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From: Sam Lin <semin2006@gm...> - 2008-05-10 08:36:27
This is just copying the description from the website but did not answer
the question AT ALL... :( Actually I wonder if this mailing list is
still active (or even exist).
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> Date: Tue, 6 May 2008 22:40:33 -0700 (PDT)
> From: shengja <shengja08@...>
> Subject: Re: [Texniccenter-users] texniccenter: new updates?
> To: texniccenter-users@...
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> TeXnicCenter 1.0 Beta 7.01
> TeXnicCenter description
> TeXnicCenter is a feature rich integrated development environment (IDE) for
> developing LaTeX-documents on Microsoft Windows
> TeXnicCenter application is a feature rich integrated development
> environment (IDE) for developing LaTeX-documents on Microsoft Windows
> IDE means the integration of all the tools, needed to develop documents with
> LaTeX, into just one application. You have the editor to write your LaTeX
> files with, you can start the building process just by choosing a menu item
> and the output of the LaTeX compiler is written to a window of TeXnicCenter
> and analyzed, so that you can simply jump from one error, warning
> or bad box to another one.
> Also viewing the generated output is easy with TeXnicCenter. Just choose a
> menu item and the correct viewer application will be started and if
> supported by the viewer, the output will be displayed at the position
> belonging to the current source position in TeXnicCenter.
> And the best: TeXnicCenter is distributed as open source under the terms of
> the GNU General Public License (GPL) and is consequently available for free.
> TeXnicCenter's aim is to support the LaTeX-newbie by providing him the most
> important LaTeX constructs via menu and by abstracting the use of the LaTeX
> compiler and other tools like MakeIndex and BibTeX and even support the
> LaTeX-pro by providing a powerfull, fully customizable integrated
> To avoid misunderstandings: TeXnicCenter is not a WYSIWYG (what you see is
> what you get) interface for LaTeX and will never be, because we think that
> providing such an interface for LaTeX can not benefit from the advantages of
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