[OS X TeX] Eclipse plugin for (La)TeX editing
Casper.Lassenius at hut.fi
Fri Mar 18 02:11:20 EST 2005
Sorry, I forgot to answer regarding compiling the file. There are basically
two options, similar to those used when coding with Eclipse: manual build
and automatic build (run every time you save a file)
If you want to use the automatic build option, select "Build Automatically"
from Eclipse's project menu. If you want to use manual builds, deselect it.
The selection state is indicated by a checkmark next to the menu selection.
To change the way TeXlipse builds your project (which you set when creating
the project using File->New Project...), you can select the
Project->Properties... menu option, and the "Latex Project Properties".
There you have the option to output dvi, ps or pdf, as well as to configure,
e.g. to use pdflatex directly, or latex->dvips->ps2pdf etc.
Hope this helps,
Professor (pro tem)
Helsinki University of Technology
Software Business and Engineering Institute
email: Casper.Lassenius at hut.fi, AIM: ccaslas
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> From: 정 달영 <haksan at mac.com>
> Reply-To: TeX on Mac OS X Mailing List <MacOSX-TeX at email.esm.psu.edu>
> Date: Fri, 18 Mar 2005 15:47:50 +0900
> 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
> 2005. 03. 18, 오전 3:12, Casper Lassenius 작성:
>> 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
>> 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
> The appearance and the feature of editor look very nice and I have a
> few questions, though.
> 1. How can I change the font setting of the editor?
> 2. How to compile the given file?I
> 3. s it possible to use TeXniscope as a default previewer?
> Thank you.
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