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Re: HyperDoc replacement, was: Re: [Axiom-developer] CATS - Computer Alg

From: Arthur Ralfs
Subject: Re: HyperDoc replacement, was: Re: [Axiom-developer] CATS - Computer Algebra Test Suite
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2007 08:33:50 -0700
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Martin Rubey wrote:
> Arthur Ralfs <address@hidden> writes:
>> Sorry, I misunderstood.  I thought you meant the sources were on Mathaction.
> The sources of my program are on mathaction:
> My program requires tex4ht, which is in my opinion a good idea, because tex4ht
> is quite standard, and uses TeX itself to produce its results.  As a
> consequence, it can deal with all of TeX, not only with a subset.  This is, in
> my opinion again, very necessary, since I want to use LaTeX for documentation,
> not a subset as HyperDoc does it currently.
> I think it is not a good idea to reinvent tex4ht, nor do I think it is a good
> idea to do without LaTeX.
I have no plan to do without latex.  I think mathml is primarily useful
for producing
nice output in a browser.  Although if we can get content mathml out of
axiom it may
prove more useful, but still not a replacement for latex.


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