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  • slide2handout
    slide2handout is a simple TeX/shell script that creates a printable version of PDF slides, that look similiar to ones created with MS PowerPoint. All one has to do is to specify source PDF filename and a list of page numbers.
  • tbibtools
    tbibtools provide a simple regexp-based BibTeX parser that can be used to sort bib files, reformat bib files, list keys in a bib file, and show bib entries matching a regular expression.
  • teTeX
    teTeX is a complete TeX distribution for UNIX compatible systems, maintained by me, Thomas Esser. It is based on the web2c distribution which is currently maintained by Olaf Weber.
  • tetex-upmethodology
    tetex-upmethodology provides a complete set of LaTeX styles that permit you to write documents according to a UP-based methodology. Its major features are document history, task management, design and specification documentation, and helping tools.
  • Texcaller
    Texcaller is a convenient interface to the TeX command line tools.
  • TeXfig
    TeXfig is a small tool which uses Latex for setting the text in xfig documents. This is useful if you want to produces figures with complicated text elements like formulas.
  • texi2latex
    texi2latex is a program that converts Texinfo files to the LaTeX format. It is a full implementation of the Texinfo file format.
  • TeXlipse plugin
    The TeXlipse plugin for Eclipse provides support for LaTeX projects. It is primarily aimed at users who already know the basics about LaTeX, newbies will surely find it useful but also a steeper learning curve.
  • Texmaker
    Texmaker is a program that integrates many tools needed to develop documents with LaTeX, in just one application. Read more
  • TeXML
    TeXML is an XML vocabulary for TeX.
  • TeXstudio
    TeXstudio is an integrated environment for writing LaTeX documents. Our goal is to make writing LaTeX as easy and comfortable as possible. Therefore TeXstudio has numerous features like syntax-highlighting, integrated viewer, reference checking and various assistants.
  • TeXwrapper
    TeXwrapper allows to run TeX and some tools like BibTeX or MakeIndex at once. If an error occurs, it scans the transcript files and sends a ``compiler style'' error message to stderr, that is: filename:line:column:message.
  • thwack
    thwack is a typesetter that takes troff input and produces XML output. With macro packages, it can produce DocBook XML and limited XSL-FO.
  • TkDVI
    TkDVI is a new DVI previewer for Unix, based on John Ousterhout's script language Tcl/Tk. TkDVI defines »DVI images« that display a page from a DVI file in a Tk widget such as the canvas widget. The usual features are available, for example, shrinking the image by various amounts.
  • Tomboy-LaTeX
    Tomboy-LaTeX is a plugin for the desktop note-taking application Tomboy. It automatically converts LaTeX math code enclosed in [...] into inline images. Clicking on the image and moving the cursor near the image reveals the markup again.
  • TransFig
    TransFig is a set of tools for creating TeX documents with graphics which are portable, in the sense that they can be printed in a wide variety of environments.
  • TTH
    TTH translates TEX, the predominant mark-up language for expressing mathematics, into HTML, the language of world-wide-web browsers. It thereby enables mathematical documents to be made available on the web. Document structure, using either the Plain or LaTeX macro packages, is also translated and incorporated in the form of hyperlinks.
  • Tubaina
    Tubaina is a textbook generator that uses a simple syntax and outputs either HTML or LaTeX documents.
  • Universaltext Interpreter
    Universaltext Interpreter is a tool to produce written output (e.g. a prose book to be published, a dictionary in both electronic and paper format, or a Web site).
  • urwcyr-tex
    urwcyr-tex is a set of TeX bindings for URW Cyrillic fonts.
  • wiki2beamer
    wiki2beamer is a small tool to create LaTeX Beamer presentations from text files with a wiki-like syntax. It therefore enables the user to create beamer presentations in a less time-consuming way.
  • Winefish
    Winefish is a LaTeX editor based on the Bluefish HTML editor. Winefish is designed for experienced LaTeX Users. Its features include: customizable syntax highlighting based on Perl compatible regular expressions, wizards for startup, tables, lists, and other structures, autotext, autocompletion support, support for multiple encodings, a customizable toolbar, and a custom menu.
  • Wyneken
    Wyneken is a content-oriented text processor that makes your life as a student easier by allowing you to create and manage digital notebooks. Wyneken also allows you to create PDF presentations, letters, articles, and reports. Wyneken creates highly professional documents in PDF, DVI, HTML, RTF, and Ascii Text.
  • xdvi
    xdvi is a program to display TeX .dvi files under the X Window System. It runs under Unix (and look-alikes) and possibly VMS.
  • xdvik
    Xdvik is a program for displaying DVI files on the X window system. It is based on the regular (non-k) xdvi of the same version number, and is part of the texk project (deployed e.g. in teTeX).
  • xtem_TeXMenu
    A simple and comfortable graphical user interface (GUI) to control the following TeX/LaTeX facilities. xtem is written for Unix platforms and has been tested on many systems. It requires Tcl, the appropriate Tk.

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