I think you need to start from Babel and look what happens.
[mailto:miktex-users-admin@...] On Behalf Of Aviva Zeev
Sent: Wednesday, December 14, 2005 7:35 AM
Subject: [MiKTeX] Hebrew on miktex
Is it posible to use miktex for writing in Hebrew? (right to left,Hebrew
From: Michael Maschler <michael.maschler@gm...> - 2005-12-14 17:36:22
There is apackage for writing Tex as well as LaTeX in Hebrew. It is
called TeXXet and
Rama Porrat is taking care of it and can provide you with full information.
Her e-mail is rama@... I send her a copy of this message.
On 12/14/05, Aleks Kleyn <Aleks_Kleyn@...> wrote:
> I think you need to start from Babel and look what happens.
> Aleks Kleyn
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> Is it posible to use miktex for writing in Hebrew? (right to left,Hebrew
> Aviva Zeev
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At 13:34 14.12.2005, Aviva Zeev wrote:
>Is it posible to use miktex for writing in=20
>Hebrew? (right to left,Hebrew fonts)
This really a TeX/LaTeX, not a MikTeX question, but ...
Other than the packages mentioned by others,=20
arabtex is certainly a choice. It provides means=20
to typeset not only several languages using=20
different varieties of arabic scripts (including=20
Persian and Urdu), but also vocalized and, of course, non-vocalized Hebrew.
For details see:
Prof. Dr. Rainer Thiel
Friedrich-Schiller-Univ., Institut f=FCr Altertumswissenschaften
07737 Jena, Germany (EU)
r.thiel@... - <http://www.uni-jena.de/~x5thra2/>=20