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If you find PresenTeX useful, you are welcome to download a command-line version for your system. It is written in Python, and requires LaTeX, dvips, and convert to be installed. I wrote and tested the command-line version on UNIX/Linux systems. It should work from a terminal window in MacOSX, but I haven't tested it fully there yet.
Download Here -- 2,929 downloads since August 6, 2008.

Presentex is being moved to Google Code. You may download it from that site, or use the svn repository (overkill, but since Google Code provides it):

$ svn checkout http://presentex.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ presentex-read-only

Installation on Your System:

After you have copied the presentex file onto your system, place it in your path (I have presentex at ~/bin/presentex) and make sure the file is executeable (e.g. $ chmod 755 presentex). Most people should be ready to go. However, you may need to make some minor modifications.

If you run
$ presentex --install
at the command prompt, the instructions will guide you through possible changes.

PresenTeX for the command line is at v.0.8 and was released on August 5, 2008.

Last updated: November 12, 2008