Well, there's a huge difference between drawing formulas by hand and simply typing them with the keyboard. Almost none of us owns a graphic tablet (and results often suck in this case as well) and i bet it's quite impossible to write something like a readable equation without filling the whole whiteboard...
Who needs to use Coccinella to share formulas doesn't need to talk about y=2x but often deals with systems of partial differential equations with a LOT of greek letters, matrices, tables or something like that. The only chance for them till now is the use of Coccinella & LaTeXiT! at the same time, but this "solution" is not a solution at all. Formulas are posted as gif images and are not editable as a whiteboard should permit...
Integrated LaTeX support would really be a great advance!

## You already can draw the

You already can draw the formulas...can you explain what the advantages of LaTeX support are?

## LaTeX support

Well, there's a huge difference between drawing formulas by hand and simply typing them with the keyboard. Almost none of us owns a graphic tablet (and results often suck in this case as well) and i bet it's quite impossible to write something like a readable equation without filling the whole whiteboard...

Who needs to use Coccinella to share formulas doesn't need to talk about y=2x but often deals with systems of partial differential equations with a LOT of greek letters, matrices, tables or something like that. The only chance for them till now is the use of Coccinella & LaTeXiT! at the same time, but this "solution" is not a solution at all. Formulas are posted as gif images and are not editable as a whiteboard should permit...

Integrated LaTeX support would really be a great advance!

## LaTeX is too difficult for

LaTeX is too difficult for the intended audience. Maybe there's another solution?