[OS X TeX] Compiling Texniscope from source
Joseph C. Slater
joseph.slater at wright.edu
Sun Nov 28 18:52:06 EST 2004
On Nov 28, 2004, at 5:45 PM, Will Robertson wrote:
> On 29 Nov 2004, at 8:26 AM, Frederick Hoyt wrote:
>> Mostly I use gv, because I use several packages which produce
>> ps-visible-only output (in particular tree-dvips.sty).
>> However, I like the "loupe" ("magnifying glass"?) and
>> screen-splitting functions in Texniscope (and xdvi, for that matter),
>> which is why I ask.
> Ah, righty-o.
> I haven't heard of anything that will do what you want, but I'm not
> really the person to ask.
> Do you *need* x11? You can get an aqua version of emacs these days...I
> guess there's trade-offs whichever choice you make!
There is nothing precluding you from using emacs in x-windows and
'connecting' to a Mac-native application. I've done it with emacs and
iTeXMac (OK, Jerome did it).
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