As you may have already read here, LaTeX is an extremely useful document markup language. Whether it is for a research paper, a math homework, a presentation, or a fancy resume, LaTeX is pretty much the go to language. However, its syntax can be a bit confusing at first, and it is recommended, at least in the beginning, to use a LaTeX editor software.
Does Slackware come with a GUI for LaTeX ? What text editor does Slackware provide as a LaTeX interface? I've searched "LaTeX for Beginners using Slackware and all I get is "Slackware OS Documentation" for Beginners written in LaTeX :) Tutorials I've seen thus far use some form of GUI for windows, mac, something?
Is it easy to do the following script? I have my LaTeX-documents on /home/jaakko/Documents/LaTeX and its subdirectories. I would like to have a script watch the .tex documents in that directory and its subdirectories and if some tex-file changes, the script tries to compile it as soon as possible (pdflatex file.tex). How can I do that in Bash?
I don't know if I get the same error messages as you, as you haven't said what errors you get.But the document will not compile for me. There are *many* warnings about deprecated commands, and at least one error due to not having the everyshi package which seems to be a requirement.So it seems this calendar document requires other latex packages that are not currently packaged for