Kurdish (sorani) is similar arabic and persian language , its written from the right to left, and most of the letter is same with some different ( less than 10). Now there is solution for written arabic and persian. My question , How can I able to solve this problem? did I need to create kurdish package ? and is there is open source language which is possible to edit .

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    If you have a system font that covers the language and use xselatex (rather than pdflatex0 it should just work if you load the font using the fontspec package. There may also be specific Kurdish babel or polyglossia setups to define fixed strings such as "table of contents" in the language, I am not sure. If you posted some text in the script and suggested a commonly available font people might suggest some tex markup. – David Carlisle Mar 19 '14 at 17:30
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    This package catalog entry says it supports kurdish mirror.unl.edu/ctan/help/Catalogue/entries/arabxetex.html – David Carlisle Mar 19 '14 at 17:32
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    @DavidCarlisle your link help, the only issue in this case I have to write in Latin in this case and later it will change to kurdish. but there is another question. as you said in your first comment , maybe there is "kurdish babel" which is more easier to use. thanks – henry Mar 19 '14 at 17:43
  • there's a babel plugin for kurmanji. it sounds as if it's not what you're looking for, since kurmanji (according to the package details) is written in a latin script. polyglossia doesn't (that i can see) mention any kurdish language. – wasteofspace Mar 20 '14 at 23:39
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    @wasteofspace thanks for your comment, I already worked on "arabtex" and the result was not promising , I tried to use "arabxetex" but first I have to change pdflatex0 since as David said and I also noticed that it make issue with "arabxetex" , I am using Mac and I am not sure its a good operating system to deal with this problem, meanwhile I will try to use "arabxetex" and hope we good good result. – henry Mar 22 '14 at 4:24

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