[texhax] Ubuntu editors for TeX

Tim McKenzie tjm1983 at gmail.com
Tue May 26 02:17:16 CEST 2009

I happily use Kile (also available through Ubuntu's package manager),
which is designed specifically for (La)TeX editing. Kile is made for
the KDE desktop; it should work with Gnome (which is the default
desktop if you're using Ubuntu, rather than Kubuntu), but someone else
might know of a TeX editor made with Gnome in mind.


2009/5/26 Randy Schilling <RChilling at comcast.net>:
> Hello -
> What Ubuntu text editor best accomodates TeX?  Is there one like WinEdt
> which allows you to TeX your .tex file, view your .dvi file,  create a .pdf,
> directly from within the editor?  Or is there a better way to work with TeX
> from under Ubuntu?
> Thanks - Randy
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