[OS X TeX] Working with Big LaTeX Projects (was Strange Cursor Behavior)
Joseph C. Slater
joseph.slater at wright.edu
Sun Jul 25 03:40:50 CEST 2004
On Jul 24, 2004, at 4:32 PM, Aditya Dushyant Trivedi wrote:
> Thought this needed a new thread.
>>> Some things I learnt:
> 1) Big projects like Books, should be divided in separate files. In
> case of a book, a convenient division is by chapters. Create a driver
> file (also called root file, main file, etc.) which is basically the
> preamble and \include commands.
> 2) For OS X, iTeXMac is my favorite (tried TeXShop, LyX, and Emacs)
> mainly for the following reasons:
> a) Short learning curve (relatively)
> b) Best pdf synchronization. Allows you to fix errors quickly.
FYI: pdf synchronization works flawlessly (for my book, and other
shorter documents) between emacs (in x-windows) and iTeXMac as well.
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