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macs – Structured text editor for

macs is a “struc­tured text ed­i­tor” with spe­cial sup­port for math­e­mat­i­cal ex­pres­sions. The type­set­ting qual­ity of the pro­duced doc­u­ments is in­tended to be as high as pos­si­ble, i.e., com­pa­ra­ble to the qual­ity of doc­u­ments pro­duced with ; The user in­ter­face aims to be as nat­u­ral and pow­er­ful as pos­si­ble. In par­tic­u­lar, the text you see on the screen cor­re­sponds ex­actly to what you get af­ter print­ing. macs comes with a typed lisp ex­ten­sion lan­guage. Like emacs, this al­lows you for in­stance to re­de­fine key­board and menu ac­tions. macs can also be used as an in­ter­face for com­puter al­ge­bra sys­tems. In par­tic­u­lar, au­to­mat­i­cally gen­er­ated math­e­mat­i­cal for­mu­las are type­set in a sat­is­fac­tory way. It is pos­si­ble to gen­er­ate and PostScript out­put from macs. After com­pi­la­tion, the out­put will re­sem­ble the PostScript out­put, al­though we guar­an­tee no com­plete com­pat­i­bil­ity be­tween macs and . It is also pos­si­ble to im­port “well writ­ten” doc­u­ments. The present re­lease in­cludes an in­ter­face with Ghostscript, which en­ables you to in­clude PostScript (and some other for­mats) of im­ages.

Home pagehttp://www.tex­macs.org/
Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainerJoris van der Ho­even
Topics in­te­grated de­vel­op­ment en­vi­ron­ments


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