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Re: LaTEX and Wiki

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The UniWakka wiki clone
http://uniwakka.sourceforge.net/HomePage
has a very comprehesive math support. And Latex export.
They generate MathML, not pictures like wikipedia.

As far as I understood they use a php script that can convert ASCII representation of math to MathML so no latex or other external progs are needed.
http://www.jcphysics.com/ASCIIMath/


Here is their math demo page
http://www.istitutocolli.org/uniwakka/MathInsert
looks impressive.

I'm currently trying to create a TikiWiki based student site at my university, math capabilities are highly wanted there.

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> The UniWakka wiki clone
> http://uniwakka.sourceforge.net/HomePage
> has a very comprehesive math support. And Latex export.
> They generate MathML, not pictures like wikipedia.
>
> As far as I understood they use a php script that can convert ASCII representation of math to MathML so no latex or other external progs are needed.
> http://www.jcphysics.com/ASCIIMath/
>
>
> Here is their math demo page
> http://www.istitutocolli.org/uniwakka/MathInsert
> looks impressive.
>
> I'm currently trying to create a TikiWiki based student site at my university, math capabilities are highly wanted there.