TeXShop gives you the possibility to create and typeset TeX and LaTeX files and view the result on the display. By default TeXShop is using pdftex or pdflatex instead of tex or latex.
These applications create standard PDF documents rather than dvi files, hence it is easier to display the result on Mac OS X. TeXShop can be used with any TeX distribution but does not actually include TeX.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Two important changes that require user intervention.
· Go to TeXShop Preferences and select the Engine tab. Press both “Default” but- tons in the pdfTeX section of the pane in the middle of the left side.
· Go to the Library folder in your home directory. This folder is hidden in Lion, but you can get to it from the Finder’s “Go” menu by pressing the option key while the menu is selected. In this Library folder, there is a TeXShop folder containing several subfolders. Inside TeXShop/New/Templates is a template named “Latex- Template.tex”. Move this to TeXShop/Templates, overwriting the old template with the same name. If you edited this old template, you’ll need to merge your changes with the changes from the new version.
The key feature of TeXShop 3.10 is removal of the “–shell-escape” flag for the pdftex and pdflatex engines. This flag gives TEX permission to call other programs during typesetting. Unfortunately, the flag allows any shell program to be run, including for instance a ...