[OS X TeX] Translating LaTeX to Quark or InDesign

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Sat Jun 30 17:04:34 EDT 2007

Le 30 juin 07 à 14:23, David R. Derbes a écrit :

> If I give the typesetter an InDesign file with equations, I think
> he can live with that. (He seems to be moving slowly to InDesign
> from Quark.) I really don't want to use Word (shudder).

I know some people here will jump at the mere mention of Word, but...

One or two days ago looking at the TeX interview corner I noticed a  
new interview, from David Carlisle of LaTeX 3 fame <http:// 
www.tug.org/interviews/interview-files/david-carlisle.html>. He seems  
very lucid about the present and possible future role of TeX in the  
ever-changing XML-based world we're moving to. He also mentions the  
inspirational role of TeX in the design of the math layout engine in  
MS Office 2007, and refers to a blog entry of one of the engineers  


Personally I found this very interesting and enjoyable to read.

Bruno Voisin

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