Yesterday we talked about an editing hack for WikiToLearn with the TeXLa tool and we learnt how to use it with TexStudio. Today is the turn of Kile hacking for TeXLa!

First of all clone the TexLa repo:

git clone https://github.com/WikiToLearn/texla

We will use the texla_min.py script, which is now able to understand every type of document, creating a single page of output (instead of a book with structured pages as the texla.py script). The sectioning of the Latex document will be converted in…

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As announced on wikitolearn blog yesteday, TeXLa is finally alive!

TeXLa is a Latex parser and converter developed by me and others WikiToLearn devs from February.
I'm planning to write a series of articles to explain in details how TeXLa works, but I want to give you a little overview now:

TeXLa Overview

TeXLa is a minimal and easily extensible LaTeX parser:

  • It's minimal because it only splits tex without doing anything strange to the sources. It breaks down LaTeX into sections, environments…

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Hi everyone!

We arrived today at CERN, and I just had dinner, so I have some time to get you updated on our journey.

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Hey!

I’m Irene, a first year undergraduate student in Physics in Milan. Learning new things and getting to know people is what I love the most, so what better than an open project with the motto: “Knowledge only grows if shared”? Its philosophy is what drew me near to WikiToLearn right away.

My first idea was to contribute to it by writing didactic content together with some of my coursemates - we started writing the notes of our Physics and Linear Algebra courses. Time went by, and I started to…

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Hello World!

I'm Davide Valsecchi, from Bergamo, Italy. I'm an undergraduate Physics student at Milan University and I really love science and technology.

Why am I here to present myself? Well, a few months ago I entered the awesome KDE community joining the (at the time) just-rising WikiToLearn team: from that time things has gone so fast, I've learned so many things and met a lot of wonderful KDE people. Now it's my turn to talk about what I'm doing.

On September, when Riccardo (@ruphy) int…

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