# hmenke/mmp-skript

These are my notes on the lecture "Mathematische Methoden der Physik" (Mathematical methods for physicists) at the University of Stuttgart in winter semester 2011/2012

Language: TeX

************** * MMP SKRIPT * ************** ======= LICENSE ======= Holger Cartarius, Henri Menke, 2012 Universität Stuttgart. Dieses Werk ist unter einer Creative Commons Lizenz vom Typ Namensnennung - Nicht-kommerziell - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland zugänglich. Um eine Kopie dieser Lizenz einzusehen, konsultieren Sie http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/de/ oder wenden Sie sich brieflich an Creative Commons, 444 Castro Street, Suite 900, Mountain View, California, 94041, USA. ========= COMPILING ========= Compile main.tex by using: > make all If you are editing the source code and you don't want the Makefile to rebuild the index and the bibliography use > make quick or set your favourite LaTeX-Editor to the "LaTeX -> dvips -> ps2pdf" compilation process and use your keyboard shortcuts. Compiling with pdfLaTeX will fail. Building was tested with TeXlive 2011 and TeXlive 2012. =========== DEVELOPMENT =========== This is a guide for people who want to contribute. To do so please respect the following coding rules: 1. Indentation: --------------- Indent your code by two spaces. Avoid using tabs. If you still want to use the tab key on your keyboard, set your editor to replace tabs with spaces. 2. Usage of \\: --------------- Never use \\ inside of your text! Only use it when you have to (e.g. in tables, equations). To begin a new paragraph just insert a blank line. 3. Code structure: ------------------ To make code more readable but to avoid randomly inserted space make use of the % character. Use this on all equation-environments. Example: Some text followed by an equation % $$\int f(x) \, \mathrm{d}x$$ % Some more text. 4. Don't commit garbage files: ------------------------------ To not commit any files created by your favourite LaTeX-Editor, do a > make distclean before committing. 5. Never commit something you can't compile: -------------------------------------------- This rule is pretty obvious, but there are still people out there ignoring this. If your edits don't compile on your machine don't dare to send a pull request.

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