[CentOS] SOLVED [was Re: latex writer in gnome?]

C.M. Connelly cmc at math.hmc.edu
Wed Nov 23 21:37:18 UTC 2005

"RB" == Rodrigo Barbosa <rodrigob at suespammers.org>

    RB> I know I should not say this, but I find VIM with syntax
    RB> highlightening a parted latex editor.

I now have to mention Emacs with AucTeX.  ;-) I generally grab the
latest AucTeX SRPM from Fedora Core (i.e., from Rawhide) and build
it locally.  Or else get the real source [0] and build that.  The
latest and greatest AucTeX incorporates preview-latex, which
``typesets'' some mathematical stuff for you and displays it in
your document.  I'm not that excited by that behavior, but you
might like it.

I also install Kile, a full-blown GUI editor, for folks here to
use.  It's a KDE program and is a lot like WinEDT.  Kile seems to
be reasonably nice if you like that sort of thing.  Dag has RPMs.


[0] http://www.gnu.org/software/auctex/download.html

  Claire Connelly                              cmc at math.hmc.edu 
  Systems Administrator                          (909) 621-8754   
  Department of Mathematics                 Harvey Mudd College
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