[texhax] Split Screen For Emacs Console with preview latex
Jesús Guillermo Andrade
jgandradev at me.com
Tue Oct 6 15:22:19 CEST 2009
Hello Muhammad: You will NOT find anything of sorts (dvi previewer on
terminal). The graphic reference you have shared with us is, simply,
emacs+preview which, BTW, both run over a Xserver or windows or
whatever other OS with a Window Manager, so it not possible to produce
that example from a simple "terminal" as you surmised. Now, if you are
into emacs, I suggest you download the latest version and then byte
compile the preview package with auctex.
El oct 5, 2009, a las 1:50 a.m., Muhammad Najmi Ahmad Zabidi escribió:
> I want to know how to create split emacs screen for real time Latex
> which is something like this:
> I tried:
> Auctex - this one using internal output
> Whizzytex- this use ADVI output
> Yatex - plan to use latex-math-preview (using default install in
> apt-get install yatex), but can't managed to get it work.
> Can you guys lead me? I saw my friend did that years back, but I am
> not sure
> whether current emacs support that.
> Also can emacs with -nw flag append that in it's screen? Since
> currently I'm
> using plain console.
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