[OS X TeX] LyX or TeXShop?

Luis Vitorio Cargnini lvcargnini at gmail.com
Tue Dec 2 04:14:49 CET 2008

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ok, http://macromates.com/
texmate anyone knows it ?

Le 08-12-01 à 22:05, Alain Schremmer a écrit :

> On Dec 1, 2008, at 7:46 PM, Jens Noeckel wrote:
>> LyX 1.6 has command completion too (if you want it). It also has a  
>> LaTeX source view (with syntax highlighting), so you never have to  
>> feel too far removed from the original LaTeX. But you can also  
>> forget about it, if you prefer. You can work with LyX as if it were  
>> a LaTeX editor (using LaTeX commands and macros), or as if it were  
>> a "word processor" (using mouse actions, menus). There are by now  
>> so many useful features of LyX that I would recommend it to anyone  
>> provided they have some very basic LaTeX knowledge.
> As a colleague of mine once (in?)famously said, "you may be right  
> but I already made up my mind"
> In general, though, it would be nice if the field of LaTeX editors  
> could be narrowed down to only the very few with totally  
> incompatible features, if any. Then it would be quite clear what to  
> choose and why. As it is, no one knows for sure what does what, why  
> one has chosen whatever and whether the choice was a good one to  
> begin with, etc, etc.
> And then, I think that there is a huge duplication of effort which  
> would seem rather … inefficient.
> Regards
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