[OS X TeX] Re: Finding the Wiki

David Derbes loki at uchicago.edu
Fri Aug 6 22:07:08 EDT 2010

A small request. I have skimmed the first hundred pages or so of the linked book (which is a very nice resource for a beginner). Early on, in a list of necessary software to use TeX/LaTeX, there is a description of editors for various OS's. TeXShop is not mentioned. This seems to me almost criminal. If Joe (or someone) could make a small edit to the Wiki, I think it would be really kind to Mac users new to LaTeX. Of course there are other edits that probably should be made, but this one is easy. 

David Derbes

On Aug 6, 2010, at 6:01 PM, Joseph C. Slater PE, PhD wrote:
> Alain,
> The wiki is intended to focus primarily on the mac aspects of TeX and variants, without being harshly restrictive. There is a better place, I think, for such, although you could certainly use your own home page on the wiki to your hearts content. There is a more general wiki at
> http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/LaTeX
> That is quite extensive and seems to be well organized. I had seen it a while back, but we haven't a link to it yet (I'll do that after sending this). I think we certainly should be pointing to this resource prominently as it is likely of interest  to all readers of our wiki (narrowly focused on Mac users).
> Joe
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