From: David Tolpin (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Oct 11 2004 - 01:06:00 PDT
> On Mon, Oct 11, 2004 at 08:14:10AM +0100, Steve Lloyd wrote:
> > So, I'm afraid you won't find a print MathML/XSL-FO solution from any
> > manufacturer at present.
> I know it is probably a bad habit to point to a competing product on a
> mailing list provided by a company, but the former statement is not
> true. PassiveTeX by Sebastian Rahtz is a (La)TeX based XSL-FO engine
> that supports MathML natively. It has its drawbacks compared to XEP in
> a lot of other aspects, but MathML is handled rather naturaly.
It is a good habit.
It works in PassiveTeX because MathML rendering is
natively supported by underlying formatting engine of PassiveTeX;
TeX is great.
For us, it means that we must make a MathML formatter (probably
through SVG, but it still remains largely the same). This is
among things we are going to do.
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