[OS X TeX] TeXShop features, AppleScripting

Jérôme Laurens jerome.laurens at u-bourgogne.fr
Wed Jun 23 17:37:39 CEST 2004

Le 23 juin 04, à 17:07, Martin Steer a écrit :

> Joel Gilmore <gilmore at physics.uq.edu.au> writes:
>> Things that I miss:
>> * Internal scripting
>> * The ability to type a keyword (like "eq") in your document, his
>> Alt-Enter (say, Command-Enter on the Mac) and have the corresponding
>> Macro executed.  This was particularly useful because on the fly I
>> could type "eq", hit alt-enter and have an equation environment ready
>> for me to keep typing.  CommandCompletion almost does this, but not
>> quite.
>> * Interactive \ref{} and \cite{} popups - when you typed the closing
>> brace, it gathered all labels and bibliographic references and put
>> them in a pop up, and you could select the one you wanted, and it
>> would insert it automatically.  Very useful for remembering your
>> labels!
>> * Project files - I often have several tex (or other text) files I
>> want opened all together, not all of which will be type set, but are
>> of relevance to my project.  It seems TeXShop can't do this?
>> * Bookmarks within my document!
>> Does anyone know of implementations for any of these?
> All of these (and more) are available in emacs.

I did not know that emacs was managing project files. Can you point me 
on doc explaining how emacs manages projects?

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