[OS X TeX] iTeXMac

Adam R. Maxwell amaxwell at mac.com
Tue Jun 7 16:08:11 CEST 2005

On Jun 7, 2005, at 02:23, Jérôme Laurens wrote:

> Le 6 juin 05, à 17:12, Simon Spiegel a écrit :
>> On 06.06.2005, at 17:01, Riboni Enrico wrote:
>>> For information:
>>> I just saw on Macupdate that there is a new iTeXMac beta  
>>> releaste, Tiger compatible, for those interested.
>> It's actually not Tiger compatible but requires Tiger. Just a  
>> warning: The release not clearly state that this a beta and only  
>> recommended for the brave ones. I did a little test and imported  
>> my PhD project, I wasn't even able to typeset it. Don't know if  
>> the problem was on my side or if my project is just too complex to  
>> have it easily imported.
>> Anyway, good to see that ITM is also progressing, I'm very curious  
>> about further developments.
> Actually iTM2 is not a beta not even an alpha, it is a just  a  
> public preview
> However, I do need some feedback!

I like the direction it's going!  However, compiling did not work for  
me unless I defined my own script; I get this error from the project  
otherwise, using the base script and a default .texd document based  
on the LaTeX template:

Could not manage the extension tex.
iTM_Compile_EnginePath is: {}

At least it's finding the script in the bundle, but I haven't tried  
to debug it yet (I'm using gwTeX).  Defining my own latex script as

pdflatex ${TWSMaster}

fixed that problem.  Synchronization source<->pdf isn't working for  
me, either; let me know if you need console output or something.

I have some weird messages about not having permission to save the  
document, also, after modifying from the default template.

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