Tue Feb 19 07:01:49 CST 2013
Le 19 févr. 2013 à 11:17, Francesco Montesano a écrit :
> Dear all,
> As clearly stated, ipython notebook uses mathjax for rendering latex and the default behaviour is to use a online location for mathjax. If you want to install it you have to do:
> from IPython.external.mathjax import install_mathjax
> The "problem" with it is that it install mathjax on the ipython directory.
> My work and laptop computers (kubuntu 12.04 and 12.10) have already installed a 'libjs-mathjax' from the ubuntu repo. Is this mathjax different from the one used by ipython.
> If yes: what is the difference?
> if not: why Ipython does not use the system mathjax if available. If this is the case, it looks to me redundant, in particular if mathjax is a large package
Yes IPython can use the package mathjax, we just not configure it to do so, it is the responsibility of the maintainer of each distribution to do so.
I suppose libjs-mathjax should be fine.
Still you should be able to use the following configuration flag :
To provide the correct information to IPython in order to use it.
Does this help you ?
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