From: Ping Yeh <ping@pi...>  20050615 16:24:15

Hello, I have been using MoinMoin as the web for my freshman general physics course. The latex parser is very useful in writing exercises and solutions. Thanks for everyone that makes this working so nicely! (In case you are curious, see http://ping.phys.ntu.edu.tw/course/GPB22004/Exercise5.) Now I'd like to go one step further for next semester. I wish to use the itex2MML tool to convert TeXlike math markups into MathML, similar to the blog page http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/~distler/blog/archives/000541.html For this to really work nicely, it has to work both in blocks (like {{{#!math some math here}}} ) as well as inline (like $\gamma \ge 1$ for any $\beta$.). It seems this has to go into wiki.py by introducing inline math markups like $$... $$. This may break the lineparsing scheme in wiki.py. Am I thinking something totally crazy, or this is a good thing to do? I'm starting to write a math.py parser (block mode only). Your advices are appreciated. Regards, Ping 