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RTextDoc is a text editor with proofreading. It is designed for typesetting professional research papers and manuals using the LaTeX, AsciiDoc, and DocBook markup languages. It includes on-the-fly spelling and grammar checking, syntax highlighting, bracket matching, folding, a document structure browser for sections and labels, bookmarks, a manager for LaTeX symbols, WYSIWYG equation editor, and integrated BibTex database manager.

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Recent releases

  •  23 Dec 2013 02:05

    Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It includes a LaTeX draw tool to draw figures and generate PSTricks output.

    •  12 Dec 2013 02:18

      Release Notes: This is a maintenance release with small bugfixes. ctags for Windows was added.

      •  03 Dec 2013 01:50

        Release Notes: The main PDF viewer has been replaced with JPedal, since icePDF OS has issues rendering fonts. This release improves support for the AsciiDoc markup language.

        •  22 Nov 2013 03:34

          Release Notes: Support for AsciiDoc markup language is added. ASciiDoc is powered by the AsciiDoctor engine. The following features for AsciiDoc are added: a document structure browser, and conversions to DocBook, HTML, and PDF.

          •  17 Nov 2013 16:17

            Release Notes: The main change with respect to 1.4 is an increase in the speed of spelling and grammar checking. Text spell/grammar checking should be a factor of 4 faster for large text documents compared to 1.4, using substantial improvements in multi-threading.

            Recent comments

            08 Nov 2013 06:29 chekanov

            This is GPLv3, open source program. GPL does not mean "free", read this

            Free GPLv3 programs usually mean badly supported programs.

            04 Nov 2013 08:46 petervhooft

            This is proprietary software, not GPLv3.


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