[CentOS] latex writer in gnome? -- [indirect] LyX?
Bryan J. Smith
thebs413 at earthlink.net
Tue Nov 22 17:31:24 UTC 2005
Sharon Kimble <sharon04 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Does anybody know the gnome program that you can write in
> latex with please?
I'm sure most people will point you to emacs or vim syntax
> I'm not sure but I think its in the base repo. Its not
> winefish as it (winefish) doesn't compile the source text
> like the program that I'm looking for does.
Any reason you don't like Qt-based LyX?
I use the base articles and then in-line the ERT (evil red
text aka direct in-line [La]TeX). I can see how some [La]TeX
power users might not like LyX. But I'm a WYSIWYM loving
wennie, and LyX does most of what I need outside of an ERT
block here and there.
Just curious, as I'm always on the lookout for new ways to
write LaTeX. Some of the newer LaTeX to/from SXW converters
are also nice, and LyX outputs it's strict common article
LaTeX for doing such (at least in my experience).
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