[OS X TeX] OT: TeX for windows
William F. Adams
wadams at atlis.com
Mon Aug 16 11:51:15 EDT 2004
>> not sure on the editor front-end (I use an ancient one, Dirk Stuve's
>> WinTeXShell, 'cause it supports HWR on my pen slat).
>> Worst case is tell 'em to use Notepad and rename things and run them
>> from a DOS prompt.
On Monday, August 16, 2004, at 10:18 AM, Stephan Hochhaus replied:
> Yes, I guess that's what I'll do. I will take a day (or maybe half a
> day) to check out some editors next week and hopefully find an
> alternative to Notepad (or Wordpad, as it is called in XP).
This list should get you started:
>> One thing I've been playing with is setting up a totally portable
>> environment running off of a USB flash drive using nothing but
>> applets coded in TCL --- perhaps that'd work?
> Does TCL work out of the box in windows or does it require an
> installation first?
Good point. Needs an install, on Mac OS X too. Drat that chicken-egg
Maybe it could all be set up to be on a flash drive or CD-ROM --- need
to look into that.
William Adams, publishing specialist
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