Re: (dsssl) Newbie: Mathematical stuff (fonts, symbols, equations...)

Subject: Re: (dsssl) Newbie: Mathematical stuff (fonts, symbols, equations...)
From: "M. Wroth" <mark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 15 Jul 2001 09:35:18 -0700
There's supposed to be a way to integrate MathML into DocBook, and that might be a good example. Unfortunately I've never sorted out how to get all of the pieces working.

I mention this for two reasons; you may find examples of it that will be useful to you, and if anyone finds a good tutorial on getting it working, *I* would be interested in it. :-)

At 03:09 PM 7/15/01 +0100, David Carlisle wrote:
   I want to create documents using XML containing mathematical equations.
   How can I achieve this? How to design the DTD and the DSSSL files?

   Thanks you very much,

For Mathematical markup in XML you want to look first at MathML
( there's some dsssl support for MathML available
It's a bit old (for MathML 1) but may form a basis. Both the rtf and TeX
backends of jade have some support for the math flow objects of dsssl.

Mark B. Wroth <mark@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

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