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Directory 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

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.

Manju was developed on the basis of Mon, 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’ Manju; its functionality has now been subsumed into mon, though the obsolete Manju remains on the archive.

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MaintainerOliver Corff
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