Re: Any latex gui with vim key bindings?
JD Rogers wrote:
Yes, kvim has currently been removed. Even before that it is really
buggy (with automatic windows resizing etc.,) anyway. So I always used
vim-gtk even in KDE.
If what you are looking for is just a vim gui, there are several...
vim-gnome, vim-gtk, and others (kvim looks like it was removed from
If you read my original message, I have said that I have already tried
vim-latexsuite and texmacs. I am not really satisfied with both of them.
vim-latexsuite - though intuitive is not WYSIWYG
texmacs - though WYSIWYG kinda editor, has a complicated way of writing
latex file thus making it difficult to read/grep the actual file.
For the latex part, you may want to look at the package
vim-latexsuite which I haven't tried but looks interesting.
Except that it does not have a good editor associated with it. HTML has
very good editors (like nvu etc.,). But Latex does not seem to have such
If by GUI, you meant WYSIWYG, then lyx is probably your best bet, but
I strongly urge you to try to learn latex directly. I puttered with
lyx for a while, but even though latex comes with a little learning
curve, its well worth learning. Its much like HTML in many ways..
In the end, I still recommend kile which is not vim-keybindings, but
very nice for latex editing.
I will try kile. Thanks
PS:- If possible, please bottom (or inline) post to messages.
Kamaraju S Kusumanchi
Graduate Student, MAE