[OS X TeX] Configure TeXshop to use ``ANT''?
will.adams at frycomm.com
Fri Oct 13 07:14:30 EDT 2006
On Oct 12, 2006, at 4:21 PM, Gary L. Gray wrote:
> You will need to get Dick or one of the TeXShop developers to add
> "ant" to the list of "recognized" files. I would submit this as a
> feature request on the TeXShop web site at:
Here's what I just submitted:
ANT (Ant is Not TeX) is an effort to create a TeX successor.
Available at http://ant.berlios.de the markup and commands are very
Perhaps instead of just adding this, what needs to be done is to
examine ways to make TeXshop more flexible in this regard so that one
can add (or remove) support for different post-processors at will.
Thanks! and keep up the good work!
> and it wouldn't hurt to email Dick directly (I hope I don't get in
> trouble for saying that :-) ).
Nah, the guy's supposed to be retired --- going into the queue is
fine for me.
On Oct 12, 2006, at 6:56 PM, Claus Gerhardt wrote:
> Here is a new script.
Way cool! Looking forward to trying it out. (Still working on my
Applescript skills --- just made an Automator workflow which uploads
a file, then sends an e-mail notification that the upload is compleat)
senior graphic designer
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