From: Geoff Leach <gl@cs.rmit.edu.au>

Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 15:00:35 +1000

Message-ID: <3EC31EF3.2070205@cs.rmit.edu.au>

To: www-math@w3.org

Date: Thu, 15 May 2003 15:00:35 +1000

Message-ID: <3EC31EF3.2070205@cs.rmit.edu.au>

To: www-math@w3.org

I'm looking at preparing documents using MathML+SVG+XHTML (and also using DocBook and translating). SVG can be embedded in XHTML documents either inline or by reference (using the img element). But from what I can see MathML can only be inline embedded in XHTML. I'm pretty sure that my (near future hopefully) MathML authoring is probably going to be done using software tools external to my web page authoring environment which is a text editor (until/unless there is a MathML "mode" for XEmacs (calc?)). I think I would want - at least sometimes - to save MathML fragments into separate files and include them by reference. Or reference embed equations and the like from a library (mine or someone elses). This is similar to the approach I would use for images - even dead simple images - where external Is there a facility for embedding MathML by reference? Would, for example, a href attribute on the math element make sense? Is there a reason why SVG can be inline or reference embedded SVG but only (apparently) inline embed MathML? (I'm pretty sure this would have been discussed way back when, but a search on this list and on google didnt seem to locate anything on target.)Received on Thursday, 15 May 2003 01:07:51 UTC

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