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Re: MathML to TEX conversion

From: Patrick D. F. Ion <ion@ams.org>
Date: Wed, 20 Mar 2002 07:23:46 -0500
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To: "Vasil I. Yaroshevich" <shade33@mail.ru>, www-math@w3c.org

Dear Vasil,

We are delighted to hear that you are working on
TeX to MathML conversion using XSLT.  We look
forward to seeing the developing results of your
promising project.  In the meantime, I hope we may mention
on the Math WG public page your project
as one of the ongoing efforts to make MathML into
the basis for the tools  which will finally
bring mathematics and science fully to the Web.

Best regards,

	Patrick Ion

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