[OS X TeX] ntheorem and the equation environment
Don Green Dragon
fergdc at shaw.ca
Sun Jan 6 19:03:30 EST 2013
Hi Themis,
At last I got around to examining your reply with care.
On 16Jun2012, at 5:05 AM, Themis Matsoukas wrote:
>
> On Jun 15, 2012, at 11:02 PM, Don Green Dragon wrote:
>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> For some months now, I've been using the ntheorem package in my basic template.
>
> [...]
>
>> Everything has been working well until I recently noticed that source code of the form
>>
>> \begin{equation} . . . \end{equation}
>>
>> does not work. Even something as simple as
>
> The following worked for me:
>
> \documentclass [11pt, fleqn, leqno] {book}
> \usepackage[amsthm, thmmarks, framed, thref]{ntheorem}
> \usepackage{framed}
>
> \theoremstyle{marginbreak} \theoremheaderfont{\normalfont\bfseries}\theorembodyfont{\slshape} \theoremsymbol{\ensuremath{\diamondsuit}}
> \theoremseparator{:}
> \newtheorem{Theorem}{Theorem}
>
> \begin{document}
> Everything has been working well until I recently noticed that source code of the form
>
> \begin{Theorem}
> My theorem proves that
> \begin{equation}
> a + b + c = d
> \end{equation}
> \end{Theorem}
>
> \end{document}
After examining your code and comparing with mine, eventually I discovered the main difference. The solution turned out to be:
1 \usepackage{amsmath}
2 \documentclass [11pt, fleqn, leqno] {book}
3 \usepackage[amsmath, amsthm, thmmarks, framed, thref]{ntheorem}
4 \usepackage{framed}
The line numbers are just for reference. I was surprised to find that you did not include line 1. So, in my basic template, I commented it out and tried to typeset. To my astonishment, the template typeset and the equations appeared that had been set with \begin{equation} . . . \end{equation}, however, other problems showed up with respect to the missing line 1. It was not until I modified the call to package {ntheorem}, shown in line 3 above, that the complaints vanished and consistent typesets followed. The added option in line 3 is mentioned in the May & Schedler manual.
I had placed line 1 where it is located above due to the following from the May & Schedler manual:
"Note, that amsmath has to be loaded before ntheorem since the definitions have to be overwritten."
but I had ignored the advice about including 'amsmath' as an option for the {ntheorem} package.
Many thanks for your example, it cleared up a major problem here.
Don Green Dragon
fergdc at Shaw.ca
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