[Buddha-l] Linux WP for Tibetan?
rhayes at unm.edu
Wed Dec 14 20:37:04 MST 2011
On Dec 13, 2011, at 21:32 , Simon Wiles wrote:
> If you combine XeLaTeX
> with LyX, you can get a nice comfortable environment set up quite
I've used LyX and liked it. These days I'm using TeXworks and texstudio, both of which are very nice. As for using Abiword, OpenOffice or LibreOffice to generate LaTeX code, I confess to having done it, but I find that method just doesn't build character in the way that grappling with LaTeX code does. Having attractive output isn't my only goal; I also want a markup language that is so difficult to use that it burns off bad karma. (I'm a closet Jain.) When I am not feeling my ascetic oats, I sometimes use markdown instead of markup. But I'm afraid to use it too much, lest I grow attached to a life of ease and luxury.
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