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Re: [Groff] problem with current snapshot

From: Werner LEMBERG
Subject: Re: [Groff] problem with current snapshot
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 18:56:50 +0100 (CET)

> but for the next dummy: maybe you could at least capture the
> `xpmtoppm' not found error and emit a hint that one should install
> the `netpbm' package (as I did now)?

But this is already explicitly stated in the top-level README file!

> and while I'm at it: the MathML only concerns me as a potential
> means of transporting equations to some publisher. so I tried the
> `eqn -TMathML' option on some equation and got some strange one-line
> output, probably MathML markup.  supposedly some browsers should be
> able to display such stuff (the gecko family at least) but none
> reckognizes the file as such. question: what is the correct way to
> procede: do I need doclifter to transfer this further?  how can I
> test the integrity/quality of the MathML output? are there free
> editors (apart from installing some hundred Meg OpenOffice first)?

Hopefully, Eric can answer this.  Maybe it's necessary to add some
more info to the groff docs...


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