[squeak-dev] Simple math editor/typesetter

Gary Dunn garydunnhi at gmail.com
Sun Sep 11 16:27:33 UTC 2011

I use Lyx on top of LaTeX, then export to image which can be imported into
Squeak. All very manual. I recall seeing where someone was piping through
LaTeX to do the job on the fly. I should think that would produce a print
file easily, a bit harder to make a little illustration for on-screen,
interactive use.

Gary Dunn
Open Slate Project

On Sep 11, 2011 4:43 AM, "Nick Chen" <nchen.dev at mac.com> wrote:


(Cross-posted to the
http://forum.world.st/Simple-math-editor-typesetter-td3805250.html Pharo
mailing list  because that's what I'm using primarily
but I'm also interested in packages that work in Squeak)

I'm working with some simple math equations and am looking for a nicer way
display them. Is there any existing work that I might be able to

For instance, given this equation, (1+2/3)*4 I would like to see it
like the Equation Editor in Microsoft Word or the equations in a Mathematica
notebook. See attached screenshots:



I'm not looking for anything fancy. Something simple to get me started would
be helpful as well.

I looked briefly at Dr. Geo but I don't think it supports displaying
equations in that



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