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sandbox

Dummy project to test various aspects of github / gitlab / bitbucket and integrations with it.

Testing abuse of relative links to link to issues: #1.

markdown

On Github Pages, README processed by Jekyll into https://cben.github.io/sandbox/README

MathJax loaded in output via Jekyll template _layouts/default.html.

Delimiters recognized by kramdown:

inline \frac{kram}{down} \sum_0^\infty text.

\frac{kram}{down} \sum_0^\infty

The second is display math because it occurs alone in a block.

See also -> https://cben.github.io/sandbox/katex for using KaTeX instead of MathJax.

Linking to headers

Test explicit anchor

Does github support explicit header anchors? link to #test-anchor => No

Does GitHub automatically generate ids for headers? Yes — doc

Gitlab syntaxes

inline $\frac{kram}{down} \sum_0^\infty$ text.

\frac{kram}{down} \sum_0^\infty
graph TD;
  A-->B;
  A-->C;
  B-->D;
  C-->D;

img tag: </img> markdown image syntax: gravizo inline svg tag:

G link link

See also https://github.com/cben/sandbox/issues/8 — SVG links don’t work in issue comments either.

Right-to-left עברית

נזכיר שעקומה מסדר שני היא בעלת מבנה כללי. a_{1,1}x^2+2a_{1,2}xy+a_{2,2}y^2+a_1x+a_2y+a=0

תרגיל. צייר את העקום .4x^2+2\sqrt{3}xy+2y^2-6=0

פתרון כדי להבין את מבנה העקום נאפס את המקדם של המונום xy באמצעות טרנספורמציה מתאימה בין מערכות קורדינאטות. לפי הנוסחא שפיתחנו בהרצאה,תמיד ניתן לסובב את מערכת הקורדינאטות ב \theta מעלות נגד כיוון השעון ולקבל מערכת מתאימה O' שבה העקום הוא בעל צורה קנונית. …

C-x M-c M-butterfly

Nested fenced blocks

Foo:
```ruby
block.parents.map {|b| b.language}
```
bar.

## This is a ## header(?) prefixed with a space, let’s see if it counts as header?

LaTeX sync playground

As of 2015–2016 my recommendadion for collaborative LaTeX editing is Overleaf (former WriteLaTeX). It has real-time collaborative editing but you can also work offline using Git.

For co-authors that want to work offline / use their favorite editor, but that don’t want to learn Git, Github is a good place because any github repo can transparently also be cloned over SVN!

But then what if you want to also edit offline?

P.S. shameless plug: if anybody is reading this and looking for collaborative markdown editing with math, try https://Mathdown.net.