[NTG-context] Is there a mathematica typesetting manual
for ConTeXt ?
jfxiao at sibs.ac.cn
Fri May 13 05:18:20 CEST 2005
Thanks for your kindness, and sorry for my bad English ^_^
I mean I want to type some math formulas with ConTeXt. Since i don't
know too much about ConTeXt/TeX, i want to find a manual about this
subject and to learn by myself.
In the "ConTeXt an excursion"(page 15), it says,
"We advise you to do some further reading on typesetting formula in TeX.
See for example:
The TeXBook by D.E. Kunth
The Beginners Book of TeX by S. Levy and R.Seroul
I know that LaTeX(and AMS-LaTeX) has made some extensions to TeX in math
typesetting, so I'm wondering if ConTeXt has also made extensions to
TeX, or I can only type math formula in the way of basic TeX ?
Mikael Persson wrote:
>On 5/12/05, redox <jfxiao at sibs.ac.cn> wrote:
>>I am a newbie of ConTeXt, i'm sorry if my question is foolish.
>>I have two questions:
>>Is there a mathematica typesetting manual for ConTeXt ? There seems no
>>ConTeXt manual focused on mathematica. Or I just need to find a
>>mathematica manual for LaTeX ?
>What do you mean by mathematica typesetting? I am sometimes using the
>Mathematica math fonts. I also wrote somekind of macro that try to
>immitate Mathematica notebooks, a shot is given at
>The files for the fonts (the fonts are freely available) can I share
>without problems, but the macros for the book I can not share (yet at
>If this did not help in any way, please ask again.
>>I'm running TeTeX 2.0.2 on Debian Sarge, and the version of texexec is
>>3.1 which I think is out of date, so i tried to update ConTeXt.
>>I downloaded www.pragma-ade.com/context/latest/cont-tmf.zip , and
>>unziped it to /usr/local/share/texmf/, then I ran "mktexlsr" and
>>"texexec --make --all".
>>But when i ran "texexec --version", the version was still 3.1. It seemed
>>that the texexec wasn't updated.
>>Thanks in advance!!
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