[Mac OS X TeX] TeXShop 1.14
jerome.laurens at u-bourgogne.fr
Tue Jan 29 04:08:22 EST 2002
Le dimanche 27 janvier 2002, à 10:00 PM, Richard Koch a écrit :
> There is a new version of TeXShop at
> Dick Koch
slight correction about comments given in the History
TeXShop now can accept iso latin 1 encoding
this corresponds to standard unix encoding
TeXShop can load and save files in Iso Latin format, using code from
Martin Heusse. This encoding can be chosen with a preference item; the
previous encoding, Mac OS Roman, remains the default. Iso Latin encoding
makes it possible to type accented characters directly into the source
file if certain packages are included with the tex source. *
I MUST add that mac OS Roman string encoding also makes it possible to
type 8 bit chars (accented)
in latex with code with just as cp1251and isolatin1
So TeXShop was accent aware since version 1.0.
What is really new is that now you can share your file between your mac
os and your UNIX workstation, without any translation.
Unfortunately, this should not be an application wide preference item,
just a file to file choice...
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