Gummi (software)

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Gummi
Gummi icon
Gummi screenshot.png
Gummi 0.6.1 under a Gnome 3 environment
Developer(s) Alexander van der Mey, Wei-Ning Huang, Dion Timmermann and Robert Schroll[1]
Stable release 0.6.5 / October 20, 2012 (2012-10-20)
Written in C
Operating system Linux (GTK+ environment) and MS Windows
Available in Multilingual
Type TeX/LaTeX editor
License MIT
Website http://gummi.midnightcoding.org/

Gummi is a LaTeX editor. It is a GTK+ application which runs on Linux and Windows systems.

Features[edit]

Gummi has many useful features needed to edit LaTeX source code, such as:[2]

  • Live preview: The pdf is shown without the need to compile it manually
  • Snippets: LaTeX snippets can be configured
  • Graphical insertion of tables and images
  • Templates and wizards for new document creation
  • Project management
  • Bibliography management
  • SyncTeX integration

However, it lacks some features available in other editors:

Installation[edit]

Gummi is available in the official repositories of various Linux distributions, such as[3] Gentoo, Fedora, Arch Linux and Debian testing. Gummi can also be installed on Ubuntu by adding a ppa [1] (however, since Ubuntu 12.04 Gummi is already present in official repositories) and Windows via the installer exe on the site.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Gummi developers". Retrieved Sep 7, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Gummi features". Retrieved Sep 7, 2012. 
  3. ^ "Installing Gummi". Retrieved Sep 7, 2012. 

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