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CTAN update: BaKoMa – Patch 1 for V 7.50 - Word fixes.

Date: March 16, 2006 7:04:43 PM CET
On Thu, 16 Mar 2006, Basil K. Malyshev submitted a patch for V 7.50 of the bakoma package. This patch touches TeXWord only: 1) Fixed problem with automatical attaching some macro packages. 2) Ctrl+M is improved. Now it enters text mode when issued in math mode. To apply the patch for BaKoMa TeX 7.50 only texword.bkz unit is required. More details about changes and another bug fixing see at: <http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/systems/win32/bakoma/programs/changes7.html> > -------------------- About BaKoMa TeX 7.50 > ------------------ > > BaKoMa TeX 7.50 supports two coexisting IDE: > 1) BaKoMa TeX Word - True WYSIWYG LaTeX Editor. > 2) Text Editor + DVI Viewer - Classical IDE. > > About BaKoMa TeX Word. > > BaKoMa TeX Word is True WYSIWYG LaTeX Editor. > > The word `True' is used to highlight two following > facts: > > 1) It is True WYSIWYG Editor. > It means that display shows precisely the same what > will be printed. > It looks such that you edit your document > immediately in Preview Window. > 2) It is True LaTeX Editor. > It edits LaTeX source text without any > import/export > procedure. > It means that you can load and edit any LaTeX 2e > document. > > BaKoMa TeX Word is built on top of BaKoMa TeX graphic > engine and > consequently it inherits all features of BaKoMa TeX > related > with import graphics, font support, and document > export. > > It supports processors: > (1) Standard TeX and (2) e-TeX. > Other processors such as Omega may be added in > future. > > It imports: > EPS, PDF, JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF, PCX, > MSP, BMP, WMF, EMF, FIG, HPGL, and DXY. > It supports fonts: > OpenType (OTF/TTF), TrueType, PostScript Type1 > (including MM), > PostScript Type 3, and TeX PK/VF. > It exports: > DVI, PDF, SVG, PS, PNG (with HTML wrapper), and > HTML (TeX4HT). > > It includes built-in PostScript interpreter accessible > via DVIPS > compatible special interface that supports such macro > packages as: > PSTricks, PSFrag, graphics (psfig), draftcopy, > PowerDot, Prosper, Beamer, etc. > > Most important application of BaKoMa TeX Word is > final step corrections of LaTeX papers before > publishing. > > Editing slides in WYSIWYG interface > (with such packages as PowerDot, Prosper, Beamer, > etc.) > is another impressive feature of `BaKoMa TeX Word'. > > Beginner users of LaTeX may consider TeXWord as > good start point for learning LaTeX together with > writing papers. > > TeXWord is transparent for cooperation. > TeXWord don't use additional macro packages. > So that documents made with TeXWord may be compiled > in any LaTeX setup without any adaptation. > In other side, TeXWord can handle arbitrary LaTeX > documents. > So, that your coleagues may even don't know that > you > use > powerful WYSIWYG tool to edit your part of common > work. > > More information about `BaKoMa TeX Word' is at: > <http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/systems/win32/bakoma/programs/texword.html> > > Some snapshots are available at: > <http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/systems/win32/bakoma/snapshots/> > > Root of BaKoMa TeX distribution is at: > <http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/systems/win32/bakoma/> > > ------------------------------------------------------------------ Thanks for the upload. For the CTAN Team Rainer Schöpf

bakoma – A distribution for MS-Windows VISTA/XP/2000

BaKoMa supports two compatible user interfaces: (1) BaKoMa Word - Visual (True WYSIWYG) Editor; (2) Text Editor + DVI Viewer - Clasical IDE. The system supports the use of scalable fonts (OpenType, TrueType, PostScript Type 1 and Type 3). It supports import of EPS, PDF, FIG, JPEG, PNG, GIF, TIFF, HPGL, DXY, PCX, MSP, BMP, and WMF graphical formats. In advance, PostScript enabled graphics engine handles such packages as PSTricks, PSfrag, PowerDot, Prosper, Beamer, etc. The system supports generation of PDF, SVG, PNG, HTML, PS, and printing on any printer supported by a driver under MS-Windows.

MaintainerBasil Malyshev (deceased)



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