[OS X TeX] BBEdit and TeXShop - pointers?

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Thu Mar 3 17:00:45 EST 2005

Le 3 mars 05, à 22:46, Maarten Sneep a écrit :

> This seems more like a replacement for the Glossary that is available 
> in
> BBEdit. Nice, but I think it not what the OP wanted. My scripts are the
> glue between the editor, the viewer and the terminal for actually 
> running
> (La)TeX on the file you're working on.
> http://www.nat.vu.nl/~sneep/tex/
> (works with both BBEdit and TextWrangler)

I did not follow this thread closely, but I don't think anybody has 
mentioned the (free) BBEdit scripts by Tom Kiffe 

 From the ReadMe:

> This package contains several plug-ins for running TeX from within 
> TextWrangler, BBEdit, or BBEdit Lite. Mac OS 10.1 or later is 
> required. All of the plug-ins simply run the Unix shell script 
> "bbedit_TeX.script" in a Terminal window. The shell script can be 
> modified by the user to run just about any sequence of Unix shell 
> commands.  The plug-ins work with TextWrangler 2.0 or later, BBEdit 
> Lite 6.x and BBEdit 6.x or later. The last version of BBEdit that I 
> checked was 8.0.2.
> Configuring and Installing bbedit_TeX.script
> The default dvi previewer is MacDviX. You can use xdvi as the dvi 
> previewer by simply changing the value of the "dviviewer" variable in 
> bbedit_TeX.script to xdvi. The default Postscript previewer is 
> MacGhostView and you must install the mgv script that comes with 
> MacGhostView. You can use gv as the Postscript previewer by simply 
> changing the value of the "psviewer" variable to gv.  The default PDF 
> previewer is Adobe Reader. You can change this by simply changing the 
> value of the "pdfviewer" variable.
> For source to PDF synchronization I have chosen TeXniscope 0.3 as the 
> default PDF viewer. If you wish to use a different PDF viewer with 
> synchronization you will have to edit the relevant sections of 
> bbedit_TeX.script. Either MacDviX or xdvi can be used for dvi 
> synchronization without changing the code in bbedit_TeX.script but the 
> user has to configure the dvi previewer to work with TextWrangler, 
> BBEdit or BBEdit Lite.

Hope this helps,

Bruno Voisin
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