[texhax] collaborative writing with (La)TeX

Sam Albers tonightsthenight at gmail.com
Tue Apr 20 21:12:19 CEST 2010


While this doesn't satisfy all your needs, this may be an approach using
googledocs that might interest you.




On Tue, Apr 20, 2010 at 11:55 AM, David Romano <romanod at math.grinnell.edu>wrote:

> I was just wondering whether anyone might know of a way for multiple
> authors to work together on a source file in a way that is similar in spirit
> to googledocs, where the source is kept in a central, web-accessible
> location.  The drawback with googledocs is that users have to download the
> source to view the typeset output, so it would be nice if the typesetting
> could be done and its output viewed at the same central location.
> Thanks,
> David Romano
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