[texworks] Integrating TeXWorks with SageTeX
LRN
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Fri Apr 19 19:32:34 CEST 2013
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The way SageTeX works is that it generates a Sage file that has to be
processed by Sage to output TeX, which can be used in LaTeX.
Right now this means that to use Sage you have to typeset a LaTeX
document that uses SageTex, run Sage on one of the files it outputs,
then re-typeset the file again (this time it will include Sage's output).
TeXShop is known to be able to do this latex-sage-latex dance
automatically. Can TeXWorks do that?
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