|Submitted: Feb 22 2009|
Updated: 2 days ago
TeXstudio is a platform-independent LaTex editor which gives you advanced possibilities to write your texts, like interactive spell/grammar/syntax checking, syntax highlighting, code folding, auto completion, and more.
It also integrates all LaTeX tools into one application, so you can start all commands with just one key press.
- better Retina display support and svg icons
- align columns for
- magic comments to set spell check dictionary / file
- more flexible template resources
- store folded lines in session config
- better support for rtl-languages
- and more...
- bug fixes: template system on mac/linux, mac menubar, rendering/input of non-European letters
- swapped ctrl+page up/down shortcuts
- arbitrary foldable regions
- bug fixes
- new template system
- bug fixes
- cursor history
- references, packages and included file names become links on Ctrl+MouseOver
- insertion of handwritten equations (Windows 7 only, using TexTablet)
- improved table-code formatting, including options to specify the desired format
- metadata support in LaTeX templates and table templates
- checking for the correct version of the runtime library
- more context menus (fold panel, bookmark panel)
- optionally bold cursor for better visibility
- line operations: move up/down, clone
- windows installer: add possibility to associate .tex files with TXS
- new build system which allows easier combination of several commands
- support many new tools: xelatex, lualatex, biber, latexmk, texindy
- embedded pdf viewer
- bookmark manager and persistent bookmarks
- inline grammar checking using LanguageTool
- basic syntax highlighting for lua and for dtx files
- biblatex support
- citation API to insert citations from other applications (JabRef plugin available)
- table autoformating
- improved appearance
- update checker
- extended scripting: gui/dialog creation, access to other documents/programs/menus, background mode and events
- crash protection
- many small improvements
- several bug fixes
- list of commands accepting \ref/\cite-references can be changed
- remember search history
- support for different dictionaries per document
- find-invalid-bracket feature
- almost word level inverse pdf search
- complete file names in graphic including macros
- improved BibTeX auto calling
- more methods available for scripting
- several bug fix (especially crashs in the pdf viewer/syntax check/structure view) and minor improvements
- pdf viewer can show multiple pages in continous fashion
- pdf viewer works non-blocking (multi-threaded)
- preview works with included files
- key replacements can trigger arbitrary user macros
- double quote replacement can easily be selected from predefined list
- completer distinguishes between usual, most often used and all possible commands
- saving/loading profiles working
- more environments are syntax highlighted
- as always, bug fixes and small improvements
- Improved integrated pdf viewer (e.g. multiple pages)
- equation preview directly in text
- Better LaTeX checking (e.g. detect used packages)
- Autodetect included files
- and more
- Added an integrated pdf viewer
- "Spell"-checking of LaTeX commands
- Editor improvements (bracket completion, table editor, unicode insert dialog, hard line break)
- Automatically \end-environment renaming
- Guesses the text to copy to newly inserted LaTeX
This release shows the toc-like structure of all open files and updates it as you type.
Toolbars and menus are now customizable, and you can execute your own java scripts
DDE commands now don't require you to start the corresponding program first.
Several bugs have been fixes (e.g. all the code folding or on mac the single instance mode)
This fixes two critical bugs: DDE on Windows won't crash anymore and on mac it won't suddenly start to use 100% of the cpu.
Additionally some features have been extended: Forward search also supports included files, bibtex will be automatically called if the bib files have been changed and there is now a find in open files dialog.
After several month of development this release adds some sophisticated features:
It will interactively check LaTeX references and labels and will underline the broken ones within the text. In the same manner it will parse the included bib files to mark wrong citations and suggest the existing bibtex ids in the auto completion.
Also it is now possible to preview the currently selected text.
We imported the latest improvements of Texmaker (e.g. favourite symbols and some new tags) and Kile (over 730 hundred new symbols and a huge amount of completion words)
Some new minor features are templates, a random text generator and a tabbed log view. Last but not least many bugs have been fixed.
This release fix several bugs found by the community like broken syntax highlighting with \$, some crashes or missing mac support.
It adds Windows DDE support, customizable shortcut mapping (also shift+insert key bindings), word completion and error highlighting
The new features of TexMakerX (in comparison to the forked TexMaker) are mainly related to the editor, so interactive spell checking and code folding are completely new, while highlighting, completion and text navigation has been improved.
Also a text analysis counting often used words has been added and many bugs have been fixed.