A distribution of the free typesetting system TeX, created by the TeX users’ group. Used to format text containing complex content, such as formulae and tables, according to typographical rules and prepare it for printing.
A GPL-LaTeX editor which simplifies the act of creating LaTex documents in Unicode. Supports the user when writing documents by means of an interactive spellchecker, syntax highlighting, code folding and automatic code integration. Fast and secure download from The H
Powerful LaTeX editor with integrated tools and functions, such as syntax highlighting, 370 mathematical symbols and expressions, search and replace, and spelling checker. Also converts LaTeX into HTML format.
Creates mathematical formulae and equations from input commands. These can then be exported in PDF, EPS, TIFF or PNG format. Also provides a function for writing and editing the equations directly in different text editors.
Vector drawing program with support for FIG formats used by Xfig, which is often used to create drawings for LaTeX documents. Graphics can be exported in various formats including PostScript, PDF, JPEG, PNG, PCX, TIFF, HP-GL, SVG, PIC, CGM and EMF. Features include anti-aliasing, layers, grids and magnets. A Linux version is also available.
Mac-Version of TeX Live, a distribution of the free typesetting system TeX. It consists of two parts: "MacTex," with all the components needed to run TeX on Mac OS X systems, and "MacTeXtras", a collection of additional components, such as a spellchecker and additional front ends.