Thanks for the suggestion but I don't use this software, thus it might
be hard to test
Le lundi 13 juin 2011 à 13:44 +0200, Johannes Lips a écrit :
> Welcome to fedora,
> I am glad that you managed to get jlatexmath into fedora.
> If you are interested in mind-mapping there is a nice freemind plugin
>  to include LaTeX formulas into mind-maps which makes use of jlatexmath.
> If you are interested in packaging this little piece of software. I
> would be glad to help out if possible/necessary. ;-)
> johannes (irc-nick: hannes|)
>  https://github.com/Alxa/LaTeXMath-Freemind-Plugin
> On 06/13/2011 01:37 PM, José Matos wrote:
> > On Thursday 09 June 2011 15:54:14 Clément David wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> My name is Clément DAVID (aka davidcl) and I'm a french software
> >> developer. I'm currently working on Scilab .
> > Welcome to Fedora. :-)
> >> I'm interested to become a packager for Scientific application or just
> >> software toys
. My first package has been approved (thanks to
> >> Alexander Kurtakov)  and build by koji .
> > Just curious, what is the scientific software that you interested to see
> > packaged in Fedora other than naturally scilab? :-)
> >> My FAS name is davidcl.
> >> --
> >> davidcl
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