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plugin:latexit

LaTeXit Plugin

Compatible with DokuWiki

  • 2017-02-19 "Frusterick Manners" unknown
  • 2016-06-26 "Elenor Of Tsort" unknown
  • 2015-08-10 "Detritus" unknown
  • 2014-09-29 "Hrun" yes

plugin This plugin allows you to export single or multiple DokuWiki pages into one LaTeX file. It will export all media in a ZIP archive. It also supports exporting syntax from plugins imagereference, mathjax and zotero.

Last updated on
2014-01-22
Provides
Syntax, Action, Render
Repository
Source

Similar to dokutexit

Tagged with export, latex, pdf

Installation

Search and install the plugin using the Extension Manager. Refer to Plugins on how to install plugins manually.

Examples/Usage

If you are using basic DokuWiki template, you should have a new export button by the pagetool buttons. It can be switched off in configuration. To export a page, put &do=export_latexit at the end of the demanded URL.

Syntax

The plugin allows you to export multiple DokuWiki pages in a single LaTeX file.

1st Insert syntax

If you want to insert a page as a subsection, put the following just before the link to the demanded page:

~~~~~~RECURSIVE~~~~~~
[[link]]

~ works exactly the same as = in headers. Number of ~ will determine the level of the first header of inserted page.

2nd Insert syntax

:!: develonly only in outstanding pull request

A replacement of the recursion syntax is the insertwikipage syntax. The functionality is similar, but the caching should be improved. \insertwikipage[headinglevel]{pageid|Title}

  • headinglevel: Let heading start at 1 = biggest heading to 5 = smallest heading.
    Sets size of the starting heading in the inserted page. (Example: using 2 displays ====== Head ====== as ===== Head=====)
  • pageid: absolute or relative pageid
  • Title (Optional) : Title for the url when it is shown in the wiki.
\insertwikipage{page}
\insertwikipage[1]{ns:page}
\insertwikipage[5]{ns:page|Title}

Additional syntaxes

Some supported syntaxes and their replacement in LaTeX.

Wiki syntax                               LaTeX syntax
 
FIXME[UserName](description of issue)     \hl{FIXME[UserName](description of issue)}
DELETEME                                  \hl{DELETEME}

Configuration and Settings

In the Configuration Manager you can set global settings. The most config settings can be set as parameters for the exported document as well.

A parameter in a page can be set with:

{{latexit> keyname yourvalue}}
{{latexit: document_class report}}
Key name Description (with defaults)
document_class LaTeX document clas (article, report, book, memoir)
font_size Font size of the document
paper_size Paper size of the document (a4paper, letterpaper, b5paper, executivepaper, legalpaper)
output_format Oneside / twoside document (oneside, twoside)
landscape Landscape document (0, 1)
draft Draft document (0, 1)
document_header Your own header parameters
document_footer Your own footer parameters
document_lang Language of the babel package
header_chapter Usage of \chapter level headers (0, 1)
header_part Usage of \part level headers (0, 1)
title Your own title of the document
author Author of the document
date Date of creation of the document (0, 1)
table_of_content Include a Table of Content (0, 1)
media_folder Default media export folder
image_params Default parameters for images
bibliography_style Preferred style of bibliography
bibliography_name Name of bibliography .bib file
default_table_align Default cell align in tables (l, c, r)

Settings only changeable via the Configuration manager:

  • link_insertion_message – For XHTML view of the document, you can modify the text of the header you will see before recursively inserted subpages.
  • showexportbutton – You can switch on/off the export button.

Change Log

  • 2015-01-22
    • Version 1.0.5
    • Added configuration entry allowing having \title as the top level.
  • 2014-11-14
    • Version 1.0.4
    • Added missing helper.php to release ZIP file.
  • 2014-11-13
    • Version 1.0.3
    • Added pull requests from other devolopers. Improved code.
  • 2014-06-30
    • Version 1.0.2
    • Mathjax now should be exported correctly.
  • 2014-05-13
    • Version 1.0.1
    • Fixed bug when there was a link to non-existing media.
  • 2014-05-09
    • Version 1.0
    • Minor bug fixes.
    • Implementation of Unit tests.
    • Release now contains only required files, test files only on github.
  • 2014-05-01
    • Version 0.4.1 RC
    • Fixed the bug with zotero plugin. Its installation is no longer required for the plugin to work.
  • 2014-04-20
    • Version 0.4 RC
    • Fixed the bug with infinite recursion loop.
    • Few minor bug fixes.
    • Added the export button.
  • 2014-03-29
    • Version 0.3.
    • Added support for bibliography (Zotero plugin has to be used).
  • 2014-03-29
    • Version 0.2.
    • Added Configuration.
  • 2014-03-17
    • Beta release 0.1 with support of all major DW functions except RSS.
  • 2014-03-05
    • Initial release (0.09) with support of all major DW functions except media and RSS.

Known Bugs and Issues

  • There is a problem with quotes in czech language.

ToDo/Wish List

  • Direct inclusion of LaTeX commands.
  • In-file configuration.
  • Smoother tables exporting.

Other Plugins

Latexit plugin supports cooperation with other useful plugins.

FAQ

Discussion

plugin/latexit.txt · Last modified: 2016-09-16 12:05 by 2001:718:1e03:5176:50fb:12e5:ad63:bd98