math-symbols

https://github.com/kawabata/math-symbols.git

git clone 'git://github.com/kawabata/math-symbols.git'
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-- mode: org -- * Description

This utility lets you input math symbols by TeX names with the following commands.

Also, you can convert character to TeX names by the following command. - M-x math-symbols-to-tex-region - M-x math-symbols-to-tex-unicode-region

You can also input various styled mathematical symbols by input methods, or by specifying region or string, as shown in the following examples.

** TeX to Char Conversion : “\int g(x^2)dx = \pi e^(ix)” β†’ “∫ 𝑔(π‘₯Β²)𝑑π‘₯ = πœ‹ 𝑒^(𝑖π‘₯)” : (M-x math-symbols-from-tex-region) : “f(x+y)” β†’ “𝑓(π‘₯+𝑦)” (M-x math-symbols-italic-region)

** Character to Math-Character Conversion : “Fraktur” β†’ “π”‰π”―π”žπ”¨π”±π”²π”―” (M-x math-symbols-fraktur-region) : “black” β†’ “𝒷ℓ𝒢𝒸𝓀” (M-x math-symbols-script-region) : “Quo Vadis” β†’ “β„šπ•¦π•  π•π•’π••π•šπ•€” (M-x math-symbols-double-struck-region) : “3+(2-1)=4” β†’ “³⁺⁽²-¹⁾⁼⁴” (M-x math-symbols-superscript-region)

You should install Math fonts such as “STIX” to your system, and then add it to your fontset to fully utilize this tool. Recent MacOS includes this font by default. You can freely download them from [[STIX website]].

This program incorporates `unimathsymbols.txt' data file which is based upon “LaTeX Project Public License”. This program is GPL.

| styles / scripts | alphabets | greeksβ€» | numerals | |————————–+———–+———-+———-| | bold | yes | yes | yes | | (bold) italic | yes | yes | yes | | (bold) fraktur | yes | no | no | | (bold) script | yes | no | no | | double-struck | yes | partial | yes | | monospace | yes | no | yes | | sans-serif (italic) | yes | no | yes | | sans-serif bold (italic) | yes | yes | yes | | subscript | partial | no | yes | | superscript | partial | no | yes |

β€» `greeks' include greek symbols and nabla (Ο΅, Ο‘, Ο°, Ο•, Ο±, Ο–, βˆ‡).