`tex-math-preview.el`

lets you preview TeX math expressions in
Emacs.
Math forms at point are recognised for TeX,
LaTeX,
Texinfo,
Wikipedia,
DBTexMath and
Tex-the-World markup.

$...$ or $$...$$ TeX \(...\) or \[...\] LaTeX \begin{math}...\end{math} LaTeX \begin{displaymath}... LaTeX \begin{equation}... LaTeX \begin{align}, {align*} LaTeX with amsmath @math{...} Texinfo <math>...</math> Wikipedia <alt role="tex">...</alt> DBTexMath [; ... ;] Tex-the-World (LaTeX)

Emacs' own `tex-mode`

has some substantial buffer and region
previewing, but `tex-math-preview`

is designed to be simpler, it
shows an image or an error, nothing else.

`tex-math-preview.el`

is
free software (free
as in freedom), published under the terms of the
GNU General Public
License (v3 or up).

Download version 17,

- HTTP
`tex-math-preview.el`

(22k, and sig) - FTP
`tex-math-preview.el`

- RSYNC
`tex-math-preview.el`

- Or my ELPA archive.
- Or Debian package my miscbits-el.

The sig is a Gnu PG ascii armoured signature generated from my key.

For more TeX related things in Emacs, see CategoryTex on the Emacs Wiki.

`tex-math-preview.el`

has an
EmacsWiki page.

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