Direct and reverse synchronization with SyncTeX

Jérôme LAURENS
Université de Bourgogne, France
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In this presentation, we will focus on SyncTeX, a new synchronization technology now embedded into all the major TeX engines available in TeX–Live. This new design is extremely efficient and strong, such that old packages like pdfsync and srcltx, are now completely outdated. But this is not the only advantage: SyncTeX also brings pdf synchronization to the whole Unix world.

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