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Re: Java Binding errors in MathML 2.0

From: Max Berger <max@berger.name>
Date: Tue, 09 Oct 2007 15:48:52 +0200
To: Victor Mote <vic@outfitr.com>
Cc: www-math@w3.org
Message-Id: <1191937732.20937.6.camel@ochsner.dps.uibk.ac.at>

Dear Victor,
Dear MathML Group,

also, the downloadable bindings refer to an older version of the spec,
and do not include documentation.

I have created a stylesheet which re-generates the Java interfaces from
the specification document source, it is available at:


and in generated form:


The license is ASL 2.0, so feel free to include this in your projects as
long as you give us credit.


Am Montag, den 08.10.2007, 12:02 -0600 schrieb Victor Mote:
> Dear Editors:
> I wanted to make you aware of some java compile errors that exist in the
> Java bindings for MathML 2.0. I do not subscribe to this list, so please
> accept my apologies if these have already been reported. Since they do not
> appear in the document errata, I assume that they have not been previously
> reported. However, since they are non-normative, perhaps they do not belong
> in the errata.
> The URL to the bindings document is here:
> http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML2/appendixe.html#dom-bindings.JavaBindings
> The errors are as follows:
> 1. MathMLMatrixElement, line 19, missing a return type, presumably "void"
> 2. MathMLMatrixrowElement, line 17, missing a return type, presumably "void"
> 3. MathMLPiecewiseElement, line 13, "case" is a reserved word in Java, so
> this parameter needs a new name, perhaps "caseElement"
> 4. MathMLVectorElement, line 16, missing a return type, presumable "void"
> Since I do not subscribe to the list, please include mailto:vic@outfitr.com
> in any responses you may have. Thank you.
> Victor Mote
Received on Tuesday, 9 October 2007 13:48:41 UTC

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