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Which Git based wiki-software supports MathJax?


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Gollum ("A simple, Git-powered wiki with a sweet API and local frontend.") supports MathJax. From GitHub Chooses MathJax For Math Support:

... its new wiki system uses MathJax to provide math support. The new wiki is called Gollum

Update: Github turned it off but you can activate MathJax support if you install Gollum on your server.

Ikiwiki is another wiki with git backend. The mathjax support is done via a pandoc-plugin.

There is also a git backend for dokuwiki and it also supports mathjax.


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