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Re: [help-texinfo] inserting equation number...

From: Jaison Ambadan
Subject: Re: [help-texinfo] inserting equation number...
Date: Fri, 16 Feb 2007 18:16:39 -0800 (PST)


Again thanks for the help. I am writing my thesis proposal; it is about
data assimilation in climate models using kalman filter and there is a lot
equations. I thought I will follow the GNU documentation format. Writing
equation isn't a problem but numbering and hyper-referencing the equation
seems to be a problem.


On Fri, 16 Feb 2007, Karl Berry wrote:

>     Thanks for your kind reply; hope somebody will solve the problem soon...
> It occurs to me that in the absence of a real solution, @set/@value
> could be used as a workaround.  You have to define your own actual
> numbers, but at least renumbering when the order changes is not so
> onerous as when the numbers are hardwired in the text.
> @set eq1 (1)
> @c actually this won't get you real displayed math; that's another problem.
> @display
> @math{E = mc^2} @value{eq1}
> @end display
> In @value{eq1}, we see ...
> What kind of document are you trying to write?  How much math are we
> talking about?
> Best,
> k

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