[Scribus] Open Source Software and Book Authors
Sat Dec 16 06:03:16 CET 2006
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Ed Keith <e_d_k at yahoo.com> writes:
>> MikTeX is available on CTAN (http://ctan.org/). I
>> use it with WinEdt,
>> a text editor (this is shareware).
> More information on MikTeX can be found on its website
> at http://www.miktex.org/.
I use MiKTeX and find it quite good. It's easy to keep updated, and
it's easy to add packages. I've read of a ProTeX that's based on MiKTeX
and may have some advantages, but I've never used it.
> I'd recommend either Vim (http://www.vim.org/) or
> Xemacs (http://www.xemacs.org/index.html) for a text
> editor. They are both open source and cross platform.
In particular, check out AUCTeX, which runs under Emacs (and,
presumably, XEmacs). It's makes writing LaTeX markup much easier.
I've assembled a few links at
http://facilitatedsystems.com/links.html#writing; I'll have to add
Scribus when I get a moment.
Bill Harris http://facilitatedsystems.com/weblog/
Facilitated Systems Everett, WA 98208 USA
http://facilitatedsystems.com/ phone: +1 425 337-5541
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