GNU TeXmacs, A free, structured, wysiwyg and technical text editor

@inproceedings{Hoeven2001GNUTA,
  title={GNU TeXmacs, A free, structured, wysiwyg and technical text editor},
  author={Joris van der Hoeven},
  year={2001}
}
The introductions of popular books on TEX and especially L TEX usually start with a celebration of the benefits of structured documents and generic markup. In this context, LTEX is often compared to wysiwyg (what you see is what you get) text editors, which are claimed to concentrate only on visual design and not logical design. See for instance section 1.5 of Lamport’s book on LTEX for some widely accepted reasons why not to use wysiwyg editors. In the past decade the empirical observation… 
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