[OS X TeX] outlining and TeX

Michael Murray mmurray at maths.adelaide.edu.au
Tue Aug 6 15:36:14 CEST 2002

>Hi -
>I've been using Omni's Outliner program lately, and it's a great 
>tool in the conceptual stages of a project - where you are trying to 
>organize ideas, references, schedule, assignments, and so forth. (I' 
>m using it to plan out a new PhD course.) The ability to expand, 
>collapse, organize into tables -- and all this in WYSIWYG -- is 
>extremely useful.
>Is there a similar capability with some LaTeX packages, or some 
>TeX-oriented tools for OSX? I'm thinking of a LaTeX based coding 
>scheme, with hyperref or some such Acrobat-oriented package, where 
>the PDF version can be encoded to have the expand/collapse, 
>hide/show features?
>Does anyone know of something related, or a way to link up Outliner 
>with TeX, somehow. (Ultimately, I will need my data to go into a 
>LaTeX file so I can do the usual TeX things with it.)
>- Hemant

I think I read somewhere that emacs has a facility to do this via
something called auctex.

I had a quick look at google and


seems to say that auctex does outlining.

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