[Mac OS X TeX] Editors for OS X, TeXshop?

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[Mac OS X TeX] Editors for OS X, TeXshop?

Greg Starr


<x-flowed>I have used Alpha w/Textures, but what do people use under OS X, with
TeXShop, for example?  BBEdit is the obvious choice, of course, but
it appears that the BBEdit TeX plugin is not OS X compatible.  My son
says to use emacs, but...

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[Mac OS X TeX] Editors for OS X, TeXshop?

michael murray-6


<x-flowed>>I have used Alpha w/Textures, but what do people use under OS X,

>with TeXShop, for example?  BBEdit is the obvious choice, of course,
>but it appears that the BBEdit TeX plugin is not OS X compatible.
>My son says to use emacs, but...
>
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TeXShop has a built in editor.  I am thinking of upgrading
my old BBEdit 3.0 license!


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[Mac OS X TeX] CMacTeX: perhaps a stupid question ...

Oliver Hardt


<x-flowed>ok, this might sound a little strange and stupid, but i am just having
these problems ... i recently installed cmactex and tried it out today.  
If i open a .tex file that is not located in the cmactex root folder, it
won't be typeset, since the tex program prompts with: cannot find file
"foo.tex".  this cannot be the standard procedure ... so, here is the
question, how can i get tex to typeset a program stored anywhere on the
harddisk??  Thanks.  Olli.

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[Mac OS X TeX] Editors for OS X, TeXshop?

Greg Starr
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<x-flowed>Yeah, but it doesn't have any TeX/LaTeX plugins...keystroke sequences to
put up templates for many LaTeX structures.  Without that, I couldn't
live with LaTeX.

        --greg

On Wednesday, May 9, 2001, at 04:29 PM, Michael Murray wrote:

>> I have used Alpha w/Textures, but what do people use under OS X, with
>> TeXShop, for example?  BBEdit is the obvious choice, of course, but it
>> appears that the BBEdit TeX plugin is not OS X compatible. My son says
>> to use emacs, but...
>>
>> --greg
>> --
>> *****************************************************************
>> * Greg Starr, Professor                    ASME Faculty Advisor *
>> * Department of Mechanical Engineering        ph (505) 277-6298 *
>> * University of New Mexico, Albuquerque NM 87131   FAX 277-1571 *
>> * email- [hidden email]  WWW- http://www.me.unm.edu/~starr/      *
>> *****************************************************************
>>
>
>
> TeXShop has a built in editor.  I am thinking of upgrading
> my old BBEdit 3.0 license!
>
>
> Michael
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