study­ing lin­guis­tics, and us­ing Mac­in­tosh com­put­ers).

’s im­me­di­ate out­put is an ex­tended vari­ant of DVI for­mat, which is or­di­nar­ily pro­cessed by a tightly bound pro­ces­sor (called xd­vipdfmx), that pro­duces PDF.

is re­leased as part of Live; doc­u­men­ta­tion has arisen sep­a­rately. Source code is avail­able from ctan:/sys­tems/texlive/source.

Home page http://tug.org/xe­tex
Sup­port http://lists.tug.org/xe­tex
An­nounce­ments http://lists.tug.org/xe­tex-an­nounce
Li­cense Free li­cense not oth­er­wise listed, or more than one free li­cense ap­plies
Main­tainer Jonathan Kew
Arthur Reutenauer
The Live Team
Khaled Hosny (in­ac­tive)
Con­tained in TeX Live as xe­tex
MiKTeX as mik­tex-xe­tex-bin-2.9
Topics (or -alike) type­set­ting en­gine
See also luatex

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