LEd

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LEd
Developer(s)Sebastian Deorowicz,
Adam Skórczyński
Initial releaseJanuary 21, 2005 (2005-01-21)
Preview release
0.53 (build 6501) / October 9, 2009 (2009-10-09)
Operating systemWindows 95 and later
TypeTeX and LaTeX editor
LicenseFreeware
Websitelatexeditor.org

LEd (formerly LaTeX Editor) is a TeX and LaTeX editing software working under Microsoft Windows. It is a freeware product.

LEd offers a project manager, powerful editor, integrated spellchecker and thesaurus, build-in DVI viewer, descriptive hints for LaTeX commands, code complete mechanism, word wrapping, code folding, multilingual environment, and more. Nevertheless, LaTeX Editor is a small program.

System requirements[edit]

LEd works on Windows® 95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP/2003 operating systems. LEd's capabilities vary according to the operating system used, e.g., Visual Styles from Windows® XP. It, however, works with almost full functionality also on Windows® 95.

The recommended system configuration is:

  1. 333 MHz processor,
  2. 64 MB RAM,
  3. 4 MB of disk space for the standard edition + space for projects (space occupation depends on the spellchecking and thesaurus dictionaries),
  4. Windows® 2000/XP/2003 operating system.

Compatible TeX distributions[edit]

LEd can be used with any TeX distribution, however its full functionality is available with a distribution based on TeXLive or MiKTeX. LEd has been tested to work correctly with:

  1. TeXLive 6,
  2. TeXLive 7,
  3. TeXLive 2003,
  4. TeXLive 2004,
  5. TeXLive 2005,
  6. MiKTeX 2.4,
  7. MiKTeX 2.5.

License[edit]

LaTeX Editor (LEd) and all add-ons published at http://www.latexeditor.org are a copyrighted software. All rights are retained by LEd's authors: Sebastian Deorowicz and Adam Skórczyński or authors of packages distributed together with LEd.

LaTeX Editor is free software. You can redistribute it and/or modify it, but it should always carry a notice that it is a version of LaTeX Editor.

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