On Tue, Mar 07, 2017 at 10:24:09AM -0800, E. Cómer wrote:
> On Friday, March 3, 2017 at 9:00:49 AM UTC-8, Matthew Flatt wrote:
> > There's not currently a direct way to do what you want, as far as I
> > know. There's a relevant library in `scriblib/private/counter`, which
> > is used to implement the counters for `scriblib/footnote` and
> > `scriblib/figure`. As "private" in the module name suggests, however,
> > it was never turned into something intended for public use.
> > You might want to look at that for ideas, or even use it despite the
> > fact that it's private and subject to change, or (best of all) help
> > create a public and documented version of the library.
> Thank you very much for the reference of the library
> 'scriblib/private/counter'. I will explore its use in the context of equation
> numbering, and after that, it would be great to participate in a team for the
> creation of a public and documented version.
> This particular capability of Scribble [numbering equations], would increase
> very much its usability for mathematical writings (e.g. lecture notes), and
> I'm looking forward for the evolution of Scribble in that direction.
Especially if the equation numbers are links to the equations. For
PDF's we'd need to have pdf links, and a pdf reader that understands a
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