EqualX is a convenient and easy to use C++ / QT editor to write mathematical equations without the need for manual water TeX/LaTeX code.
LaTeX most popular set of macrodactylini (the macro package) of the computer typesetting system TeX, which makes it easier to set complex documents. The package allows you to automate many of the tasks of typing and preparation of articles, besides the basic set, there are many expansion packs (thanks to the system’s capabilities is virtually unlimited).
The aim of the project EqualX is to provide the user an interactive editor for fast creation of mathematical equations to insert into the text, presentations, training materials, web pages, LaTeXdocuments, etc., for work requires TexLive or MiKTeX (complete TeX/LaTeX application).
EqualX visual LaTeX editor (WYSIWYG LaTeX Editor)when writing equations, you can see them in “real time“, which is especially useful for users not familiar with LaTeX and in need of a quick tool for writing mathematical equations.
Interface EqualX consists of several toolbars (disabled)in which the symbols are organized in groups, there are several editable templates (categorized by tabs). For the LaTeX-code is supported the syntax highlighting and auto-completion (start typing, you can select from the popup menu the desired character).
EqualX allows you to specify options for the generated equation (foreground color and background color, shadow, font, etc), drag (function Drag-and-drop / Drag and drop) equations to third-party applications, such as in a word processor. Conscious of equations can be stored in the library used by SQLite (compact, embedded, relational database) searchable (by tags), supported import/export equations to/from most common file formats (SVG, PNG, JPG, PS, EPS, PDF).
EqualX despite the current functionality is intended only for writing of the equations and is not a complete TeX/LaTeX editor, so if you need to write a full document, presentation, TeX/LaTeX, articles and other things, it is better to use a full featured editor (LyX, Texmaker, TeXworks, Kile , etc).
License: GNU General Public License version 3.0 (GPLv3)