Binding request: siunitx & friends, enumitem, type1cm, listingsutf8, braket #580
I've just encountered some unsupported packages while converting one of my documents, that prevent my document to be converted. They are:
I think that the most important is "enumitem", because it allows lists in the form a) b) c) d) etc..., that are a daily matter in writing LaTeX documents. Then, the second most important is "braket", because it's widely used if you write quantum mechanical stuff. I don't really have the necessary knowledge to help you (otherwise I would), but I don't think that translating "braket" macros into HTML should be so difficult, since the commands can be rewritten in plain LaTeX.
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Thanks for the kind words; it's appreciated!
So, sofar, I've only fixed the least useful parts! Hopefully won't take till 0.9 to get done, but I'll leave that Milestone for now
Thank you for the quick response!
We ended up needing siunitx, SIunits and hepunits at Authorea immediately, so we ended up writing a mock stub for those files, which is also partial. I'm a bit time constrained w.r.t getting to a full implementation, but at the very least I'll add the Authorea label here, and try to help with making a PR for those packages, together with any other interested parties.
Thanks for giving a 👍 to this issue @SmnWntr ! The enumitem package is certainly part of it.
Bruce mentioned earier that it "will take some time" to integrate it into LaTeXML, but with growing interest we can at least prioritize the issue more. I am yet to look into it myself, but we'll get there.
An update: I ended up committing a bare-bones enumitem; it avoids errors, but doesn't yet respect the options. Some will ultimately be easy, but there are so many!
Summary so far: braket, type1cm, listingsutf8 supported; enumitem partially; siunitx do be done!