EuroTeX 2001 : The Presentations and Tutorials

Reintroducing Type 3 fonts to the world of TeXWlodzimierz Bzyl
Observations on <Literate Program Structure>Michael Guravage
Extending TeX in a literate wayBernd Raichle
Math typesetting in TeX: The good, the bad, the uglyUlrik Vieth
Pattern generation revisitedDavid Antos, Petr Sojka
MlBibTeX, a new implementation of BibTeXJean-Michel Hufflen
Directions for the TeXLiveFabrice Popineau
A tour around the NTS implementationKarel Skoupý
Extending ExTeX, ( Pepping
Omega goes open-source, (metzPlaice.pdf)John Plaice
The Euromath System -- the WYSIWYG structured XML editor, browser, ...J. Chlebíková, J. Gurican, M. Nagy, I. Odrobina
Usage of MathML for paper and web publishing, (using-mathml.tex)Tobias Burnus
Natural TeX notation in mathematicsMichal Marvan
TeX in 2001, are we still up-to-date?Hans Hagen
POLIGRAF: from TeX to printing houseJanusz M. Nowacki
Using pdfTeX to build an industrial-strength PDF-based imposition programMartin Schröder
Font Specials, cmdfontBoguslaw Jackowski and Krzysztof Leszczynski
Conversion of TeX fonts into Type1 format, (vdiffer.pdf)Péter Szabó
METATYPE1: a METAPOST-based engine for generating Type 1 fontsBoguslaw Jackowski, Janusz M. Nowacki, and Piotr Strzelczyk
From database to presentation via XML, XSLT and ConTeXt, ( de Boer
The ConTeXt publication moduleTaco Hoekwater
TeX in TeachingMichael Moortgat, Richard Moot, Dick Oehrle
Learn how to write a MakefileBerend de Boer
Do not be afraid of XSLT, ( de Boer
From XML to TeX: an overview of available methods, ( Pepping
DCpic, a (yet another) commutative diagram package based on the PiCTeX macro packagePedro Quaresma
FontsTom Kacvinsky
PDFTom Kavcinsky
Instant preview and the TeX daemonJonathan Fine


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Last modified 17 October 2001