[latexrefman] Math functions and Math accents
Vincent Belaïche
vincent.belaiche at gmail.com
Wed Jun 6 17:32:37 CEST 2018
Hello Jim,
@BES{x,y}, is that x is the unicode code point in hexadecimal notation,
and y the TeX macro.
2115'h = 8469
https://unicode-table.com/fr/search/?q=8469
That should be unicode symbol ℕ, ie \mathbb{N} in LaTeX, but I don't
know how you make it in TeX, and you probably need to load some specific
font.
Concerning MathJax, I don't think that this would be the best joice for
Texinfo, because MathJax is written in Javascript, AFAIK, but the
Texinfo HTML compiler is written in Perl
There are some perl module that do the same as MathJaX, see
https://dlmf.nist.gov/LaTeXML/
However, I am not sure that they are as powerful as MathJaX (or maybe
they are more powerful… )
An alternative for rendering equations from a PERL script would be to do
system calls use pdflatex + preview + ghostrcipt to get a PNG picture
that can be embedded in the HTML output.
V.
Le 06/06/2018 à 15:58, Hefferon, Jim S. a écrit :
> Make the math functions output make sense; it used @math and for instance the definition of \sin was \sin in italics. Hope I did not break the PDF, or more correctly, that it now works again. (I don't understand @BES{2115,}, TBH.)
>
> TODO: someday get texinfo to use MathJax.
>
> Jim
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