Romanized Indic metafont update available by ftp

Dominik Wujastyk D.Wujastyk at
Thu Jun 24 17:47:34 UTC 1993

In message Thu, 24 Jun 93 16:00:54 BST,
  Michael Everson <EVERSON at IE.UCD.IRLEARN>  writes:

> Is there a standard encoding for Romanized Indic fonts?

Yes.  It is called CSX, and is an 8-bit extension to ASCII.  It was defined
by a panel of interested Indologists who gathered for the purpose at the
last World Sanskrit Conference in Vienna, organized by the Int. Assoc. of
Sansk. Studs. (IASS).  A description is available in the file IASS.ZIP,
which is available from the INDOLOGY listserv or by ftp from

Best wishes,

Dominik Wujastyk           Phone (and voice messages): +44 71 611 8467

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