[texhax] Can Tex do that?
Robin.Fairbairns at cl.cam.ac.uk
Mon Feb 9 15:51:12 CET 2004
philip taylor writes:
> I would
> strongly recommend communicating with the proprietor
> of one of these, Boguslaw Jackowski <bop at bop.com.pl>,
> who will -- I am sure -- reassure you that /anything/
> is possible using TeX.
i'm sure jacko would indeed assure anyone that _anything_ is possible
using tex. and quite right too. another good candidate would be hans
hagen, who likewise does things that would challenge any of the paid-for
what i was questioning was whether it was rational for a publisher to
switch to using tex, instantaneously, because adobe has pulled the rug
out from under their feet.
sure, investigate tex as a future path, but don't think of it as the
way to keep the company going from today on. you've got too much of a
learning curve for that.
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