CTAN update: ant 0.7



On Thu, 22 Dec 2005, Achim Blumensath submitted an update to the

ant

package.

ant is a typesetting system inspired by TeX. It does not aim at complete
compatibility with TeX but focuses instead on a flexible, clean, and
modular design.

Location on CTAN: /systems/ant
Summary description: ant is not TeX.
License type: pd

Announcement text:
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I'm pleased to announce the release of ant version 0.7.
The archive can be found at

http://ant.berlios.de

ant is a typesetting system inspired by TeX. It does not
aim at complete compatibility with TeX but focuses instead
on a flexible, clean, and modular design.

New in this release are:

o improved h&j algorithms (better ligature handling,
river detection)
o improved OpenType support
o improved PDF generator

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Thanks for the upload.

For the CTAN Team
Rainer Schöpf

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