[OS X TeX] TeXShop wins Apple Design Award

get86 at mac.com get86 at mac.com
Fri May 10 01:26:34 CEST 2002

Absolutely Congratulations!

While I don't directly use it, nearly all (except one Emacs'er) of my OS X
clients (Mathematics Dept., Florida State Univ. ) do.

Thank you.

Ted Rogers
FSU MathNet | Apple Systems

on 5/9/02 6:09 PM, Fredrik Wallenberg, typed:

> I second (or third) that note of congratulations... but why is it called
> an open source port? TeX/LaTeX is open source, true, but it didn't
> require porting. TeXShop is written from the ground up as an OS X editor
> and client for TeX.
> On the other hand, one shouldn't look a gift horse in the mouth ;-)
> Congrats!!
> On Thursday, May 9, 2002, at 02:42 , Wendy McKay wrote:
>> You were not the last.  Thanks for bringing it to our attention.
>> Congratulations and a big thank you from the TeX community
>> to Richard Koch on the award:
>> Best Mac OS X Open S ource Port:
>>      Winner: TeXShop 1.19, Richard Koch, Mathematics

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