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       kile - the KDE Integrated LaTeX Environment


       kile [ generic-options ] [ --line line ] [ --new ] [ file ]


       Kile  (the  KDE  Integrated LaTeX Environment) is a user-friendly LaTeX
       source editor and TeX shell for KDE.

       The source editor is a multi-document editor designed for .tex and .bib
       files.   Menus, wizards and auto-completion are provided to assist with
       tag insertion and code generation.  A structural view of  the  document
       assists with navigation within source files.

       The TeX shell integrates the various tools required for TeX processing.
       It assists with LaTeX compilation, DVI and postscript document viewing,
       generation of bibliographies and indices and other common tasks.

       Kile can support large projects consisting of several smaller files.


       Below  are  the  kile-specific options.  For a full summary of options,
       run kile --help.

       --line line
              Jump to the given line in the file that is opened.

       --new  Start a new Kile main window.


       Full user documentation is available through the KDE Help Centre.   You
       can  also  enter the URL help:/kile/ directly into konqueror or you can
       run ‘khelpcenter help:/kile/’ from the command-line.

       If the KDE Help  Centre  is  not  installed  then  you  can  read  this
       documentation in HTML format from /usr/share/doc/kde/HTML/en/kile/.


       Kile was written by Pascal Brachet <>
       and Jeroen Wijnhout <> with contributions
       from many others.
       This  manual  page  was prepared by Ben Burton <> for the
       Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

                                 June 22, 2005