[pmwiki-users] Markup on more than one line
Nicolas Poulain
nico.poulain at gmail.com
Sun Nov 9 15:33:55 CST 2008
Nicolas Poulain a écrit :
> Hello,
>
> With mimetex and a set of markups, I have a (almost) LaTeX-compliant
> syntax on my site.
>
> If I write in one single line :
> $2x+3=5$ if and only if $x=1$
> I get what i expect : mimetex.php converts the two strings between the
> "$" in an image using the markup :
> Markup('$', 'directives', '/\\$(.*?)\\$/e', "Keep(Mimetex(PSS('$1')))");
>
> But sometimes formulas are not as simple and LaTeX formulas woud be more
> readable if they could be written on a couple of lines.
> Like this :
> $
> 2x+3 = 5
> \Leftrightarrow
> x=1
> $
> I don't know how to write a markup to do this job.
>
> Thanks for your help.
I reply myself beacuse i dit it with the following :
Markup('$','_begin', '/\\$(.*?)\\$/se', "Keep('<div
class=\"math\">'.Mimetex(PSS('$1')).'</div>')");
Markup('\\r','<$','/\\r/','');
\bye
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Nicolas Poulain
http://exomatik.net/
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