Project info for LyX

Share This Created 18 May 2000 at 10:37 UTC by Excalibor, last modified 25 Sep 2000 at 15:40 UTC by JMarc.


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LyX is a Document Processor that uses LaTeX as its backend for quality printed pages, while providing the possibility of using SGML (LinuxDoc and DocBook and thus generating content in text-only, HTML and a plethora of other formats) and tens of other document classes (from Articles to Brodway Scripts), Literate Programming and more, in a What You See Is What You Mean interface, with easy access to quality math formulae and any other thing a Document Processor should provide...

License: modified GPL (see

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