|PTEX(1)||General Commands Manual||PTEX(1)|
upTeX (uptex) is a Unicode-enabled pTeX with extensions for better handling of CJK (Chinese, Japanese and Korean) multilingual documents. It has been developed by Takuji Tanaka since 2007.
e-pTeX (eptex) is a merge of e-TeX and pTeX.
e-upTeX (euptex) is a merge of e-TeX and upTeX.
In the following sections, we refer to these engines as (e-)(u)pTeX.
(e-)(u)pTeX's handling of its command-line arguments is similar to that of the other TeX programs in the web2c implementation.
- Additions (supported by ptexenc library):
- -kanji string
- Sets the input Japanese Kanji code. The string can be either euc (EUC-JP), jis (ISO-2022-JP), sjis (Shift_JIS), and utf8 (UTF-8). For (e-)upTeX, uptex is also allowed.
- -kanji-internal string
- Sets the internal Kanji code. The string can be either euc, and sjis. For (e-)upTeX, uptex is also allowed.
- In this version of (e-)(u)pTeX, encTeX extensions are not available.
This manual page was written by Hironobu Yamashita.
|27 May 2018||Web2C 2019|