First, I am not sure where the problem lies, it could be my firefox setup or
something else. I get no errors running "rst2mathml.py test.txt > test.html",
but the output in firefox is not right in many aspects (no subscripts, no
superscripts, no fractions, etc., but most symbols are ok).
I first thought I had a firefox configuration issue, but if I grab from the html
only the mathml bit, and paste it into a mathml tester
(http://www.mozilla.org/projects/mathml/demo/tester.html), it is rendered ok. I
also browsed some web pages that use mathml and (even if I found some glitches)
and they appear ok in my browser.
So where the problem might be? Jensj's tool produces good mathml output as far
as the mathml tester is concerned and firefox renders mathml mostly ok, but they
don't work together (actually, I tried Opera too, same results). Anybody
actually uses it? Thanks for any comments, suggestions, etc. Note I don't know
much about html.
Alan G Isaac <aisaac <at> american.edu> writes:
> In the README:
> python rst2mathml.py document.txt > document.xhtml
> Note the xhtml extension: it is required.
> Alan Isaac
> PS Last I looked, Opera does not support MathML.
Silly me! Thanks, now it works as expected.