WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: Using TeXfrWpxml.ijs (Part 3)

Click for an updated PDF version of this post. WordPress to LaTeX In this post I will describe how to use the J script TeXfrWpxml.ijs to generate LaTeX source from WordPress export XML.  I am assuming you have worked through (Part 1) and (Part 2) and have: Successfully installed and tested Pandoc.Installed and tested a … Continue reading WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: Using TeXfrWpxml.ijs (Part 3)

WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: LaTeX Directories (Part 2)

Click for an updated PDF version of this post. In this post I will describe the LaTeX directory structure the J script TeXfrWpxml.ijs is expecting. To convert WordPress export XML to LaTeX with this script you will have to set up similar directories. LaTeX documents are built from *.tex1 files. This makes LaTeX more like … Continue reading WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: LaTeX Directories (Part 2)

WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: Prerequisites (Part 1)

Click for an updated PDF version of this post. There are no quick WordPress to LaTeX fixes WordPress to LaTeX Over the next three posts I will describe how to convert WordPress’s export XML to LaTeX source code.  I know that many of you are looking for a quick WordPress to LaTeX fix; unfortunately there … Continue reading WordPress to LaTeX with Pandoc and J: Prerequisites (Part 1)

Typesetting UTF8 APL code with the LaTeX lstlisting package

UTF8 APL characters within a LaTeX lstlisting environment. Click for *.tex source code Click for an updated PDF version of this post. Typesetting APL source code has always been a pain in the ass! In the dark ages, (the 1970's), you had to fiddle with APL type-balls and live without luxuries like lower case letters. With the … Continue reading Typesetting UTF8 APL code with the LaTeX lstlisting package

Common Table Expression (CTE) SQLServer Queries with J

I've been blogging long enough to observe that your awesome posts are often ignored while your little "one-offs" sometimes strike hit gold. This is particularly true for "code example" posts. When I'm trolling for code --- the geek equivalent of trolling for babes --- I don't want to read about the author's programming philosophy or what the hell … Continue reading Common Table Expression (CTE) SQLServer Queries with J

More on Kindle Oriented LaTeX

I've been compiling LaTeX PDFs for the Kindle. If you like LaTeX typefaces, especially mathematical fonts, you'll love how they render on the Kindle. It's a good thing because you won't like the Kindle's cramped page dimensions. For simple flow-able text this isn't a big deal but for complex LaTeX documents it is! There are two basic LaTeX to … Continue reading More on Kindle Oriented LaTeX

Open Source Hilbert for the Kindle

David Hilbert While searching for free Kindle books I found Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg offers free Kindle books but they also have something better! Would you believe LaTeX source code for some mathematical classics. The best book I've found so far is an English translation of David Hilbert's Foundations of Geometry. Hilbert's Foundations exposed some … Continue reading Open Source Hilbert for the Kindle