# LaTex

LyX / ReasonsToUseLyxInsteadOfLatex. << | Page list | >> This page lists reasons for using LyX instead of LaTeX.

The page was started after this mail was sent to the user's list. The person later wrote: I started writing my thesis with LyX, and I'm getting addicted :) so far so good! As someone stated it's much easier (at least for me) to concentrate on the contents with LyX, and I can do everything I used to do with my text editor. TeX Frequently Asked Questions. There is no citation type for URLs, per se, in the standard BibTeX styles, though Oren Patashnik (the author of BibTeX) is believed to be considering developing one such for use with the long-awaited BibTeX version 1.0.

The actual information that need be available in a citation of an URL is discussed at some length in the publicly available on-line extracts of ISO 690–2; the techniques below do not satisfy all the requirements of ISO 690–2, but they offer a solution that is at least available to users of today’s tools. Until the new version of BibTeX arrives, the simplest technique is to use the howpublished field of the standard styles’ @misc function.

Of course, the strictures about typesetting URLs still apply, so the entry will look like: A possible alternative approach is to use BibTeX styles other than the standard ones, that already have URL entry types. Candidates are: Installation. Before you can install the TeXlipse plugin you must have a working version of Eclipse.

Eclipse 3.1 or better and Java 1.4.2 or better are required to run TeXlipse 1.1.0. 0. Delete the previous version of TeXlipse Please make sure you do not have any previous version of TeXlipse in your plugins folder. In Windows systems the path might be: C:\Program Files\eclipse\plugins. LaTeX-Editoren. LaTeX. Zum Verständnis dieses Artikels sind folgende Seiten hilfreich: TeX (Aussprache: [tɛχ], „tech“) ist ein Drucksatzsystem, mit dem sich Texte formatieren lassen.

Dazu wird ein Text erstellt und die einzelnen Formatierungselemente – anders als in den gängigen Textverarbeitungsprogrammen üblich – direkt in den Quelltext geschrieben. Syntax highlighting for Python scripts in LaTeX documents — widerin.org. While developing my Python scripts in Eclipse, i wanted to have similar syntax highlighting in LaTeX documentation files.

I've added some customization settings for the listing package to reach my goal. Have a look at the attached screenshot, the result is really pretty This example includes all color definitions, but not all are used - it would be great if somebody could digg deeper into listings-package documentation and extend my code. \usepackage{color}\usepackage{listings}\usepackage{setspace} LaTeX für die anderen: LyX 1.5.x. Getting to grips with LaTeX - writing. Here are some tutorials I have written for getting up to speed with this excellent document processing system.

Minted - Highlighted source code for LaTeX. Minted development has moved to GitHub ( minted is a package that facilitates expressive syntax highlighting in LaTeX using the powerful Pygments library.

The package also provides options to customize the highlighted source code output using fancyvrb. For instance, this code: \begin{minted}[mathescape, linenos, numbersep=5pt, gobble=2, frame=lines, framesep=2mm]{csharp} string title = "This is a Unicode π in the sky" /* Defined as $\pi=\lim_{n\to\infty}\frac{P_n}{d}$ where $P$ is the perimeter of an $n$-sided regular polygon circumscribing a circle of diameter $d$. */ const double pi = 3.1415926535\end{minted} will produce the following rendering:

Themes / UserSubmittedThemes browse — TextMate Wiki. To install a new theme, select one of the .tmTheme links listed below, download it to your desktop and double-click on the file.

This will place it in ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Themes, at which point the new theme will appear in the list found in Preferences → Fonts & Colors. This will also set it as the active theme. (Once the theme is installed, you may remove the .tmTheme from your desktop.) Note: Please add an image here in addition to a link to your theme. Try to keep the list sorted! By Chris Kempson Download from GitHub By imagentleman. Emacs-config/site-lisp/color-themes/monokai-theme.el at master · afoglia/emacs-config. Monokai latex. LaTeX/Source Code Listings. Using the listings package Using the package listings you can add non-formatted text as you would do with \begin{verbatim} but its main aim is to include the source code of any programming language within your document.

If you wish to include pseudocode or algorithms, you may find Algorithms and Pseudocode useful also. To use the package, you need: The listings package supports highlighting of all the most common languages and it is highly customizable. If you just want to write code within your document the package provides the lstlisting environment: Another possibility, that is very useful if you created a program on several files and you are still editing it, is to import the code from the source itself. In the example there is a Python source, but it doesn't matter: you can include any file but you have to write the full file name. You can also specify a scope for the file. [LaTeX] finished with exit status 1. Source code highlighting in LaTeX. Writing a LaTeX document with Python code snippets. How to highlight Python syntax in LaTeX Listings \lstinputlistings command. Embedding Python in LaTeX.

Recently, while browsing the archives of the matplotlib mailing list, I stumbled upon the small python.sty package written by Martin R. Ehmsen. The package allows you to embed Python code in your document. When the document is compiled the code will be automatically run and its output included in the document. I’m a big fan of the Python programming language, so naturally I wanted to try it out. How it works Let’s start with a basic “hello world” example: Syntax highlighting for Python scripts in LaTeX documents — widerin.org. Syntax highlighting for Python scripts in LaTeX documents — widerin.org.