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February 14, 2003

itex to MathML

Well, as you can see from my two previous posts, I figured out how to do text filtering in MovableType 2.6.

I now have a plugin which offers two conversions: itex to MathML and itex to MathML with parbreaks. The former is a straight itex2MML conversion. The latter uses the “TeX” (or blogger’s) convention that two consecutive newlines start a new paragraph. (The bloggers also like the convention that a single newline inserts a <br />, but that would almost certainly mess up any heavy-duty TeX equation input.)

I will blog with them for a while, and if I don’t uncover any major bugs, will release the plugin for public consumption.

Update: You can download the plugin or peruse the README file. And what do y’all think of the garish MathML logo?

Posted by distler at February 14, 2003 11:08 PM

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Read the post itex2MML
Weblog: MT Plugin Directory
Excerpt: For more details on the tools this plugin works with visit itex site and MathML. Must compile the included itex2MML
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Read the post More MathML on Poor Control
Weblog: PoorControl
Excerpt: Moving it up a notch. I updated the site to the Itex2MML for plug Movable Type, conceived by Jacques Distler, who also has a great tutorial on getting it up and running. I'm not finished swapping over and it will take some for me to finish up. Since I ...
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