# [racket] state of math expressions in Scribble?

2012/7/5 Prabhakar Ragde <plragde at uwaterloo.ca>:
>* Jens Axel wrote:
*>>* Prabhalar Ragde's code from
*>>*
*>>* http://con.racket-lang.org/pr-slides.pdf
*>>*
*>>* works quite well. Code ready to use in:
*>>*
*>>* https://github.com/soegaard/bracket/blob/master/docs/pr-math.rkt
*>*
*>* Thanks for making this more accessible, Jens Axel. One caveat is that the
*>* MathJax approach only works if you are connected to the Internet while
*>* displaying the page. If you are offline, you see the raw LaTeX markup (which
*>* is a good fallback for me, as I use pseudo-LaTeX in answering student
*>* questions on forums and in email, and they seem to adapt to it very
*>* quickly). A MathML approach would probably be better in the long run, as
*>* more browsers come to support it. --PR
*
With a little grunt work one can download MathJax to a local directory,
and include it instead of using the cdn url. That's the way I did for
set of notes on trigonometry. I remember that I couldn't figure out
how to change the headers from within Scribble. So I just ran an
sed after to adjust the headers to include the local copy of MathJax.
--
Jens Axel Søgaard