[Beowulf] OT: Windows tex editors/processors

Micha Feigin michf at post.tau.ac.il
Sat Apr 11 15:40:08 EDT 2009


On Fri, 10 Apr 2009 05:30:55 -0400
"Peter St. John" <peter.st.john at gmail.com> wrote:

> One of the things I like about VIM is that I can install it everywhere. I
> use it on VMS, as well as unices and MSWin. That vivivi is the Editor of the
> Beast just adds flavor :-) vim.org has MSWin self-extracting executable.
> Peter
> 
> On 4/6/09, Geoff Galitz <geoff at galitz.org> wrote:
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> > Can anyone recommend a good tex editor for the Windows Vista platform?
> >  There are a lot of options out there on the web, but many of them seem
> > squirrely to me (too many required additional components or limited
> > usability).
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> > I have good ones for Linux and Mac, but we do some of our work in Windows
> > too!
> >

Texmaker is a nice cross platform editor.

Also, not exactly a tex editor but I work most of my time in lyx (the backend is tex and it can mostly import tex files)

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> > -geoff
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> > Geoff Galitz
> > Blankenheim NRW, Germany
> > http://www.galitz.org/
> > http://german-way.com/blog/
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