[IPython-User] mathjax version 2
Tue Feb 21 15:09:53 CST 2012
Thanks for the tips. I think I will just wait until the Mathjax
developers decide that version 2.0 is real. I am just wanting to use
equation numbering in a notebook I am working on. I'm a physicist.
The notebook is about illustrating the hyperbolic character of
Maxwell's equations in Minkowski spacetime. This is not new stuff but
several techniques which have become quite useful in numerical
relativity are discussed, especially how one goes about demonstrating
hyperbolicity and the ramifications therein. The notebook uses the
markdown stuff a lot and uses Sympy to do the symbolic calculations.
It is a lot of fun and is good for me to learn/understand better some
aspects of Sympy.
I am really enjoying ipython and thank you developers for your
efforts. I am using 0.13 and like the interface thus far.
By the way, is there a url where a bunch of ipython notebooks are
archived? It would be nice to see what variety of things have been
done so far with ipython notebooks!
On Tue, Feb 21, 2012 at 12:53 PM, Brian Granger <email@example.com> wrote:
> * If you are installing MathJax yourself, just get the new version and
> you should be fine. We may need to update the install_mathjax
> function for the 2.0 version, but it may just work.
> * For the CDN version, it depends on how they handle the upgrade.
> For now I would just install the new version locally using
> On Mon, Feb 20, 2012 at 8:30 PM, Fernando Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> On Sun, Feb 19, 2012 at 10:31 AM, Comer Duncan <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> I am just wondering when you guys plan to put in the latest released
>>> version of mathjax? Version 2.0 is now 'out' and in beta. In another
>>> week or so presumably it will become the official 2.0. Since it has
>>> some needed enhancements and expanded coverage, it would be great if
>>> you could make it real for ipython .13 users.
>> Well, we don't actually ship mathjax, we only pull it from a CDN or
>> from a locally installed copy the user puts in. I don't recall how
>> the code looks right now, but wouldn't it automatically pull 2.0, at
>> least for CDN users?
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