texstudio − A LaTeX IDE
texstudio [--line num] [--master] [--page num] [--pdf-viewer-only] [--start-always] [FILE]...
TeXstudio is a LaTeX editor with a graphical user interface. It provides syntax highlighting, auto completion, shortcuts, code folding, spell checking, and more. It integrates LaTeX command line tools. TeXstudio is a QT program based on Texmaker.
Files to open.
After opening a file, the cursor will be placed at the beginning of the specified line. If more than one filename is provided, the last file will be used.
The file will be defined as the master document. If more than one filename is provided, the last file will become the master document.
This option can only be used in combination with option --pdf-viewer-only in order to tell TeXstudio which page to display.
TeXstudio will open as a standalone pdf viewer without editor. FILE has to be a pdf file, not a tex document. Only the first specified file will be opened.
If this option is provided texstudio starts a new instance even if texstudio is already running.
Inserts the bibtex key citation at the current cursor position, automatically taking care of necessary cite commands.
More information about TeXstudio can be found at http://texstudio.sf.net/.
TeXstudio was written by Benito van der Zander <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Pascal Brachet <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Benito van der Zander <firstname.lastname@example.org> and Tom Jampen <email@example.com>.