The URL mentioned at the bottom of this message does not exist.
Like the subject says: http://he2.sf.net => http://he2.sourceforge.net
Actually, is sf an accepted short writing for sourceforge?
> On Mon, 23 Jul 2001, Shaul Karl wrote:
> > ------- Forwarded Message
> > From: "Deborah Leddon " <[log in to unmask]>
> > Date: Sun, 22 Jul 2001 16:49:44 -0500
> > My name is Debbie Leddon and I am a physics grad student who
> > is using Latex2e on a pc windows 2000 platform.
> > My question is ; I would like to include a couple of lines from the
> > Bible, Daniel; in Hebrew, which I know, in the
> > thanks/acknowledgements section of my dissertation. I know there
> > is an editor which wiil permit typing of Hebrew in the normal right to
> > left mode, however, is there another macro/file I can put in my
> > working directory which will allow me to type hebrew in latex2e
> > backwards? It is only a couple of lines and it looks like from all I
> > seen on the web that it is much too difficult (all instructions I've
> > seen involve Unix platforms) to load the right to left editor.
> I believe that windows 2000's standard text editor (notepad) has support
> for bidirectional languages.
> However, latex's bidirectional support differs from the one used by
> windows 2000 (which generally implements the unicode bidi algorithm), and
> therefore using it may not be thatsmooth.
> It should probably be possible to build he2 (http://he2.sf.net) under the
> cygwin environment (http://www.cygwin.com) and run it in a "console"
> window. However, some method should be used to disable the built-in bidi
> support (perhaps by using a "web font"). I'm not sure that this is a
> useful direction, though.
> Tzafrir Cohen
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Shaul Karl <[log in to unmask]>