Peter Danenberg 21:38, 17 February 2006 (CST):
- WikiTeX-1.1 BETA 2 is deployed, fixing a bug in the sudoer template;
HTMLlinks are restored in
<graph>. WikiTeX's effective prerequisites:
PHP5.1+, MediaWiki 1.6alpha1+. TODOs:
Peter Danenberg 15:11, 11 February 2006 (CST):
- We finally upgraded to WikiTeX 1.1 (beta); some highlights:
- Please report anything funny; TODOs:
Peter Danenberg 03:16, 23 Aug 2005 (CDT):
- Bugzilla is finally up, where you can report bugs or request features.
Peter Danenberg 19:54, 20 Jul 2005 (CDT):
- Salvatore Ingala has successfully ported WikiTeX to Windows; we'll clean up the code a bit, and incorporate his changes in 1.0.6. Additionally, Carlo Vanini has ported WikiTeX to TikiWiki; good job!
Peter Danenberg 04:20, 10 Mar 2005 (CST):
- (WikiTeX 1.0.3)
<chess>now supports Torben Hoffmann's Skak with: SAN and FEN notation; large boards; and move arrows.
Peter Danenberg 00:08, 9 Mar 2005 (CST):
- New in WikiTeX 1.0.2:
<schem>for schematic capture, and verbose errors. Horizon:
Peter Danenberg 21:26, 1 Mar 2005 (CST):
Peter Danenberg 22:12, 6 Feb 2005 (CST):
- Join our new mailing list, WikiTeX-l, and commune with users and developers alike; hackers, access the source repository with a Subversion client.
- Bugzilla on the way.
Peter Danenberg 17:39, 30 Jan 2005 (CST):
- Graph and plot have arrived, along with multi-page output; output is linked to the source; and dvipng, a faster, cleaner renderer, has replaced dvi2bitmap.
- Horizon: circuit diagrams, et alia.
Danenberg 04:41, 14 Dec 2004 (CST):
- WikiTeX turns one year old; read the original announcement to Wikitech-l.
Danenberg 09:11, 7 Dec 2004 (CST):
- We've refactored WikiTeX in C, and in testing have seen a performance gain; it builds so far on Solaris and Linux, and we hope to have a prototype out by solstitium hibernum.1
- Result: clean, plenary rendering; PNG support; multi-page output. Ideally, WikiTeX will make it into the Zend engine as a native PHP module.
Danenberg 23:23, 26 Oct 2004 (CDT):
- According to our grant's terms from the Univeristy of Southern California, WikiTeX' C prototype must be done by next week Thursday. Rewriting WikiTeX as a PHP extension will make it a great deal more flexible and efficient.
- On the horizon: multi-page output; a parallel editing framework where article and TeX objects are segregated, to prevent the latter from cluttering up the former.
Danenberg 06:51, 1 Oct 2004 (CDT):
- Brion Vibber is aiming to release MediaWiki 1.4 in November; you can help by asking wikitech-l to include WikiTeX!
Danenberg 09:00, 4 Oct 2004 (CDT)
- Added the Batik and SVG classes, which tend to weigh down the article; may well, according to JeLuF’s suggestion, store the SVG in an external file.
- Also, the renderer has been converted back to transparent PNG's (as it should be); I may need to post an alternate IE hack (opaque PNG's or transparent GIF's); see MicroBlog.
Danenberg 06:35, 1 Oct 2004 (CDT)
- Word is that MediaWiki 1.4 will be out in November: ask for WikiTeX! Send a message to email@example.com.
Danenberg 08:26, 29 Sep 2004 (CDT)
- We've got support from USC’s Dr. Ghyam-Khah to refactor WikiTeX in C as a PHP extension: beautiful; I'd like to have SVG, however, before embarking thereupon.
Danenberg 17:50, 6 Sep 2004 (CDT)
- 184.108.40.206 is out, and we've finally gone pseudo-XML! XML compatibility was one of the last hurdles towards integration with MediaWiki.
Danenberg 09:24, 5 Sep 2004 (CDT)
- Work is underway to integrate WikiTeX with MediaWiki's phase-three parser; whose eventual resultant: tags of the form <chess></chess>, <music></music>, etc.
- The capital innovation must be passing tag parameters along with the apposite data so as to determine, ex. gr., the music's tempo or the size of an SVG.
Danenberg 05:22, 5 Sep 2004 (CDT)
- A download facility was sorely overdue and has duly been added; and while CVS will continue to be available at SourceForge, pre-bundled WikiTeX will be available here.
Danenberg 17:14, 8 Aug 2004 (CDT):
- Pending integration with MediaWiki, we'll be setting up CVS at Wikisophia with a) prebundled WikiTeX; and, perhaps, b) patches for existing installations.
Note 1: Winter solstice, or the twenty-second of December.