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[Texmacs-dev] Another interesting article.

From: Karl M. Hegbloom
Subject: [Texmacs-dev] Another interesting article.
Date: 03 Jul 2003 14:18:13 -0700

I'm lurking on the Maxima list also, and Prof. Richard Fateman posted
this link recently:

> I don't know if people worrying about typesetting of math
> have been using this, ignoring this for some reason, or
> are unaware of it.  But there is a description, listing
> etc. of programs to interpret TeX, written in Lisp.

> It's been around since 1994 or so; I just came across
> a copy of it while I was cleaning up some file
> directories.  I checked to see that it was still
> around on the www.  It seems so.

> ftp://ftp.tu-darmstadt.de/pub/tex/src/etls/

I think that the TUG94/interactivity.dvi paper in there is somewhat
relevant to TeXmacs lore.  Perhaps that Lisp code is also?

Karl M. Hegbloom <address@hidden>

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