Screenshot of TeXstudio(2.7.0) highlighting some of its features.
Original author(s) Benito van der Zander
Developer(s) Jan Sundermeyer, Daniel Braun, Tim Hoffmann
22 February 2009
Stable release 2.8.6
/ 26 October 2014 [1 ]
Preview release 2.8.7
/ 17 November 2014 [2 ]
Unix-like, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS(experimental)
MB( Microsoft Windows) ,31.3 MB( Microsoft WindowsUSB (.zip)), 12-18 MB( GNU/Linux)(depending on the distribution ), 42.7 MB( Mac OS), 10.5 MB( OS/2), 10.5 MB( FreeBSD), 23.2 MB( Source code)
List of languages
English, French, German, Spanish, Czech, Hungarian, Italian, Russian, ukrainian, Chinese (simplified),Brazilian Portuguese
GNU General Public License version 2 or later [3 ]
TeXstudio is a cross-platform open source LaTeX editor with an interface similar to Texmaker.
TeXstudio is a LaTeX
IDE that provides modern writing support, such as interactive spell checking, code folding, and syntax highlighting.
Originally called TexMakerX, TeXstudio was started as a fork of
Texmaker that tried to extend it with additional features while keeping its look and feel. It runs on Windows, Unix/ Linux, BSD, and Mac OS X systems.
TeXstudio has many useful features needed to edit
TeX/ LaTeX source code, such as: [5 ] [6 ]
Assistants for images, tables, formulas (assistants offer GUI for visual and user-friendly creation of structures with complex code)
Drag and drop support for images Template system
Integrated PDF viewer
Live-updating inline preview for formulas and code segments
SVN support integration with the
BibTeX and BibLaTeX bibliographies managers Export into HTML
Document lexical analysis (e.g. word count, word frequency count, phrase count)
History of TeXstudio [ edit ]
TeXstudio has been
forked from Texmaker in 2009, because of the non-open development process of Texmaker and due to different philosophies concerning configurability and features. Originally it was called TeXmakerX because it started off as a small set of extensions to Texmaker with the hope that they would get integrated into Texmaker some day. While at some points you can still see that TeXstudio originates from Texmaker, significant changes in features and the code base have made it to a fully independent program. [7 ]
Release history [8 ] [ edit ]
TeXstudio release history
The first release TexMakerX 1.8 is finished.
The second release TexMakerX 1.8.1 is available which fixes several bugs and add some new features.
The new release TexMakerX 1.9. is available which adds several new features and fixes some bugs.
The new release TexMakerX 1.9.3 is available and fixes several bugs.
The new release TexMakerX 1.9.9 is available which adds new features and fixes some bugs.
The new release TexMakerX 1.9.9a is available which adds new features and fixes some bugs.
The new release TexMakerX is available which adds new features and fixes some bugs.
The new release TexMakerX 2.1 is available which adds again new features and fixes some bugs.
The new release TeXstudio is available.
The new release TeXstudio 2.3 is available.
The new release TeXstudio 2.4 is available.
The new release TeXstudio 2.5 is available.
The new release TeXstudio 2.5.1 is available.
The new bug fix release TeXstudio 2.5.2 is available.
The new release TeXstudio 2.6.0 is available.
The new bug fix release TeXstudio 2.6.2 is available.
The new release TeXstudio 2.6.4 is available. It fixes bugs and adds some features.
The new release TeXstudio 2.6.6 is available to fix some bugs, e.g. the home/end keys.
The new release TeXstudio 2.7.0 is available (see changelog
). [9 ]
The new release TeXstudio 2.8.0 is available (see changelog
). [10 ]
The new release TeXstudio 2.8.2 is available (see changelog
). [11 ]
The new release TeXstudio 2.8.4 is available (see changelog
). [12 ]
The new release TeXstudio 2.8.6 is available (see changelog
). [13 ]
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
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