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Comments on the MathML test suite - Content

From: Emmanuel Pietriga <emmanuel.pietriga@xrce.xerox.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2000 14:57:31 +0100
Message-ID: <3A38D1CB.8010401@xrce.xerox.com>
To: www-math@w3.org
Some comments on the Content section of the test suite:

*rec-fn3
rendering is not consistent with code: code says (f+g)(z) and rendering 
is (f+g)(x)


*rec-lambda?
the REC default rendering (uses the lambda symbol) is different from the 
one provided here (uses the right arrow)


*rec-image1
in order to be consistent with the provided rendering, shouldn't the 
code be like this:
<math> 
<apply><eq/><apply><image/><sin/></apply><interval><cn>-1</cn><cn>1</cn></interval></apply> 
</math>
instead of this:
<math> 
<apply><eq/><apply><image/><apply><sin/><ci>x</ci></apply></apply><interval><cn>-1</cn><cn>1</cn></interval></apply> 
</math>

(replace <sin/> by <apply><sin/><ci>x</ci></apply>)


*rec-piecewise1
rendering is not consistent with code: code says 0 if x<0 and rendering 
is -x if x<0


*and1
the REC default rendering is different from the one provided here ("and" 
instead of "^")


*rec-forall?
the REC default rendering is different from the one provided here (in 
the REC, the variable is not rendered as a subscript of forall, and 
there is the ":" sign which is missing here)


*limit? and tendsto?
-several inconsistencies between the REC and the test suite as far as 
the rendering of tendsto is concerned when type is above
-the code is not consistent with the rendering in some examples (tends 
to has an attribute type with value "above" and it is rendered as a 
right arrow (should be down arrow))


*trigonometry8
the code given is only made of presentation markup


Emmanuel

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