Latest news about TeXmacs

Tricks for references and citations

TeXmacs 1.99.15 and 1.99.16 contains several interesting new features for references and citations:

Improved Html export

Version 1.99.14 of TeXmacs comes with a highly improved converter to Html. The resulting webpages should display nicely on a variety of devices, from smartphones to large computer screens.

In EditPreferencesConvertHtmlCSS stylesheet, you may specify a CSS stylesheet to be used for the generated Html pages. For instance, the “dark colored” theme has been used by the author of TeXmacs for generating his personal website. A typical article with mathematical formulas from this website looks as follows:

https://www.texmacs.org/joris/ffnlogn/ffnlogn.html

Release of the new Qt port of TeXmacs

From version 1.0.7.12 of TeXmacs on, the default graphical interface of TeXmacs is based on the Qt toolkit instead of the classical X11 system. As a consequence, we also provide new ports for Windows and MacOS, with a native look and feel.

Version 1.0.7 has been released

The main improvements with respect to TeXmacs-1.0.6 are:

Version 1.0.6 has been released

The main improvements with respect to TeXmacs-1.0.5 are:

Version 1.0.5 has been released

The main improvements with respect to TeXmacs-1.0.4 are:

A beta-version of the Windows port has been released

A beta-version of the Windows port is available now. The new version comes with

Please try the beta-version and let us know about possible problems!

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Version 1.0.4 has been released

The main improvements with respect to TeXmacs-1.0.3 are:

Version 1.0.3 has been released

The main improvements with respect to TeXmacs-1.0.2 are:

Version 1.0.2 has been released

The main improvements with respect to TeXmacs-1.0.1 are: