This is a fork of Alex Ross TextMate LaTeX bundle, which is a fork of original TM LaTeX bundle focused on speed. Focus on speed. It brings back commands removed by Alex and cleans up the menu.
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What is it?

This is yet another fork of Alex Ross' LaTeX.tmbundle. Alex did a great job simplifying typesetting process, however his work seems to be unfinished, moreover he has removed some original snippets that many of us were used to.

Too install it, remove Alex bundle and disable build-in LaTeX bundle and execute following in the console:

$ cd ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles
$ git clone git://github.com/nanoant/LaTeX.tmbundle.git

What are the key differences to original LaTeX.tmbundle

It does work only with Skim and Preview.app, since texMate.py is no longer used, this bundle assumes that we use either one of those two PDF viewers. This simplification makes builds much much faster (thanks to Alex Ross).

What are the differences to Alex LaTeX.tmbundle

  • Brings back original menu layout and LaTeX name instead of LaTeX 2
  • Brings back old snippets, we don't need to remove them when adding new features, right?
  • Fixes little annoyances, like log window remaining even we have no errors nor warnings.

What can be done

We shall simplify all other commands and remove totally texMate.py and check_open from the bundle. Anyway is there anybody who isn't using Skim for Mac LeX work?