On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 5:32 AM, Michael Talbot-Wilson <m...@view.net.au> wrote:
> On Sat, 10 Jul 2010, Michael Talbot-Wilson wrote:
>> Oh, yes.  May have a look at MkII.  But does it use LuaTeX?  The
>> possibility of easy macros in Lua rather than difficult macros in TeX
>> would be one attraction of ConTeXt.  Maybe Eplain LuaTeX is what I
>> need.
> Let me correct that.  Confused ravings.  I was really looking for (1)
> font management making it easier to install new and unusual fonts
> without delving up to my armpits in tfm, pk, whatever, (2) something
> with Metapost more integrated, allowing easy placement of vector
> graphics in the document and allowing them to be defined within the
> document text file.
> It seemed momentarily that ConTeXt might be one way, and since there
> was an old version called MkII and a new version called MkIV, that
> MkIV was a sane place to start.

You have dropped dvi and ps constrains, so without no doubt
context mkiv is the optimal choice.

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