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README
JLM is an advanced LaTeX mode for Jed <http://www.jedsoft.org>. Its aim is to
help the user by taking over annoying and stupid things they need to be done,
like add a \usepackage when you add a command or environment from this package
or put dollar signs around mathematical commands and move the cursor to an
appropriate point.

JLM does not think for you. If you want a tabular, but insert an itemize, JLM
doesn't prevent this. So, you should be familiar with LaTeX and know what
environments and commands are and where to place them in a document—JLM helps
writing them.

You can get the newest development version via SVN from

   https://svn.lug-jena.de/repos/public/jjm

Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (517.6k).

jlm – Jörg's LaTeX Mode - an ad­vanced LaTeX mode for Jed

JLM is an ad­vanced LaTeX mode for the Jed ed­i­tor. Its aim is to help the user by tak­ing over an­noy­ing and stupid things that need to be done, like adding \usep­a­ck­age when you add a com­mand or en­vi­ron­ment from this pack­age, or plac­ing dol­lar signs around math­e­mat­i­cal com­mands and move the cur­sor to an ap­pro­pri­ate point.

JLM does not think for you. If you want a tab­u­lar but in­sert an item­ize, JLM doesn't pre­vent this. So, you should be fa­mil­iar with LaTeX and know what en­vi­ron­ments and com­mands are, and where to place them in a doc­u­ment; JLM is there to help writ­ing them.

Pack­age De­tailsjlm
Ver­sion188
Li­censeGNU Gen­eral Public Li­cense
Main­tainerJörg Som­mer
Topics plug-ins for ed­i­tors, for bet­ter (La)TeX and Meta* sup­port
See also latex4jed
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