WikiTeX describes a modular system for incorporating LaTeX objects with MediaWiki output. WikiTeX was designed with expansibility in mind; and, security willing, can accommodate any conceivable package.
See also: sandbox, additional features, bugs, usability review, todo.
The following classes have been implemented:
Plenary AMS-LaTeX, including commutative diagrams (doc | template).
XyMTeX is an intuitive chemistry package by Shinsaku Fujita (doc | template).
Skak by Torben Hoffmann supports SAN and FEN notation (doc | doc | doc | template).
feynMF by Thorsten Ohl for Feynman diagrams (doc | template).
sgf2dg by Daniel Bump and Reid
Augustin for go games described in SGF (doc | template).
- Genan—Shuwa, 1842:
Graphviz by Lefty Koutsofios, et al.; for relational diagrams (doc | template).
Ibycus by Pierre MacKay for polytonic Greek (doc | template).
Lilypond with midi output (doc | template).
Gnuplot by Hans-Bernhard Broeker, et al.; for plotting two- and three-dimensional line, point, dot, box, histogram graphs or vector fields (doc | template).
TengTeX by Ivan Derzhanski for Fëanorian Tengwar (doc | template).
- “One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
- One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them.”
WikiTeX was conceived by Peter Danenberg, where Tomasz Wegrzanowski's texvc provided impulse; which packages twain may yet coexist in a self installation.
Several security fixes have been submitted by Johannes Berg.