TeXlipse 1.2.0 - New and Noteworthy

Check also TeXlipse 1.1.0 - New and Noteworthy for more funky features of older TeXlipse versions.

Annotate unbalanced braces

The background parser was improved and now detects and annotates unbalanced braces.


Open Declaration

TeXlipse now supports the navigation command Open Declaration (Shortkey: F3). You can use it to

  • jump to the defining label, if cursor is on a reference
  • jump to the definition of a selected custom command that was created via \newcommand,
  • open the file of a selected \input or \include command in the editor,
  • jump to corresponding BibTex entry, if cursor is on a citation.


TeXlipse now highlights the matching \end{...} command, if the cursor is on a \begin{...} command and vice versa. Furthermore all matching references and the defining label are highlighted if a reference or label is selected.



Jump to matching bracket

If a bracket is selected you can use Ctrl+Shift+P or the menu item Navigate/Go to/Matching bracket to jump to the matching brace or bracket

Also note that Java version 1.5 or greater is now required.