Hi, I was wondering if:
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Basically have complete mathml markup or some other kind of html math output that is completely capable of doing what is now done for pdf output.
This would elminate the need for the clumsy workarounds that mathjax, for example, provides---there appears to be no easy way to convert arbitarilly/personally written latex packages/classes into something that mathjax can understand. Obviously the original latex code could still remain in the resulting html/mathhtml output so that people would still have access to the "original" source code.
One of my motivations is to allow for google translate to work on html math documents... it WORKS provided you add 'notranslate' to the spans: <span class="math inline">, <class="math display">latex math commands/span> etc environments. However LaTeX commands that mathjax is not familiar with are not rendered....
I realize this may be a better question on mathjax but I regard that project, while laudable, wrong headed as the real problem should be solved by a proper TeX-like engine like ConTeXt can solve this problem(s)?
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On Tue, 31 Jan 2017, Federer Fanatic wrote:
Hi, I was wondering if:
Basically have complete mathml markup or some other kind of html math output that is completely capable of doing what is now done for pdf output.
Have you looked at export mechanism: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Export http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/267896/323
This would elminate the need for the clumsy workarounds that mathjax, for example, provides---there appears to be no easy way to convert arbitarilly/personally written latex packages/classes into something that mathjax can understand. Obviously the original latex code could still remain in the resulting html/mathhtml output so that people would still have access to the "original" source code.
The export mechanism converts TeX math to MathML, which I believe mathjax can handle.
Aditya
Thanks for providing some feedback!
FF
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On Thu, Feb 2, 2017 at 12:48 PM, Aditya Mahajan adityam@umich.edu wrote:
On Tue, 31 Jan 2017, Federer Fanatic wrote:
Hi, I was wondering if:
Basically have complete mathml markup or some other kind of html math output that is completely capable of doing what is now done for pdf output.
Have you looked at export mechanism: http://wiki.contextgarden.net/Export http://tex.stackexchange.com/a/267896/323
This would elminate the need for the clumsy workarounds that mathjax, for example, provides---there appears to be no easy way to convert arbitarilly/personally written latex packages/classes into something that mathjax can understand. Obviously the original latex code could still remain in the resulting html/mathhtml output so that people would still have access to the "original" source code.
The export mechanism converts TeX math to MathML, which I believe mathjax can handle.
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