MathJax v3.2.2 released

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Davide Cervone

Jun 8, 2022, 2:00:15 PM6/8/22
MathJax version 3.2.2 now available

The MathJax team announces version 3.2.2 of MathJax, released earlier today. This is a hot-fix release, resolving three issues introduced in the v3.2.1 release:

  • Prevent lazy typesetting from re-typeset expressions unnecessarily, which can cause duplicate-label error messages in the output, and degrade performance. (mathjax/MathJax#2873)

  • Improve method for obtaining the <math> element from mml3 conversion, allowing it to work better in an XHTML setting. (mathjax/MathJax#2879)

  • Make version.ts use a constant and create that file during the build process rather than dynamically determining the version. This allows easier packaging of MathJax into other applications. (mathjax/MathJax-src#818)

See the 3.2.2 milestone for the pull requests involved in this release.

Although version 3.2.2 was released earlier today, it may take a day or two for the new version to propagate to the various CDN network computers, so you may not see v3.2.2 immediately if you are loading mathjax using a generic mathjax@3 URL. You should be able to obtain it immediately if you use the full version mat...@3.2.2.

You may also have a cached version in your browser, so may need to either clear the browser cache, or relaunch your browser (or both) in order to get the latest version (the cached version should expire in about a week, depending on the CDN being used).

Note that it is possible for some files to be updated before others, so it may be the case that users of websites that load extensions (either explicitly or by autoloading TeX packages) may get mixed versions until the CDN versions stabilize, which should be within a day. If you are loading one of the combined components (e.g., tex-chml.js), this is less likely to be an issue, and if you are loading a component ending in -full it is even less likely to occur.

Version 3.2.2 is available immediately from npm and GitHub for use in node applications.

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