[texworks] Project Management type stuff

Andreas Hirsch nishni_nowgorod at gaponline.de
Sun Oct 17 10:32:26 CEST 2010

quoting Stefan Löffler, [17.10.2010 10:15 +0100]:
> Am 2010-10-16 10:33, schrieb Bruno Voisin:
>> On the other hand, project management just adds unnecessary burden
>> and complexity when you are writing a one-shot document, like a
>> letter, an invitation to a party, etc., and may be seen as an entry
>> barrier for the novice.
> I generally tend to agree with Paul here.

So I'm I. Let's remember the motto from http://tug.org/texworks/:
'lowering the entry barrier to the TeX world'

Experienced TeX-users are not the group that will change their previous
editor to TW quickly.

On the other hand, newbies will miss printing (as I mentioned in an
other thread) because they have to install, to start and use a second
program for typesetting TeX-Docs.

Personally I'm missing things like autocomplete enviroment etc much more.


'Computer power is a supplement
for brain power - not a substitute.'
		(free after Ben Munk)

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