hybrid-latex – Allow active Python code in LaTeX documents
This is a collection of Python and Bash shell scripts that allows LaTeX documents to contain active Python code. The active code blocks are processed ahead of LaTeX and their results are accessible within the same LaTeX document. Thus a calculation that might otherwise be done in two documents, one using Python to do the maths, and a separate LaTeX document to record the results, can be consolidated into a single source.
|Copyright||2018 Leo Brewin|
|Maintainer||Leo Christopher Brewin|
|Contained in||MiKTeX as hybrid-latex|
Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (1.8M).
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