El s=E1b, 08052004 a las 11:20, George Geller escribi=F3:
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> I put in this test data:
> {FORMULA()}e=3Dmc^2{FORMULA}
> {FORMULA()}\sqrt{2} \approx 1.4{FORMULA}
> {FORMULA()}\sqrt{1} =3D i{FORMULA}
> {FORMULA()}\int_{N}^{N} e^x\, dx \,\!{FORMULA}
> The first three work perfectly. The fourth works, but some junk is lef=
r
> over in the rendered page. So, the simple syntax works, but when it
> gets more complex, it seems to break the wiki parser.
Yes, happened the same. I think parse_data could lost track on where the
data have with something very similar to the end tag of a plugin ({N})
inside the formula.
Also, be aware on my original post about my doubts on the license of
that. Found something in web mailing list, tested, worked, posted, then
saw that the mailing list was a dev discussion for mediawiki, that is
gpl. I don't know if that, because from where it comes, have implicit
the license of mediawiki, and then can't be bundled with tiki (could be
a separate download anyway),
To go a bit far in the mediawiki/wikipedia land, in their project page
they have a textcv or something like that program that does the tex2png
work, but with a lot of refinements over it (i.e. depending on the
formula, can generate html, mathml and/or a png) but still with the same
requirements on latex/dvips/convert. With that program im possitive
about that it is gpl, so or the plugin have in the readme "download this
there" or is a separate download including it and with gpl license.
