Preview Latex formula and images embedded directly in your documents - no need to generate a full PDF or HTML preview to check your figures and formula! Works in Markdown and Tex files.
Place your cursor within the image link or inside a math block and trigger
preview-inline: show or use the default keyboard shortcut ctrl-alt-p.
Works with inline maths between
$ signs and blocks between
$$, in markdown and LaTeX, as well as raw and latex code blocks in triple-backticks in Markdown. You can also select arbitrary regions to preview.
You will want to install an improved markdown syntax packages such as pandoc flavor markdown language (
language-pfm package) or language-markdown first for support for math regions delimitated by '$' or '$$'. Otherwise only raw code and tex blocks in the standard github-markdown should work.
Some handy packages for working on markdown documents:
build-makefile. If you use Pandoc to build serious documents, your pandoc command starts to get pretty fancy. Do yourself a favour and write a makefile for that, then use atom-build to easily trigger building your document from the editor.
Contributions via pull request are welcome.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.