[NTG-context] How do Windows users call texexec etc.

Steve Peter speter at dandy.net
Thu Jun 9 23:02:29 CEST 2005

On Jun 9, 2005, at 11:27 AM, John R. Culleton wrote:

> Specifically I am writing a guide for typesetting beginners. What
> should I tell them is a good way to execute e.g., texexec from a
> Windows environment? Many of them are afraid of the command
> line. My instinct is to describe a Vim command such as
> :!texexec %
> or just give them a script to do that, but there may be a better
> alternative. Thoughts?

You can also have them set up one of the IDEs, like TeXnicCenter, to  
do that. See my column for the PracTeX Journal at http://www.tug.org/ 
pracjourn/2005-2/peter/ for more info.

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