CTAN shareware upload -- BaKoMa 5.36

Reinhard Zierke zierke at dante.de
Mon Apr 28 10:43:01 CEST 2003

----- Forwarded message from "Basil K. Malyshev" -----

I have uploaded to `ftp.dante.de/incoming/bakoma' directory
update for BaKoMa TeX 5.36 (issued 22-Apr-2003).

Please put the files to 'CTAN:nonfree/systems/win32/bakoma' directory.

This version includes patch for fixing small but crucial bug:
* eventual crashing of DVI Viewer at reopenning files.

This version has Patch status and may be freely installed by 
holders of NON-UPGRADABLE license for BaKoMa TeX 5.30 and 5.35.

Basil K. Malyshev

PS: Please send announce to appropriate mailing lists and news groups.

--------------- About BaKoMa TeX 5.35 ----------------------

   * Highlights
   * Graphical Capabilities
   * Fonts
   * User Interface
   * PDF Generation Features
   * HTML Generation features
   * New Features of BaKoMa TeX 5.35
For more information about BaKoMa TeX see

BaKoMa TeX is a complete TeX system for Microsoft Windows XP/2000/NT/98/95


 * BaKoMa TeX is PostScript enabled TeX system.
 * Dynamical Preview allows the user to preview instantly selected region
   of the file being edited. 
   (like to Instant Preview - http://www.activetex.org).
** Generates *PDF* from documents with *PSTricks*, *PSfrag*, etc.
** Generates HTML (TeX4HT, DVI2HTML), also supports Hevea and TTH.
 * Supports using PostScript Type 1 fonts (including MM) *WITHOUT ATM*.
   However, using ATM for font rendering is optionally available.
 * Complete distribution includes about *1500* TeX Fonts (including EC/TC, LH)
   in ATM Compatible PostScript Type 1 font format.
 * Font Setup Wizard installs OpenType/TrueType/Postscript fonts in one click
 * Consistent graphics and font support for all DVI back-ends.
 * BibEdit - editor for LaTeX BIB files is included. 
 * Supports hyperlink text broken across lines and pages.
 * Easy to install and use.
 * Much less expensive than other analogues.

BaKoMa TeX includes an interpreter for *PostScript Level 2*,
which is tested for compatibility with output from popular
software such as: MetaPost, Adobe Illustrator 10, Adobe Streamline 4.0, 
Mathematica 4, MatLab, CorelDraw 10, CorelXARA, HIGZ, PageDraw, 
FrameMaker, ImageMagick, etc.

All DVI back-ends support the same special interface compatible 
with well known Rokicki's DVIPS, including processing PostScript
embedded into DVI files (PSTricks, PSfrag, XyPic, etc.).

The system includes Graphics Import Filters for the following formats:


BaKoMa TeX supports the following font formats:
 * OpenType (both TTF and OTF are supported),
 * PostScript Type 1 (including Multiple Masters), 
 * PostScript Type 3,
 * TrueType,
 * TeX PK/VF.

The system includes about *1500* typefaces in PostScript Type 1
and Type 3 font format including the following fonts:
 * CM (including LaTeX and Logo fonts + vf for T1 with CX
 * AMS Fonts (Euler, Math Symbols),
 * EC/TC,
 * LH (T2A),
 * Concrete (Math, ECC),
 * Malvern,
 * CMCyr + vf for T2A/LCY
 * Scripting fonts, CMPica, Punk.
 Math Fonts: 
 * Stmaryrd, Wasy, Rsfs, YHMath, BlackBoard (bbm, doublestroke).
 Diagram drawing fonts:
 * Lams, Astro Symbols (cmastro, astrosym, moonphase), 
 * Barcodes (barcodes, wlean, wlc*), Logical (loggates, milstd), 
 * timing, MusiXTeX, Chess/CChess, Go, Backgammon, Dingbats/NiceFrame. etc.

Any font type can be used for any output device/format.
This feature is supported by automatic font conversion
between font formats when needed.
This feature enables the rendering of Type 1 fonts *without ATM*.
On the other hand, it enables the use of TrueType/OpenType fonts
for generating PostScript printed even on PostScript Level 1 printers.

