cefsconv man page
cefsconv — convert a TeX document in SJIS encoding containing CEF macros into `preprocessed' form.
cefsconv < infile > outfile
The Chinese Encoding Framework (CEF) developed by Christian Wittern <firstname.lastname@example.org> makes it possible to include CJK characters in various encodings using the SGML macros &CX-aabb; for Big 5 and CNS encoding and &U-aabb; for Unicode (X denotes a number between 0 and 7; 0 represents Big 5 encoding, 1-7 CNS encoding planes 1-7. aabb is either a decimal or hexadecimal number).
cefsconv converts the CEF macros of a SJIS encoded document together with the SJIS encoding itself into a form which can directly processed with LaTeX 2e. It is identical to
sjisconv < infile | cefconv > outfile
This filter is part of the CJK macro package for LaTeX 2e.
sjisconv(1), bg5conv(1), cefconv(1), cef5conv(1), extconv(1),
the CJK documentation files.
Werner Lemberg <email@example.com>
bg5conv(1), cef5conv(1), cefconv(1), extconv(1), sjisconv(1).