[OS X TeX] LaTexiT
Onur Baser
onur.baser at mac.com
Mon May 2 23:54:21 CEST 2005
I could not make this work with word. It is transmitting just block
box. Did you have the same problems.
On May 2, 2005, at 10:38 AM, Bruno Voisin wrote:
> Le 2 mai 05 à 16:13, Rene Borgella a écrit :
>
>> Don't know anything about this, but just saw a link to it and
>> thought some of you may be interested. Looks like LaTeX Equation
>> Editor to me.
>>
>> <http://ktd.club.fr/programmation/latexit_en.php>
>
> Indeed the looks are pretty much the same. In the README the author
> acknowledges this:
>
>> What is LaTeXiT ?
>>
>> LaTeXiT is a little utility designed to quickly typeset LaTeX
>> equations and drag'n drop them into other applications.
>>
>> However, it is fair to tell that is is heavily inspired from the
>> remarkable LaTeX Equation Editor by J. McKenzie Alexander. In fact, I
>> missed some features in this application, so I have decided to create
>> a new one. LaTeXiT is not based on Latex Equation Editor, it is
>> simply largely inspired of. So, do not be surprised to notice similar
>> behaviours about the way that LaTeX is silently called by the
>> program.
>
> I don't know whether LaTeXiT uses portions of code from LaTeX Equation
> Editor. If it does, there might be licensing issues: LaTeXiT isn't
> GPL'd (nor is the source code available), whereas LaTeX Equation
> Editor acknowledges using code from Equation Service:
>
>> Portions of the LaTeX Equation Editor include code and algorithms
>> from Doug Rowland's Equation Services (particular the portions which
>> support saving the source inside the PDF file).
>
> which itself is GPL'd.
>
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