As of now the Kile version 1.7,=20
an Integrated LaTeX Environment for KDE,=20
is available for download (for instructions use this link):
Kile-1.7 requires KDE 3.2 or newer.
This test release offers many new features, in particular the following sho=
be tested (full Changelog can be found below):
=2D new tool system, QuickBuild tool can be configured completely
=2D it is possible to switch to other TeX systems besides LaTeX
=2D autocompletion of (La)TeX commands, configurable (Settings->Configure=20
=2D System Check (Settings->System Check), checks if all (La)TeX tools are=
available and if Kile is configured correctly. This needs to be checked sin=
people have reported problems with this feature.
=2D Detailed clickable error summary.
Several others have worked on this release, in particular I would like to=20
mention Holger Danielsson and Simon Martin, who both put a lot of effort in=
Kile - an Integrated LaTeX Environment for KDE
version 1.6.3 -> 1.7b2
=A0- smart LaTeX: rerun automatically when needed, runs BibTeX and/or MakeI=
=A0- a more flexible and powerful tool system
=A0- automatic completion of LaTeX commands
=A0- access to teTeX help system
=A0- system configuration checker (Settings->System Check), detects install=
errors, missing apps and wrong Kile settings
=A0- BibTeX files are now parsed as well, references in a BibTeX file can b=
used in \cite autocompletion now as well
=A0- user defined commands (using \newcommand) are added to the autocomplet=
=A0- improved structure view, remembers its state, it doesn't collapse anym=
after a save
=A0- find in files dialog
=A0- several LaTeX specific editing options (close environment for example)
=A0- convert accented letters (like 313) to ASCII TeX commands (like \"E) a=
=A0- new side and bottom bars
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