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Re: [edit+] Browsing through latex files

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  • madhg_bris
    I suggest looking at TeXnicCenter, an editor designed specifically for Latex. It is freeware, open source, good quality, and used by many PC-based Latex users.
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 14, 2006
      I suggest looking at TeXnicCenter, an editor designed specifically for
      Latex. It is freeware, open source, good quality, and used by many
      PC-based Latex users. See http://www.toolscenter.org/

      Latex features include: a tree view of all sections subsections etc,
      lists of \labels, equations, figures, graphics files, etc. It comes
      configured to run Miktex and optionally include Bibtex, view the .dvi
      file, or produce and view ps or pdf, all with a single click.

      Defects: at present, syntax highlighting is limited and not
      user-configurable; and it's a specialised Latex tool, in no way
      replacing the functionaliy of Editplus.

      best wishes,
      David

      >
      > On 5/17/06, Sudhir <sudhiriit@...> wrote:
      > >
      > > Hi,
      > >
      > > I use editplus extensively to edit latex files. While i can easily
      > > configure user tools for compiling/executing latex/bibtex/acrobat/yap/
      > > ghostscript, it is very difficult to browse through large latex
      > > files.
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