[OS X TeX] Eclipse plugin for (La)TeX editing
Casper.Lassenius at hut.fi
Thu Mar 17 13:12:45 EST 2005
To install, just do the following:
1) Select Help->Software Updates->Find and Install
2) Select "Search for new features to install" and click "Next>"
3) Click "New Remote Site..."
4) In the "New Update Site" dialog enter a suitable name, and the url
http://texlipse.sourceforge.net/ Click ok
5) Click the checkbox to the left of your newly created site to include it
in the update search
6) Click next
7) Click the checkbox to the left of the "TeXlipse feature" and click next
8) Accept the license agreement and click next
9) Click finish to download and install
10) In the popup window "Feature verification", click "Install"
11) Click "Yes" in the popup to restart Eclipse with the TeXlipse feature
When you follow this procedure, you don't have to download anything. The
plugin should also automatically be updated whenever a new version is made
You can now, e.g., start a new LaTeX project.
If the previewer doesn't work, check the paths in the "Viewer Settings"
screen of the TeXlipse preferences (found under Eclipse->Preferences...). If
this is not help enough, please tell me more about, e.g., which previewer
you would like to use, and I will try to advice.
I will try to make Mac OS X specific instructions available in the near
future. Due to an extremely busy schedule, it might take a couple of days
before I get it done. Please be patient!
Professor (pro tem)
Helsinki University of Technology
Software Business and Engineering Institute
email: Casper.Lassenius at hut.fi, AIM: ccaslas
tel: +358 9 451 2189, GSM: +358 44 578 0373
> From: Jon Breitenbucher <kahless at mac.com>
> Reply-To: TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List <MacOSX-TeX at email.esm.psu.edu>
> Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2005 11:25:27 -0500
> To: TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List <MacOSX-TeX at email.esm.psu.edu>
> Subject: Re: [OS X TeX] Eclipse plugin for (La)TeX editing
> On Mar 17, 2005, at 10:59 AM, Gary L. Gray wrote:
>> On Mar 17, 2005, at 9:33 AM, Casper Lassenius wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> Just wanted to drop you all a line to tell you about a recently
>>> student project at our university.
>>> The TeXlapse team recently finished version 1.0 of the TeXlipse
>>> which provides functionality for editing, building, and previewing
>>> documents from withing Eclipse. Notable features include syntax
>>> code folding, automatic as well as partial builds, cite and ref
>>> and previewing with source synchronization.
>>> The plugin is free and open source, and the team would be extremely
>>> interested in feedback. I have myself used it for a couple of months
>>> on Mac
>>> OS X and found it to work well.
>>> You can find the plugin, as well as more information at
>> Thank you -- this looks very interesting. I have downloaded and
>> installed Eclipse, but I am unclear as to how to install TeXlipse.
>> That is, Step 3 on the Installation page:
>> says to select a New Remote Site and give a name and address to it. I
>> don't see anywhere what that address should be.
>> In addition, I have downloaded TeXlipse and it is an Eclipse plug-in.
>> Should I simply be installing the plug-in (and, if so, where?) or
>> should I be doing the install through the update mechanism on the
>> Installation page?
>> I must confess to being very confused. :-)
>> All the best,
>> -- Gary
> I was confused also but the address it wants is
> <http://texlipse.sourceforge.net/>. What I am having trouble with is
> getting it to display a preview of the result. This is handles under
> the Preferences for Eclipse which will have options for Texlipse once
> it is installed.
> Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.
> (Albert Einstein)
> Prof. Jon Breitenbucher
> The College of Wooster
> Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
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> Wooster, Ohio 44691
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