[texhax] Interactive TeX editors and .pdf previewers (was Re: TeX for the blind)
will.adams at frycomm.com
Mon Dec 11 15:03:26 CET 2006
On Dec 11, 2006, at 8:01 AM, Chris Rowley wrote:
> Yeah yeah, but as I said, it is work-ing not work-arounds that I
> need in
> the (real:-) world of marketing: ie persuading people to finance work
> on `electronic mathematics'.
Probably your best bet then would be to see how close GNUstep is to
being able to compile TeXshop for Windows --- the people developing
the mindmapping software NovaMind are able to use it to provide a
Windows version of their Mac OS X app.
Or, isn't there a pdf object / api which was made available with
Acrobat 7's SDK? Has anyone looked at using it?
senior graphic designer
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