# [Mac OS X TeX] Re: MacOSX-TeX Digest #31 - 06/11/01

Mon Jun 11 21:40:58 EDT 2001


<x-flowed>>On 6/11/2001 at 9:17 PM -0400, Christian Smith wrote:
>
>>No, nor will it ever likely support syntax coloring. This is a feature
>>reserved for the full version of BBEdit.
>
>I am glad that it is only in the full version -- I like getting
>features for my money. :-)
>
>I am very happy to see that someone from Bare Bones is reading this
>list and I would like to see you comment on this idea of collapsible
>outlines or sections in BBEdit. If I understand this correctly, it
>would work much like sections work in Mathematica in which you can
>collapse a section or subsection into just its heading by
>double-clicking a appropriate cell bracket. Is this correct? If so,
>I would love to see this in BBEdit (I would also love to see it work
>with TeXShop, but that is another story).
>
>Best regards,
>--
>    Gary L. Gray
>    Associate Professor
>    Engineering Science & Mechanics
>    Penn State University
>    (814) 863-1778
>    http://www.esm.psu.edu/Faculty/Gray/
>

This would be great. It would seem with the way LaTeX enviroments
work you  could just treat every \begin and \end as a marker defining
a section.

I would also like a bit more syntax colouring like
colouring the \$ signs.  But then I am an Alpha exile !

Michael
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