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# MeenyLaTeX

MeenyLaTeX is an experimental version of the MiniLatex package.

MiniLatex (the language) is a subset of LaTeX that can be rendered into pdf by standard tools such as pdflatex. MiniLatex source text can be live-rendered in a web browser using a suitable application, e.g., MiniLatex Live or www.knode.io. For a technical discussion, see the Hackernoon article, Towards LaTeX in the Browser.

## Changes

1. The top level module Driver has been renamed MiniLatex

2. MeenyLatex renders LaTeX source text into Html a using Render2.render rather than String representing Html using Render.render

3. The MiniLatex module uses the Html a renderer as does the demo app.

4. MathJax is called to render formulas using custom elements (courtesy of @luke on the Elm Slack), rather than using ports.

I plan to re-expose the String renderer in the MiniLatex module. This is needed for printing and can also be used to publish documents as Html using a different frontend.

Note: Since this is the experimental version, the API may change (and be cleaned up) substantially.
I've exposed much more than is eventually needed in order to experiment better.

## Note to myself

On my laptop, this repository is in /Users/carlson/dev/apps/MiniLatex/MeenyLatexPackage2

## Acknowledgments

I wish to acknowledge the generous help that I have received throughout this project from the community at http://elmlang.slack.com, with special thanks to Ilias van Peer (@ilias), Luke Westby (@luke), and Evan Czaplicki (@evancz).