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LaTeXila 2.3.0 under GTK+ 3.2
Developer(s) Community
Stable release 2.12 / March 26, 2014 (2014-03-26)
Preview release 2.12.1 / April 26, 2014 (2014-04-26)[1]
Written in Vala
Operating system Linux (preferable GTK+ environment)
Available in Multilingual
Type TeX/LaTeX editor
License GPLv3
Website /LaTeXila/

LaTeXila is a TeX/LaTeX editor to edit TeX/LaTeX source code. It runs on Linux systems with the GTK+ libraries installed.


  • Features 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


LaTeXila has many useful features needed to edit TeX/LaTeX source code, such as:[2]

  • Customisable one-click commands to build, view and convert documents
  • Auto-completion of (La)TeX commands
  • Graphical lists of symbols for easy insertion
  • Templates and wizards for new document creation
  • Project management
  • Summary of the document structure

However, it lacks some features available in other editors:

  • Split screen (available in TeXShop, Vim-LaTeX (LaTeX-suite), TeXmacs...)
  • Compare (available in WinEdt, Vim-LaTeX (LaTeX-suite), TeXmacs...).
  • BibTeX integration (available in Kile, ...)

See also


  1. ^ "LaTeXila 2.12.1 release notes". 2014-05-11. 
  2. ^ "LaTeXila description". Retrieved Dec 8, 2011. 

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