Category Archives for Tools for LaTeX

Cooperation of LaTeX-Community.org and writeLaTeX.com

Since today, LaTeX-Community.org readers can use an online LaTeX compiler in the forum, provided by writeLaTeX.com, an online collaborative LaTeX editor with integrated rapid preview. By a single click on a link above a code box, the reader will land … Continue reading

09. January 2013 by stefan
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Sumatra PDF 2.0 released

Thorsten just posted on LaTeX-Community.org, that the version 2.0 of the free Sumatra PDF reader has been released. This PDF reader is known for its speed and its nice simple user interface. It works especially well with forward and inverse … Continue reading

03. April 2012 by stefan
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EtherPad goes open source

The source code of EtherPad, a web-based word processor that allows people to work together in real-time, has been released by the developers. Now it’s possible to run EtherPad on other servers than just etherpad.com. Alternative servers like the swedish … Continue reading

20. December 2009 by stefan
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Perl 5.11 now available

The release of Perl 5.11.0 has been published after more than two years of development by the community of Perl developers. The version 5.11.0 is a development release that has been made available in order to test and to develop … Continue reading

04. October 2009 by stefan
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Speed up the work by shell scripts II

In addition to the shell scripts mentioned in this post I wrote another small script: #!/bin/bash # texcd – change into the directory # corresponding to a certain tex related file if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then echo 1>&2 … Continue reading

15. July 2008 by stefan
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Speed up the work by shell scripts

When writing LaTeX and redefining macros I frequently have to look at the source code of macros in LaTeX class files or plain TeX sources. I got used to kpsewhich, find, grep and xargs, but because I needed it often … Continue reading

08. July 2008 by stefan
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