[OS X TeX] Synchronicity with Alpha?

Joseph C. Slater joseph.slater at wright.edu
Wed Apr 14 09:10:08 EDT 2004

On Apr 14, 2004, at 3:37 AM, Geoffrey Vallis wrote:

> Hello,
> I wondered if anyone had successfully implemented synchronicity, using
> pdfsync, between AlphaX and either iTeXMac or TeXShop? If so, could 
> they
> point me to or post some instructions?

 From 'Supporting Alpha X.rtf' in the iTeXMac distribution:
>>> "How iTEXMac 1.3 is supporting AlphaX
>>> Presentation
>>> AlphaX is a shareware text editor that makes a very very very 
>>> powerful use of the tcl scripting language, it is available at
>>> http://www.maths.mq.edu.au/~steffen/Alpha/AlphaX/
>>> Before AlphaX will include natively iTEXMac support, a configuration 
>>> file is provided. It is intended for iTEXMac version 1.3 and will 
>>> most certainly be upgraded for version 2.0.
>>> Installing
>>> You will find in the iTEXMac Support folder a file named 
>>> latexcomm.tcl. If your version of AlphaX is not recent, you should 
>>> replace the latexcomm.tcl file shipped in the Alpha/Tcl/Modes/latex\ 
>>> Mode/ folder (don't forget to keep a backup copy).
>>> You will find in the iTEXMac Support folder a file named AlphaX. It 
>>> is a shell script launched by iTEXMac when synchronizing. For the 
>>> moment, it should live in
>>> ~/Library/Application\ Support/iTeXMac/bin
>>> (create the folder if it does not exist already)
>>> This script relies on an advance aecom.tcl file from J. Guyer. You 
>>> are free to edit this script according to your needs."


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