10 Some No-No's
The TeXpider is capable of handling majority of LATEX documents without user interventions. Nevertheless, there are cases when you may have to modify your source to accomodate the TeXpider. Below are a few examples picked up from various sources we tried the TeXpider upon. Most of them came from the AMSLATEX.TEX documentation.
Things may go slightly (or very) wrong if you redefine LATEX commands or enviroments within your document. For example, the AMSLATEX.TEX documentation file redefines the verbatim environment after it has been intercepted by export.sty. This leads to extra spaces at the beginning of all verbatim blocks. The right way (if you really must redefine a standard environment) is to put the redefinition into a style file and load this style before export.sty is loaded.