By definition the standard for math markup is MathML.
Mathoid provides information on the required packages.
However, it does not indicate if macros are used that are defined in the texvc package
This will be fixed in T126016
I think calling texvc a de facto standard LaTeX dialect is justified given the number of
I currently cannot see how strict (which could by the way easily confused with strict
content MathML) would be more standard.
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Gesendet: Freitag, 5. Februar 2016 11:09
An: Discussion list for the Wikidata project.; Daniel Kinzler; Schubotz, Moritz
Cc: MediaWiki announcements and site admin list
Betreff: Re: Strict mode for TeX/Math extension (was: upcoming deployments/features)
Daniel Kinzler, 04/02/2016 19:02:
I agree that it would be nice to have a "strict
TeX mode" for the math
extension. I'm not sure whether we would enable that on wikidata.
While it would make the life of consumers easier, it would make the
life of people importing from wikipedia harder. But perhaps it would
be worth it, especially if the use of "extra stuff" is actually rare on
Moritz, how hard would it be to add a "strict mode" that would
disallow any non-standard syntax?
I second the question, which I think warrants a new thread. Remember to file a task in
Phabricator when the dust settles down. :)