[OS X TeX] Alpha! (was: nothing)
Martin Wilhelm Leidig
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Tue Mar 27 17:22:30 EDT 2007
Am 2007-03-27 um 09.38 schrieb Christian Burk:
> Am 27.03.2007 um 06:32 schrieb Chetan Nayak:
>> [...] I'm still using TeXShop. Is there a newer/better
>> front end with which I should replace this?
> Regarding this, we had a quite long discussion on the use of
> Smultron (vide the archive) and from that I am using it and it has
> some nice features...
May I throw in the name "Alpha"? It's a very capable editor,
sporting a plethora of modes (I just counted 64, from Ada to XSL).
One can call any TeX binary or frontend just by typing Cmt-T -- I'm
using that with OzTeX, TeXShop and a couple of teTeX binaries. Also
one can call dvi, dvipdfm, makeindex, bibTeX and other programs as
Current version 8.0.2 here: <http://alphatcl.sourceforge.net/wiki/>.
... with greetings from Ladenburg:
Martin Wilhelm Leidig, Nadlerstr.6, D-68526 Ladenburg, Germany
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