Posts Tagged ‘latex-editor’


August 26, 2008

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Hello everybody,

it really seems to be time to get heard again in the web. At least with a small statement. Well everything looks fine at the moment. I had a good time the last months after my wedding and now I think everything gets normalized again. So what about BeaGTex? Any important news? Well there are news!

First of all the number of downloads. In August the magic number of 300 downloads has been reached for BeaGTex 1.3. That’s really good news, isn’t it? Well this fact is really great. But you and I know, BeaGTex is not perfect yet. There is still a lot of work to do. And this work will be done!

I’m really pleased, I can announce a new Version of BeaGTex: BeaGTex 1.4. This version will be realeased in late 2008 or early 2009. The work is just begining. I’m sure you all are very curious about the new features. Well you’ll get informed from time to time 🙂 But you can expect BeaGTex to become more international. It’s planed to release version 1.4 also in French, additional to German and English.

Well that’s it for the moment.

More to come in the next weeks 🙂

Let’s see how far I come …

Cu, Benjamin

BeaGTex 1.3 released

November 30, 2007

Version 1.3 of my favourite platformindependent LaTex-Editor BeaGTex is now available.

The new release includes all the mentioned changes and should be running with every OS, that has a installed a current Java-VM.

BeaGTex supports English and German for the moment.

The downloadarea ist reachable via the project-website:

or direclty at sourceforge:

Just have a look 🙂

CU, Benjamin

BeaGTex and Mac

November 15, 2007

It seems some BeaGTex-News mmade their way to several Mac-forums. In general it is the idea of BeaGTex to be a platformindependent editor, also for Mac. Java is available for many different operating systems, including MacOS. Unfortunately I don’t have any experience with MacOS myself and can’t say anything about how far LaTex is spread on these systems. I also cannot test all the functions properly on MacOS. My tests are limited an Linux and Windows at the moment. Of course I would be happy about any help concerning this point. So if any Mac-users want to, just let me know 🙂 After Googleing I realized that there is no great choice of LaTex-Editor for Mac. Maybe BeaGTex can fill this gap? To reach this goal there must be a dramatic growth of functions, but I think BeaGTex is on a good way and has the right concept.

Let’s see how far I come.

Cu, Benjamin