In advance, BaKoMa TeX is ready to use most of free Type 1 fonts 
available on CTAN and Trutype fonts coming with MS Windows systems.

Font Setup Wizard lets you to install most of commercial (and free)
OpenType, TrueType, and Postscript Type 1 fonts in almost one click.

OpenType/Type1 fonts (OTF) are supported also under Windows 9x and NT 4.0
even without ATM.


* Dynamical Preview (Instant Preview) of selected part of a document.
  It reformats (and preview) selected part of document on the fly, 
  when you edit it. This feature accelerates tuning paragraphs, 
  mathematics, pictures, etc.
* Flexible window docking lets you optimize splitting your screen 
  for using Dynamical Preview efficiently.
* One touch key for TeX + Preview + other customizable postprocessors,
* Quick navigation via document structure,
* DVI Forward/Reverse search (format independent),
* Powerful support for different input encodings,
* Project support,
* Graphics import assistant,
* Assitance for multi-file documents: 
  context sensitive openning of included text and graphics files,
* Searching for TeX errors using the TeX log file,
* Searching for help for TeX commands in entire document collection,
* Syntax highlighting is configurable for catcodes and command dictionaries,
* Customizable GUI Bars and menus for inserting Math Symbols and other commands,
* Automatic creation of a BB-file for non-PostScript graphics.
* Spell Checker: On-the-spot highlighting of misspelled words,
    correction proposals, handling accents and babel shortcuts.
    configurable for handling (La)TeX commands.
* BibEdit - editor for LaTeX BIB files is included. 
* Syntax Completion is context sensitive and flexible.
* Support for Multi-User systems.


* View on Windows Display.
* Print on any printer supported by a MS Windows driver.
* PostScript (really scalable),
* PDF,

Important feature of BaKoMa TeX is consistent graphics and font support
for all types of output. This means that all font formats mentioned
may be used for every type of output. This also means that all graphical 
capabilities mentioned are supported for every type of output.


* Handling in-line PostScript in DVI files (PSTricks).
* Creating PDF files which share fonts.
  Suitable for preparing CD-ROM based document libraries.
* Embedding fonts in CFF requires 2--3 times less space then other font forms.
* Embedding ToUnicode CMAPs to support search and copy-paste 
  of cyrillic and other international characters.
* Handling HyperTeX (HyperRef) and document outline.


 BaKoMa TeX 5 supports several ways for conversion of (La)TeX
 documents into HTML files.
  * `TeX|Generate HTML ...' text editor menu command lets you launch 
     `TeX4HT' convertor with numerous options.
  * `File|Generate HTML ...' DVI viewer menu command lets you convert 
     pages of a DVI file into PNG files wrapped into navigation HTML
     pages. This approach is useful for documents with complex graphics, 
     such as slides.

 In advance, BaKoMa TeX is ready to use `HEVEA' and/or `TTH' convertors.
 Launching of these convertors is available via extra TABS of 
 `TeX|Generate HTML ...' editor command.

 Including graphics is well integreated with BaKoMa TeX graphical engine.
 In this reason, you can insert everithing supported by BaKoMa TeX
 into generated HTML pages.
*** NEW FEATURES OF BAKOMA TEX 5.35 in comparison with BAKOMA TEX 5.30 ***

  Main improvement is support of Expert fonts by Font Setup Wizard: 
  `small caps', `old style figures', and other glyphs from Expert encoding.
  In advance, for OpenType and TrueType fonts direct access to TS1 glyphs 
  (such as `Euro') is supported.

  Fonts with glyphs from expert encoding are generated with suffixes: 
  9e (T1), 9t (OT1), and 9c (TS1). Conventionally, these fonts are accessed 
  via LaTeX font family with suffix `x'. So, for example, to access expert 
  fonts, you must use `\fontfamily{padx}' instead of `\fontfamily{pad}'.

  ATM compatible (PFB/PFA) expert fonts comes in two font files.
  First have standard encoding, and second has Expert encoding.
  For such fonts installation order is important. Font with expert 
  encoding should be installed after font with standard encoding.
  In other case expert encodings T1 (*9e), OT1 (*9t), and TS1 (*9c) 
  will be missed.

For more information about changes see

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Thanks for the upload.  I installed the new version as suggested in

Reinhard Zierke
for the CTAN team

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