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The '''amsl''' module by Giuseppe Bilotta ([[User: Oblomov|Oblomov]]) is intended to provide AMS math for ConTeXt, similar to AMS-LaTeX. | The '''amsl''' module by Giuseppe Bilotta ([[User: Oblomov|Oblomov]]) is intended to provide AMS math for ConTeXt, similar to AMS-LaTeX. |
Revision as of 16:04, 5 January 2020
NOTE: Most of the features of amsl module are now part of ConTeXt. They have been implemented in a different way than the amsl module, and provide better integration with the rest of ConTeXt package. |
The amsl module by Giuseppe Bilotta (Oblomov) is intended to provide AMS math for ConTeXt, similar to AMS-LaTeX.
\usemodule[amsl]
Defined commands:
- stackrel
- underset
- start/stop eqnalign
- start/stop gather
- start/stop array
- start/stop cases, bigcases
- font commands: \mathcal, \mathbb, \mathfrak
- reference format eqref
Hint: You should set your body font after loading amsl, because it resets body font to rm.
(Sorry, I don't understand much of math; please someone enhance this page! --Hraban)