[OS X TeX] your wiki needs you?

Maarten Sneep maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl
Wed Sep 17 12:43:01 CEST 2008


On 17 sep 2008, at 01:24, cfrees at imapmail.org wrote:

> On Wed 17th Sep, 2008 at 00:09, Mark Eli Kalderon seems to have  
> written:
>
>> The page about editors <http://mactex-wiki.tug.org/wiki/index.php?title=Editors 
>> > has no mention of TextMate. That's a serious omission, I think.  
>> Just my two cents. Best, Mark
>
> It is a front end, isn't it? If not, I can move it onto the editors
> page. The question is: does it include a viewer? It was listed on the
> front ends page so I assume it does but I don't use it so don't know.

It most certainly is an editor, although I think the distinction is  
somewhat artificial. If I script BBEdit to be able to compile and  
preview a tex file in Skim, and make that sufficiently smooth, does  
that make the combination a front end?

If I recall correctly, TextMate uses webkit to preview html files, and  
uses the same mechanism to preview pdf files. As far as I know there  
is no synctex/pdfsync provision in that previewer. Of course, a  
TextMate user should then be editing that page anyway.

Maarten
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