From: White Lynx <whitelynx@operamail.com>

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2006 16:50:04 +0400

To: www-math@w3.org

Message-Id: <20061010125004.C00BD43D76@ws5-1.us4.outblaze.com>

Date: Tue, 10 Oct 2006 16:50:04 +0400

To: www-math@w3.org

Message-Id: <20061010125004.C00BD43D76@ws5-1.us4.outblaze.com>

> Beyond that I > would like to see the HTML elements <a>, <em>, and <b> (or <strong>) > incorporated in the XHTML+MathML document type definition as elements > that are allowed in <mtext>. Technically you can't do such a things in DTD, if you allow em, b, a in mtext then you effectively allow all inline elements (including MathML math) to be descendands of mtext element (however such a compound of HTML and MathML, probably, can be properly defined in RelaxNG). It is not a problem in HTML5 as it has no DTD/Schema at all. > > Is <b> really needed, when one has <mstyle mathvariant="bold"> (which > > works everywhere in MathML)? > Yes, <b> (or something) is needed. It is there even if it is not needed. > <mstyle> is not allowed in <mtext> even though Mozilla seems to > tolerate it there. You can use something like <mtext>normal text </mtext><mtext mathvariant="bold">bold, </mtext><mtext mathvariant="italic">italic, </mtext><mtext mathvariant="monospace">teletype</mtext> But the real issue here is that if (on practice "if" can be omitted) one will try to stir tagsoup like <mtext>normal text <b>bold,</b> <i>italic</i>, <tt>teletype</tt></mtext> or stir it further and replace <math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML"> <mi>a</mi><msup><mi>x</mi><mn>2</mn><mo>+</mo><mi>b</mi><mi>x</mi><mo>+</mo><mi>c</mi><mo>=</mo><mi>0</mi> </math> with <math> <i>a</i><var>x</var><sup>2</sup> + <i>b</i><var>x</var> + <i>c</i> = 0 </math> then it does not make sense to call everything this MathML. -- _______________________________________________ Surf the Web in a faster, safer and easier way: Download Opera 9 at http://www.opera.com Powered by OutblazeReceived on Tuesday, 10 October 2006 12:49:41 UTC

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