I'm interested in an audit of all current mid-to-high-level mkiv commands,
including experimental or undocumented ones. I'm trying to come up with,
as much as possible, a set of context commands which is
By 'mutually exlcusive' in this context I mean that I want to identify,
for redundant commands, the deprecated commands and use only the current.
No point teaching old methods.
By 'jointly exhaustive' I mean that i don't want to leave anything out, at
least not yet. Some of, eg, the bidi and otf control is undocumented, and
I can dig those up. OTOH there are lots of other areas where there may be
some commands of interest that only get brought up on the list
by mid-level I mean commands like
or other user-friendly non-plain commands that may be used to create mkiv
Aside from core developers Hans and Taco: Luigi, Wolfgang and Mojca seem
to have extensive knowledge of the internals... any ideas how we can do
this in an efficient manner?
My idea is to organize this list in interesting ways for pedagogical
purposes, for the current book project.
Again, ONLY MKIV is under consideration; as far as this book project is
concerned, only mkiv exists ;-)
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Professor Idris Samawi Hamid, Editor-in-Chief
International Journal of Shi`i Studies
Department of Philosophy
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523