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The latest (experimental) version of FarsiTeX in 2006 is released with a Windows installer, bundled with an editor and makeindex utility. The source tarball can be used on Linux and other systems as well.
It is released under the GNU GPL.
- ArabTeX for Arabic writing
- MonTeX for vertical, traditional Mongolian alphabet, old Uyghur and Tungus writings.
- Esfahbod, Behdad; Roozbeh Pournader (March 2002). "FarsiTeX and the Iranian TeX Community" (PDF). TUGboat. 23 (1): 41–45. Retrieved 2009-08-20.
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