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[HELP] How to create LaTeX files with VS Code and MiKTeX, BOTH PORTABLE
1 project | reddit.com/r/vscode | 6 Dec 2021
Since you want a drop-in replacement for Overleaf I would recommend cloning Overleaf and following these instructions to get it running locally. Then enable Git in your overleaf Overleaf for version control.
Pay for LaTex Editor for Mac
1 project | reddit.com/r/LaTeX | 16 Sep 2021
Would running Overleaf locally make that less cumbersome?
Any good LaTEX front-ends in OpenSUSE Leap 15.3?
1 project | reddit.com/r/openSUSE | 4 Aug 2021
I just remembered there is OverLeaf, which is a web based tool which provides a split view code and compiled version (not dynamic like Lyx). While I haven't done this myself, you can also install it locally overleaf
JupyterLab LaTeX – live-editing of LaTeX documents in JupyterLab
4 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 17 May 2021
The Overleaf source code is available online , so you could even run your own instance.
Is there any feature to track changes or comment in a LaTeX document?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/LaTeX | 19 Apr 2021
I'd like to suggest Overleaf again since it seems to be exactly what you need. If you don't want to pay for more than one collaborator, you can actually host it yourself. You can add users and administrators as you like (you can also add an SMTP server to allow sending email invitations to collaborators).
Sensible workflow for LaTeX colaboration
1 project | reddit.com/r/git | 15 Apr 2021
I know it maybe doesn’t help you much probably, but the overleaf editor is open-sourced :) here you have a link https://github.com/overleaf/overleaf
The TEX tuneup of 2021 [pdf]
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 10 Apr 2021
Some of my collaborators use Overleaf with the git bridge to interact with our version-controlled drafts. The git bridge is broken, and overwrites git filemodes, erasing executable bits without the user's request; even on files that the Overleaf user doesn't touch. This breaks scripts that we need to produce figures. Every time we have a new paper to work on we have a problem.
It drives me crazy. Overleaf claims that this would require a nontrivial overhaul of their software, which I find hard to believe. But their code is complicated enough that I can't just look at it and find the fix.
Free overleaf alternative with full github integration?
1 project | reddit.com/r/LaTeX | 20 Jan 2021
Could you get a droplet and run your own server? You could add in GitHub on your own.
Mathcha – Online Mathematics Editor
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 10 Jan 2021
probably https://github.com/overleaf/overleaf it used to be called sharelatex
I want to develop a web app similar to Overleaf
1 project | reddit.com/r/webdev | 5 Jan 2021
Note that Overleaf is open source, and you can view the code on our [Github page](https://github.com/overleaf/overleaf/) if you want some inspiration.
What are some alternatives?
Leanote - Not Just A Notepad! (golang + mongodb) http://leanote.org
OpenNote - OpenNote was built to be an open web-based alternative to Microsoft OneNote (T) and EverNote.
draw.io - Source to app.diagrams.net
Standard Notes - A free, open-source, and completely encrypted notes app. https://standardnotes.com
CherryTree - cherrytree
HackMD - CodiMD - Realtime collaborative markdown notes on all platforms.
Markdown Edit - online markdown editor/viewer