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JOMDoc ver.0.1.4 released!

From: Viacheslav Zholudev <vyacheslav.zholudev@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2010 19:02:03 +0200
Message-ID: <08503847-BA82-46FF-840D-0CD82EC891B3@gmail.com>
To: www-math@w3.org
Dear community!

I'm glad to announce the release of JOMDoc v.0.1.4 - a Java library for OpenMath, MathML and OMDoc (https://trac.omdoc.org/OMDoc) formats.

Features:
* JOMDoc transforms Strict Content MathML 3 to Presentation MathML.
 (Pragmatic Content MathML is not supported by default, but can be added, and
 we will add it soon.)
* The output can be Presentation MathML, or parallel markup of Presentation
 MathML with the original content markup
* Various optional non-standard goodies are supported, including various
 interactivity features using <maction> (see
 http://jomdoc.omdoc.org/wiki/JOBAD)
* When the content markup is embedded into larger XML documents, rendering the
 formulae will either keep that XML untouched, or you can specify an XSLT that
 e.g. translates the surrounding XML to XHTML.
* There is an easy to use language for defining
 alternative notations for symbols, both standard symbols and new, user- or
 application-specific symbols.
* Support of OMDoc format  (https://trac.omdoc.org/OMDoc)

Project page: https://jomdoc.omdoc.org/
Release notes: https://jomdoc.omdoc.org/wiki/JOMDoc014
Documentation: https://jomdoc.omdoc.org/wiki/JOMDoc (and Javadocs)

JOMDoc has a command line interface as well as GUI. 

For any questions or suggestions, don't hesitate to write back!

Best,
Vyacheslav
Received on Thursday, 8 April 2010 15:04:22 GMT

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