Hi Adam,

ET5 was the first proposed font encoding for vietnamese; then it was
renamed to X5 with a few modifications. T5 is a minor update -- it's
heavily based on X5 but I don't remember what has been changed.


On Wed, Nov 17, 2004 at 10:10:57AM +0000, Adam Lindsay wrote:
> Hans Hagen said this at Wed, 17 Nov 2004 11:05:21 +0100:
> >The Thanh Han wrote:
> >
> >> do you have a test file for another language, for example english or
> >> czech? Then I can translate that file to get a test file for vietnamese.
> >> What is the current status of context support for czech?
> >> 
> >> BTW, the current official vietnamese font encoding used by plain and
> >> latex is named T5 instead of X5. You can get the latest stable version
> >> of vntex (fonts + latex/plain support) at vntex.sf.net
> >
> >Can those working on vietnamese also cc Thanh (the famous pdftex author)?
> I have been.
> Thanh, would you say that T5 is a replacement, an update for X5, or a new
> thing (meaning the enco-x5 work you did for ConTeXt should stay around)?
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