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Mar
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comment Do[ ]s and Don't[ ]s when teaching Mathematica in undergraduate courses
@J.M. Sure it is, Times[t[],Derivative[1][Don]] :)
Mar
3
comment Do[ ]s and Don't[ ]s when teaching Mathematica in undergraduate courses
Isn't this just another version of the pitfalls question? Is this substantially different from that one?
Mar
2
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Feb
29
revised Integro-differential eqn with double integral
appended answer 26945 as supplemental (with edits)
Feb
25
comment Automatic e-mail/text message when a calculation has finished?
@Olórin That is addressed in the answer... please read it fully. I quote: "You use these buttons by first evaluating (Shift-Enter) all the cells that you want processed and then click the desired button and walk away."
Feb
24
comment Automatic e-mail/text message when a calculation has finished?
@Olórin Can you explain what is confusing about it or what doesn't work for you?
Feb
24
comment Recommended settings for git when using with Mathematica projects?
@Kuba Aha, I think I understand what you mean. Please try git reset after the rm -rf step.
Feb
24
comment Recommended settings for git when using with Mathematica projects?
@Kuba No, there's no need for a git there. While git rm is a command, I don't think -rf is supported. Either way, what we're doing here is emptying the contents of the entire directory so that we can start with a "clean" parent (after the deploy). Note that .git and .gitignore (or any . file in that directory) won't be deleted.
Feb
22
revised Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
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Feb
21
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@Jens Thanks for the feedback. I'll add the \[...] to unicode mapping in the next release :)
Feb
21
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@murray I added a new style that uses colors from the mathematica notebook. You can use it if you install the latest version from here and use \usemintedstyle{mathematicanotebook} in the above example.
Feb
21
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@Jens It should do a little more than the website highlighting because the local variable x in x + Block[{x}, x] should be a different color than the one outside (this is only in the v0.3.0-rc-1 version). Regarding the \[Theta], I have all the ability to do that in the highlighter... the only problem is that I still haven't figured out whether that can be provided as an option via Pygments because not everyone might want to convert their \[...] characters into unicode.
Feb
20
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@Jens If you don't mind me using you as a guinea pig... could you please try out version 0.3.0-rc-1 from here? It has support for highlighting local variables in Block, With and Module. I'm still working on adding support for highlighting patterns in := and :> so that's not going to look right. I'm mostly looking for some tests on real-world mathematica code to see if there are things I've overlooked (or things I might have to compromise on for practicality).
Feb
18
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17
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Feb
17
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@Jens Ah, I didn't realize that you actually wanted \[Element] itself recognized as an operator. I thought it was a copy-paste result of :) Should be very easy to add, but I might wait on this one since I'm working on a couple of other additions. Also, it'll give me more time to collect other feedback/suggestions on it. BTW, it would also be easy for me to make modifications such as \[Element] -> on the fly, but I haven't been able to find a way to configure that as an option to only allow those who want it to use it...
Feb
17
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@Jens Please try the latest commit from master
Feb
16
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@Jens It's coming soon... I'll make the release sometime tomorrow :)
Feb
16
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Feb
15
comment Highlighting Mathematica code in $\LaTeX$ document
@Jens You're right. I plan to add that in soon. I didn't include in the first release because python 2.x doesn't always play well with unicode and it'll be a pain to support it across different versions of python (don't know if there are OS differences...). I will have some solution for this soon though, so you should be able to write and have it be recognized as an operator or write \[Element] or α or \[Alpha] and have it be recognized as a symbol.