Carsten et al.,
If I have the following bit of =
LaTeX code in my org file:
,
 =
\begin{eqnarray}
 x &=3D& =
a_i + b_j + c_{k} \\
 y &=3D& =
\sqrt{x}
 \end{eqnarray}

 =
\begin{eqnarray*}
 x &=3D&=
a_i + b_j + c_{k} \\
 y &=3D& =
\sqrt{x}
 \end{eqnarray*}
`
and ask for a =
LaTeX export, I get the following generated:
,
 =
\begin{eqnarray}
 x &=3D& =
a_i + b_j + c_{k} \\
 y &=3D& =
\sqrt{x}
 \end{eqnarray}

 =
\begin{eqnarray*}
 x =
\&=3D\& a$_i$ + b$_j$ + c$_{k}$ \\
 =
y \&=3D\& \sqrt{x}
 =
\end{eqnarray*}
`
The second environment has =
not been recognised by orgmode as a valid
latex fragment and so all =
the special characters (&, _) have been
processed instead of =
being left alone.
This could be my fault but I have no =
idea where to start looking in case
I've set something I shouldn't =
have. Because the latex exporter has
changed since I last used =
any latex fragments in my org files, and that
has been a while, I am =
not sure if this ever worked properly anyway.
Or it could be that =
"*" environments don't get recognised correctly by
the latex =
exporter? Is there a regexp that I can customise for =
this?
Thanks for any suggestions! I've temporarily changed =
all * environments
to ones with the * (so I get tons of equation =
numbers I don't need) but
I would love to revert to what I had =
originally.
eric
___________________________________=
____________
Emacsorgmode mailing list
Remember: use `Reply All' =
to send replies to the list.
Emacsorgmode@gnu.orghttp://=
lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/emacsorgmode