- From: Paul Libbrecht <paul@activemath.org>
- Date: Wed, 8 Dec 2004 22:00:11 +0100
- To: Roger I Martin PhD <hypernexdev@hypernexinc.com>
- Cc: www-math@w3.org

Le 8 déc. 04, à 15:08, Roger I Martin PhD a écrit : >> Although I acknowledge is by no means as close in standards, >> accessibility, widespreadedness, I tend to give my 2 cents: dvi2svg >> is way to go soon. Though it requires SVG plugin which isn't so >> widespread. > Do you know of any xslt for mathml to svg? I've started one but am > interested in any other open source effort. I don't think it is reasonable to expect the layout logic richness of TeX in an XSLT stylesheet... hence I wouldn't advise it although I believe many have tried it. FixIdea uses a box-model to render MathML in SVG... The idea behind dvi2svg was, for us, to actually use it in the chain OMDoc (with OpenMath formulae) --XSLT--> LaTeX --latex--> DVI --dvi2svg--> SVG What is important here are the following aspects which, I think, few math-on-the-web solutions deliver: - web-friendlyness (and open standard!) - possibility for interactivity - high math layout quality (little has surpassed TeX on this) - font-predictability (we download them!) At least for the last step, there was no solution available. You can try it in the demo of ActiveMath. paul

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