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Omega installation module for BaKoMa TeX 7

This module includes Omega 1.23 (based on TeX 3.141592, Web2C 7.4) compiled for Win32 Console and packed together with support files and fonts.

Omega is an extension of TeX designed for the typsetting of all the world's languages. It normally uses the Unicode character encoding standard as internal repsesentation, although it can accept any other character set for input and output.

This module can install Omega system under BaKoMa TeX 5.40 and later.
However, to have robust OFM generation, BaKoMa TeX 7.02 is recommended.
To install it just open OMEGA.BKZ unit.

Omega 1.23 is Copyright (c) 1994--2002 John Plaice and Yannis Haralambous

After installing this module and restarting BaKoMa Text Editor you must found new items in 'TeX Formats' menu: Omega and Lambda

This implementation of Omega supports:

  • Dynamical Preview;
  • DVI Search marks generation;
  • Automatical generation of BB-files for imported graphics;
TCX tables are unsupported because Omega supports own transliteration.

There is NO warranty. You may redistribute this software under the terms of the GNU General Public License and the Omega copyright. For more information about these matters, see the Omega source.

Omega sources can be found in CTAN:systems/omega directory.

1999/06/05 - This module has been released by BKM.
2000/02/02 - V 2.22 - Fixed font weights Medium -> Normal to enable the fonts with ATM.
2001/09/09 - Omega was updated to 1.15
2003/05/09 - Omega was updated to 1.23, Support: Dynamical Preview, Auto BB, and SRCINFO.
2005/02/02 - Fixed OVP2OVF bug failing installation of OTF fonts coming with Acrobat 7.0.
2005/05/07 - Robust extraction of bounding box from binary EPSF.

BaKoMa TeX Distribution > Programs > Omega Copyright 1998-2009, Basil K. Malyshev.