This example shows how to use LuaTeX to run software tools and utilities installed on Overleaf’s servers, including how to capture, and then typeset, text that would normally be displayed in a terminal window.
reledmac is a package for typesetting scholarly critical editions, replacing the established ledmac and eledmac packages. The package supports indexing by page and by line numbers, and simple tabular- and array-style environments.
Example - the `superflip' configuration
Once you have mastered Rubik's cube, then an interesting exercise is to generate
the so-called `superflip' configuration, in which all the corners are correctly
solved, while all the edges are flipped.
For the impatient, the superflip sequence of 24 quarter-turn rotations (listed on Randelshofer's website) is as follows. This converts the solved cube on the left into the configuration shown on the right.
Rubik package on CTAN: http://www.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/rubik