An Open Source graphical software that can print texts in all known Indian languages
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ITRANS (Indian Language Transliteration Package) is an open source graphical software designed to act as a pre-processor, a utility for converting English-encoded text into several Indian language scripts, for display or printing.

ITRANS supports the Devanagari (Hindi/Sanskrit/Marathi), Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Gujarati, Bengali, Romanized Sanskrit, and Gurmukhi script output. Also, it provides two input encodings: the CS/CSX encoding and the ITRANS encoding.

At the moment, the software supports three different output interfaces, one for HTML documents, another one for TeX documents, and a third one for PostScript documents.

last updated on:
February 7th, 2014, 10:48 GMT
license type:
BSD License 
developed by:
Avinash Chopde
ROOT \ Printing
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What's New in This Release:
  • This version has itrans automatically pass through extended Unicode (non-ASCII) UTF-8 chars from the input.
  • There was a problem in that CSX codes like 0o342 (0xE2) for AA end up breaking up Unicode double quote (0xE2 0x80 0x9C) and causing invalid UTF-8 output.
  • This release suppresses "Note... echoing to output" messages from itrans output, unless -v is provided.
  • Please note that Windows is no longer supported. The last pre-built version it has is ITRANS 3.2.
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