Alexander Hunziker 2005-01-06 21:17:02 UTC I have this vision of a set of LaTeX extension which would be very useful in gedit: * Programmable toolbar buttons that execute latex, pdflatex or similar and then switch to evince (http://cvs.gnome.org/viewcvs/evince/) for example * A menu full of LaTeX macros, for example a command that pastes $$#$$ into your file and places the cursor at the # * A sidebar that shows a document tree (it could get its information either by parsing the document itself or by using the *.aux or *.toc files generated by TeX) Paolo Maggi 2005-01-07 10:23:19 UTC Have you tried to use the taglist plugin? I'd like a nice LaTeX plugin too. Alexander Hunziker 2005-01-08 10:47:18 UTC Yeah, I know the taglist plugin. It's a start :-) While I have no Gnome programming experience, I am willing to help with this if there's work a non-programmer can do. Feel free to contact me if you happen to work on this :-) Paolo Maggi 2005-01-11 10:31:18 UTC *** Bug 154080 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. *** Paolo Borelli 2005-02-04 16:54:40 UTC *** Bug 154932 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. *** Paolo Borelli 2005-02-04 16:56:20 UTC In bug 154932 the reporter suggests taking a look at AUCTeX (http://www.gnu.org/software/auctex), which offers powerful latex extensions for emacs.  Paolo Maggi 2006-03-04 17:55:23 UTC We are moving all the request for plugins that we don't plan to add to gedit itself on live.gnome.org/Gedit. Closing as WONTFIX. Alexander Hunziker 2006-03-04 19:31:49 UTC With taglist, the snippet plugin and the external tools plugin available, gedit can already be turned in quite a comfortable LaTeX editor. Syntax highlighting is also available. The only thing that I personally would like on top of that is a tree structure showing the structure of your document, making it easier to jump to certain sections of longer documents.