On Sun, Dec 21, 2003 at 09:21:28PM +0000, chz wrote: > Am So, den 21.12.2003 schrieb Simon Pepping um 19:38: > > > Are you aware that there is a (completely faithful) reimplementation > > of TeX in Java? It is called NTS, and can be found on CTAN, > > e.g. www.tex.ac.uk or ftp.tex.ac.uk. IIRC it is to be found in > > directory systems. > > Jep. Had a short look at it. But as you say: It seems to be a > reimplmentation of TeX. That's ok, cause that was the goal for version > 1.0 but as far as I can see it's (sorry) nearly useless. I'm not that > deep in the NTS code to be sure, but because it's a reimplementation I > could image that NTS simulates ASCII-code instead of using Unicode. So > there would be no additional value. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
That is correct, except that the limitations in NTS are artificial and could be relaxed. Regards, Simon -- Simon Pepping email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] home page: http://www.leverkruid.nl