Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of AsciiMathMacro


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Nov 11, 2015, 3:35:16 PM (7 years ago)
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figaro
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  • AsciiMathMacro

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    3 = ASCIIMath: Convert Simple ASCII to MathML
     3= ASCII-Math: Convert ASCII to MathML
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    55== Description
    66
    77This macro allows equations to be written in a simple text format using a subset of the ASCIIMathML syntax. When the page is requested, the
    8 ASCII text is transformed into [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MathML MathML], which can be rendered in any capable browser: Firefox for sure, IE with !MathPlayer plugin, maybe Opera.
     8ASCII text is transformed into [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MathML MathML], which can be rendered in any capable browser: Firefox for sure, IE with the !MathPlayer plugin, maybe Opera.
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    1010No other executables, modules, or plugins are necessary for this to work.
     
    2020
    2121If you have any issues, create a
    22 [http://trac-hacks.org/newticket?component=AsciiMathMacro&owner=ArmstrongJ new ticket].
     22[/newticket?component=AsciiMathMacro new ticket].
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    2424[[TicketQuery(component=AsciiMathMacro&group=type,format=progress)]]
     
    2626== Download
    2727
    28 Download the zipped source from [download:asciimathmacro here].
     28Download the zipped source from [export:asciimathmacro here].
    2929
    3030== Source
    3131
    32 You can check out AsciiMathMacro from [http://trac-hacks.org/svn/asciimathmacro here] using Subversion, or [source:asciimathmacro browse the source] with Trac.
     32You can check out AsciiMathMacro from [/svn/asciimathmacro here] using Subversion, or [source:asciimathmacro browse the source] with Trac.
    3333
    3434== Example
    3535
    36 This macro is relatively simple to use. For example, to create a MathML representation of the Pythagorean theorem, one would enter:
     36To create a MathML representation of the Pythagorean theorem:
    3737{{{
    3838{{{#!ASCIIMath