Monday, July 26, 2004 ishamid wrote:

> [for forwarding to the list]
> Dear knights of the round table,

> I generally do my Arabic work in Aleph/eomega in Latin transcription mode, but
> things are at a point now where I would like to code TeX using unicode (and a
> unicode otp filter). Now I use WinEdT and really love it (I even designed
> buttons for for a few functions), but the maintainer has indicated that it
> will be quite some time before WinEdT supports unicode+right-to-left
> typesetting. Are any of you aware of a good multi-platform (thinking of
> switching to Linux again) unicode editor? (and no, at this time I'm not ready
> to spend months (re-)learning/fighting/cursing XEmacs;-> (could never get MULE
> to work anyway...))

I personally use ViM, even though its support for TeX & friends
is very limited.

Giuseppe "Oblomov" Bilotta

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