[TUHS] eqn

Adam Thornton athornton at gmail.com
Tue Oct 8 05:14:10 AEST 2019

And just in case you didn't know about it....


This converts org-mode docs to reveal.js presentations.

https://athornton.github.io/Jupyter-PCW-2019/ is an example

On Mon, Oct 7, 2019 at 10:36 AM Seth J. Morabito <web at loomcom.com> wrote:

> U'll Be King of the Stars writes:
> > On 04/10/2019 15:57, aksr wrote:
> >
> > [1] LaTeX is excellent compared to Markdown.  You can build a career
> > on top of it but not on top of Markdown.  I don't even consider MD a
> > proper markup format, aside from the simplest cases such as writing
> > introductory README.md files.  The only thing that La/TeX and MD have
> > in common for me is that they are both intolerable without Emacs modes
> > (AUCTeX and markdown-down.el).
> [With sincere apologies for taking this slightly more off-topic, but
> still within the realm of the vaguely UNIX-y...]
> This is one of the reasons I live in Emacs, too. I make extensive use of
> org-mode, not only for organizing my life, but also for generating
> documentation. Org-mode has extensive native support for LaTeX markup,
> and exporting marked-up documents to PDF via LaTeX. Additionally, of
> course, it can export to HTML and even Markdown if you like. But the
> LaTeX support makes it killer.
> In fact, veering back on-topic, there is even a mode to export Org-mode
> files to Groff Memorandum Macros documents[1]! It's a pretty powerful
> system.
> -Seth
> [1] https://orgmode.org/worg/exporters/ox-groff.html
> --
> Seth Morabito
> Poulsbo, WA, USA
> web at loomcom.com
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