In this article I will show you how to write multi-language texts without the cumbersome OpenOffice.org. Back in 1999, the Hungarian Gáspár Sinai needed to edit Hungarian and Japanese texts. So he decided to write an editor that was Unicode  compliant. Once he had done the basic work, it was a straightforward task to include other languages, and Yudit  was born.
Yudit was built for Unix, but Sinai did do a version for Windows.