Wikitex

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WikiTeX describes a modular system for incorporating LaTeX objects with MediaWiki output.  WikiTeX was designed with expansibility in mind; and, security willing, can accommodate any conceivable package.

See also: sandbox, additional features, bugs, usability review, todo.

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Classes

The following classes have been implemented:

Amsmath

Plenary AMS-LaTeX, including commutative diagrams (doc | template).

Chem

XyMTeX is an intuitive chemistry package by Shinsaku Fujita (doc | template).

Chess

Skak by Torben Hoffmann supports SAN and FEN notation (doc | doc | doc | template).

Feyn

feynMF by Thorsten Ohl for Feynman diagrams (doc | template).

Go

sgf2dg by Daniel Bump and Reid Augustin for go games described in SGF (doc | template).

Genan—Shuwa, 1842:

Graph

Graphviz by Lefty Koutsofios, et al.; for relational diagrams (doc | template).


Greek

Ibycus by Pierre MacKay for polytonic Greek (doc | template).

Music

Lilypond with midi output (doc | template).

[Listen]

Plot

Gnuplot by Hans-Bernhard Broeker, et al.; for plotting two- and three-dimensional line, point, dot, box, histogram graphs or vector fields (doc | template).

Teng

TengTeX by Ivan Derzhanski for Fëanorian Tengwar (doc | template).

id est,

“One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.”

See also

Credits

WikiTeX was conceived by Peter Danenberg, where Tomasz Wegrzanowski's texvc provided impulse; which packages twain may yet coexist in a self installation.

Several security fixes have been submitted by Johannes Berg.

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