texwork (was Re: [OS X TeX] synctex)

David Derbes loki at uchicago.edu
Mon Jul 14 23:02:19 EDT 2008

Hi, Jonathan.

I went to the link, and saw that there seem to be two separate things:  
a library, and the TeXworks application.

My assumption is that I need to install both.

I apologize for asking such a question, but is there any chance that  
the library will somehow conflict with my currently installed version  
of MacTeX and Dick K's TeXShop? I really cannot afford to lose LaTeX  
as I'm in the middle of one project and very near the end of another.


David Derbes
U of Chicago Lab Schools

On Jul 14, 2008, at 4:46 PM, Jonathan Kew wrote:

> Just to let you know that there is now a pre-pre-pre-release  
> version :) available from the TeXworks development site (see http://tug.org/texworks 
>  for links). There are Mac OS X (universal) and W32 binaries for a  
> current snapshot; for Linux, etc., you'll need to build from source  
> (but it's easy to do, just get the appropriate development packages  
> for your distro).
> There are a number of unimplemented/unfinished features at this  
> point, but for those who want an early look, there's something you  
> can play with. Feedback welcome; contributions, patches,  
> documentation, templates, etc even more welcome!
> JK
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