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As of today, LaTeX-styled maths natively supported in GitHub Markdown (comments, issues, README.md, etc) $n!!$
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As of today, LaTeX-styled maths natively supported in GitHub Markdown (comments, issues, README.md, etc) $n!!$
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I was able to put latex in my readme for a project I put on gitlab (although there was a weird quirk where the math was delimited by $' '$ rather than just $$). Is this the first time Github Markdown has been able to support latex or has it just not been native support hitherto?
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About time
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Finally, it was annoying to type math in the issue tracker for some of the projects I use / work with others on.
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This made my day
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Yes yes yes!! It’s about time. Such a needed convenience for any math-related packages. Hope support for all things programming pick it up soon (looking at you, Rust docs & sphinx)
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I love LaTeX, but honestly, on the web this would proly be better if it compiled to MathML instead of images
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Yay
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Why did it take so long?
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Isn’t that markdown already supports latex?
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