jlm – Jörg's LaTeX Mode - an advanced LaTeX mode for Jed
JLM is an advanced LaTeX mode for the Jed editor. Its aim is to help the user by taking over annoying and stupid things that need to be done, like adding \usepackage when you add a command or environment from this package, or placing dollar signs around mathematical commands and move the cursor to an appropriate point.
JLM does not think for you. If you want a tabular but insert an itemize, JLM doesn't prevent this. So, you should be familiar with LaTeX and know what environments and commands are, and where to place them in a document; JLM is there to help writing them.
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|Copyright||2003–2007 Jörg Sommer
2003 Guido Gonzato
plug-ins for editors, for better (La)TeX and Meta* support
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