[OS X TeX] "Texify"?

Richard Rösler richard_roesler at web.de
Fri Sep 30 20:08:27 CEST 2005


That's right. Alpha was a very nice editor on MacOS 9 but also very powerful.
I only used it in conjunction with DirecTeX or Textures or OzTeX.
On OS X I love the look and feel of SubEthaEdit, but is there any possibility to
have your text begin typeset (by means of quick and easy)??
Now I am using TeXShop and the builtin Editor. This editor lacks a lot of features,
for example it doesn't show you the linenumbering.
I will give the OSX versions of Emacs a try. Any other editors besides the commercial
BBEdit? TextWrangler doesn't seem to have TeX integration, does it?

Greetings, Richard

"TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List" <MacOSX-TeX at email.esm.psu.edu> schrieb am 30.09.05 14:31:42:
> Joachim,
> Thanks for the information. I briefly used Alpha (light) long time ago
> in conjunction with Textures. That was a memorable time. I however
> always felt that Alpha is too powerful for a novice like me who only
> wants a versatile LaTeX editor.

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