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What is your LaTex setup for Linux?
Also, your favorite font for a report.
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>What's your favorite editor for -
Emacs.
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Vim
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nano
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>>52347502
TeXMaker.
Although I use ShareLaTeX because I co-operate with 6 other people.
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I use nano, for writing c and stuff as well as just like adding a repository or editing config files. Should I switch to vim or emacs? They seem really annoying to learn... I use arch...
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vim + a line in vimrc that compiles with pdflatex
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Kile. (K integrated latex environment)
It is a good editor, works right away but if you want to configure it, it is easy to do so.
Instead of googling the name of some special characters, you can just use the built in sorted tool where you can see the character and clicking it will write it.
It automatically deletes temporary files so anything that isn't a tex file or pdf file is removed when you close the application.
It is pretty good.
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>>52348189
I'd honestly suggest switching to emacs. It's extremely customisable and should be most familiar to you, coming from nano.
Vim isn't bad by any means, but it's definitely going to be harder to learn, and doesn't have all that many benefits.
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>>52348099
>type i
>type backspace
>bunch of As start appearing
>type delete
>vertical tabs
>ctrl+c out of that shit
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>>52348271
>I can't read a tutorial
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>>52347502
I use texmaker on linux... And fonts?

\usepackage[charter]{mathdesign}
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>>52348267
Sounds cool, I'll check it out. Does anyone know any good plugins for writing C, I.e. syntax highlighting, or is that stuff built in?
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>>52348303
It has default C support built-in, though by default it auto indents according to GNU style (which is terrible), so you should change it to K&R or disable electric-indent-mode.
Though you can install more support for it: https://github.com/emacs-tw/awesome-emacs
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>>52348303
Yeah, most of what you'll want is already built in most of the time. I'd suggest adding milkypostman's repo for a wider selection of extensions though. https://melpa.org
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>>52348329
Cool. I will start using emacs then.
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texworks as a nice+lean editor, with latexmk to take care of bibtex and repeated pdflatex invocations and the like.
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kile + git
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>>52347502
Just use vim senpai. It werks.
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>>52347502
Emacs with the AUCTex package
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