|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Texlab||1,182||2 days ago||9||October 23, 2022||28||gpl-3.0||Rust|
|An implementation of the Language Server Protocol for LaTeX|
|Ltex Ls||552||2 months ago||59||mpl-2.0||Kotlin|
|LTeX Language Server: LSP language server for LanguageTool :mag::heavy_check_mark: with support for LaTeX :mortar_board:, Markdown :pencil:, and others|
|Tableaunoir||156||3 months ago||30||gpl-3.0||TypeScript|
|An online blackboard 🖉 with fridge magnets 🌈🧲 for teaching, and making animations 🏃 and presentations ⎚.|
|A collaborative Latex Editor written in Scala and AngularJS|
|Math Server Docker||59||4 years ago||2||mit||Dockerfile|
|The ideal multi-user Data Science server with Jupyterhub and RStudio, ready for Python, R and Julia languages.|
|most simple static web server|
|Latex||18||3 years ago||mit||Java|
|LaTeX Render Utilities / LaTeX Render Server (Spring Boot REST microservice)|
|Slacklatex||9||6 years ago||8||Python|
|A slack bot for rendering LaTeX formulas|
|Texoid||8||7 months ago||3||agpl-3.0||Python|
|Lightweight Python server for securely rendering LaTeX diagrams to SVG and PNG within Docker.|
|A lightweight CI-server with a web interface|
A cross-platform implementation of the Language Server Protocol providing rich cross-editing support for the LaTeX typesetting system. The server may be used with any editor that implements the Language Server Protocol.
If your editor extension like does not install the TexLab server automatically, you will need to install it manually. We provide precompiled binaries for Windows, Linux and macOS. Alternatively, you can build TexLab from source or install it using your package manager. For a list of supported package managers, you can take a look at Repology:
A TeX distribution is not strictly required to use the server but TexLab cannot compile your documents without one. TexLab supports compiling using Tectonic. For an example configuration, please see here.
On Windows, you may need to install Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015.
You will need to install the following dependencies to compile the server:
Then run the following command in the project folder:
cargo build --release
texlab from crates.io
because we don't publish new versions of the server to the registry, anymore.
Instead, you can use
cargo install --git https://github.com/latex-lsp/texlab --locked --tag <insert version here>
After installing an editor extension, you can simply start editing LaTeX files. All editing features work out-of-the-box over all files in the currently opened workspace.
There is no need for magic comments like
and TexLab should figure out the dependencies of a file on its own.
Note that you may need to set the
texlab.rootDirectory option for some multi-folder projects.
TexLab features a variety of options which can be used to configure features like building or forward search.
See the Wiki for more information.
You can create a debug build by building the server without the
The resulting build can be used with the Visual Studio Code extension
by adding the absolute path of the
target/debug folder to your
PATH environment variable.
TexLab has an extensive test suite of unit and integration tests. You can run them by executing
in the project folder.
See CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.