[OS X TeX] Re: MacOSX-TeX Digest #1287 - 02/14/05

Robert Ullrey ullreyr at scc.losrios.edu
Tue Feb 15 17:46:55 CET 2005

I enjoy using TextMates and use xcode as a project management program
for my various chapters, index etc. However, VIM is also an excellent,
and FREE texteditor with folding available. If interested, download vim
from here: <http://macvim.org/OSX/index.html> then download the latex
suitte: <http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=475> and you
can type, fold and compile. 

Happy VIMing and TEXing. 

TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List wrote on [Monday, February 14, 2005 -0500]

>   > Yes. All we need is a way for TeXshop or some other editor to
>   > them into just their title / name w/ a little widget to disclose
>   > at need.
>   TextMate can do this, as can AucTeX under emacs.
>   I wouldn't recommend the latter to someone who doesn't already know 
>   emacs, and the former has very little TeX support (no nice buttons
>   tell it when you want to typeset, etc). I toyed with the idea of 
>   writing some support files for it but (a) the app costs money, and
>   I'm going to buy it I kind of want it to work out the box, and (b)
>   was all based on shell scripts and regex, which I'm not too 
>   knowledgeable about.
>   Maybe iTeXMac 2, when it appears, will be able to? I don't know.
>   Will
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