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From: <dkuhlman@us...>  20101026 22:37:28

Author: dkuhlman Date: 20101027 00:37:20 +0200 (Wed, 27 Oct 2010) New Revision: 6454 Modified: trunk/docutils/docutils/writers/odf_odt/__init__.py Log: Removed compression arg from zipfile write/writestr for Python <= 2.6 Modified: trunk/docutils/docutils/writers/odf_odt/__init__.py ===================================================================  trunk/docutils/docutils/writers/odf_odt/__init__.py 20101026 10:06:06 UTC (rev 6453) +++ trunk/docutils/docutils/writers/odf_odt/__init__.py 20101026 22:37:20 UTC (rev 6454) @@ 586,7 +586,7 @@ try: # encode/decode destination1 = destination.decode('latin1').encode('utf8')  zfile.write(source, destination1, zipfile.ZIP_STORED) + zfile.write(source, destination1) except OSError, e: self.document.reporter.warning( "Can't open file %s." % (source, )) @@ 621,7 +621,7 @@ for name in namelist: if name.startswith('Pictures/'): imageobj = inzipfile.read(name)  outzipfile.writestr(name, imageobj, zipfile.ZIP_STORED) + outzipfile.writestr(name, imageobj) inzipfile.close() def assemble_parts(self): 
From: <milde@us...>  20101026 10:06:14

Author: milde Date: 20101026 12:06:06 +0200 (Tue, 26 Oct 2010) New Revision: 6453 Modified: trunk/docutils/docs/dev/todo.txt trunk/docutils/test/functional/input/data/math.txt Log: Math documentation and test update Modified: trunk/docutils/docs/dev/todo.txt ===================================================================  trunk/docutils/docs/dev/todo.txt 20101025 21:46:13 UTC (rev 6452) +++ trunk/docutils/docs/dev/todo.txt 20101026 10:06:06 UTC (rev 6453) @@ 1136,70 +1136,117 @@ Math Markup  +Both a directive and an interpreted text role are necessary. + +Directive example:: + + .. math:: + + \alpha_t(i) = P(O_1, O_2, \dots O_t, q_t = S_i \lambda) + +Inline example:: + + The equation in question is :math:`\alpha_t(i) = P(O_1, O_2, + \dots O_t, q_t = S_i \lambda)`. + + We need a generic solution, that's applicable to any output format. +Using a standard, such as MathML_, would be best. * Using a standard, such as MathML_, would be best. However, +For an overview of MathML implementations and tests, see e.g. +http://www.mathweb.org/wiki/MathML +However, + MathML in its full XML form was never thought to be usable as an input format: for a start it is far too verbose as necessitated by its intention to be expressive.  http://www.w3.org/Math/Roadmap/  so a different input format is be needed. +Hence, a different input format is needed. Alternatives: * LaTeX math syntax can be used for both, input and internal storage,  as it is +LaTeX math syntax + can be used for both, input and internal storage:  * intended for input by a human, widely used, and well documented, + * intended for input by a human, widely used, and well documented + (see, e.g., the `Short Math Guide`__) + + __ ftp://ftp.ams.org/pub/tex/doc/amsmath/shortmathguide.pdf) + * convertible to all supported output formats (building on existing extensions like `latex_math`_ (LaTeX2MathML) or the `math support in Sphinx`_ (see below for `options for HTML output`_). * Simpler, alternative input formats are defined by ASCIIMathML_ and  Microsoft's `Unicode Nearly Plain Text Encoding of Mathematics`_.  See `the culmination of a relevant discussion  <http://article.gmane.org/gmane.text.docutils.user/118>`__. + * The backtick cannot be used in a math role. Fortunately, in LaTeX + math mode the ``\grave`` macro is used instead of ``\``` for the + grave accent. Both a directive and an interpreted text role will be necessary. + * Used for input and storage by the `Math support in Sphinx`_. Directive example:: +ASCIIMathML_ + Used, e.g., by MultiMarkdown__  .. math:: + __ http://fletcherpenney.net/multimarkdown/  \alpha_t(i) = P(O_1, O_2, \dots O_t, q_t = S_i \lambda) +`Unicode Nearly Plain Text Encoding of Mathematics`_ + format for lightly markedup representation of mathematical + expressions in Unicode. Inline example:: + (Unicode Technical Note. Sole responsibility for its contents rests + with the author(s). Publication does not imply any endorsement by + the Unicode Consortium.)  The equation in question is :math:`\alpha_t(i) = P(O_1, O_2,  \dots O_t, q_t = S_i \lambda)`. +See `the culmination of a relevant discussion +<http://article.gmane.org/gmane.text.docutils.user/118>`__. The backtick cannot be used in a math role. However it is not needed, as in math the ``\grave`` macro is used instead of ``\``` for the grave accent. +Try to keep it compatible with `Math support in Sphinx`_: + +* Just one name for role and directive: ("mathblock" > "math"). + How about an alias in ``docutils/parsers/rst/languages/en.py``? + +* When the math is only one line of text, it can also be given as a + directive argument. + + + .. caution:: + + Clashs with possible use of the directive argument for type of + equation (``align``, ``equation``, ``equation*``, ...) + +* support multiple equations, which should be separated by a blank + line. + +* The ``:label:`` option selects a label for the equation, by which it + can be crossreferenced, and causes an equation number to be issued. + +* Option ``:nowrap:`` prevents any wrapping of the given math in a + math environment + Options for HTML output ``````````````````````` MathML_  is the W3C recommendation. Browser support is finally  becoming more widespread (Firefox, Opera, IE via free plugin). + is the W3C recommendation. Browser support is finally becoming more + widespread (Firefox, Opera, IE via free MathPlayer_ plugin). Others can be supported using a CSS MathML profile.  See e.g. `viewing mathematics`__ and the `MathML Browser Test`__ + See e.g. `viewing mathematics`__ and the `MathML Browser Test`_ __ http://vismor.com/documents/site_implementation/viewing_mathematics/ .. _MathML Browser Test: http://eyeasme.com/Joe/MathML/MathML_browser_test.html + .. _MathPlayer: http://www.dessci.com/en/products/mathplayer/  MathHTML_  uses CSS to style any MathML tags in an HTML page. Javascript is  then used to tidy up the mathematics in an effort to achive  typeset quality. MathHTML has been tested in Firefox, Safari,  Chrome, Opera, and Internet Explorer 8. + Converters from LaTeX to MathML include `latex_math`_ (LaTeX2MathML) + in the Docutils sandbox, MathToWeb_ (Java), TeX4ht_ (TeX based), + LaTeXML_ (Perl).  Converters  from LaTeX to MathML include `latex_math`_ (LaTeX2MathML) in the  Docutils sandbox, MathToWeb_ (Java), TeX4ht_ (TeX based). +MathHTML_ + uses CSS to style any MathML tags in an HTML page. Javascript is + then used to tidy up the mathematics in an effort to achive typeset + quality. MathHTML has been tested in Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera, + and Internet Explorer 8. MathJax_ * a JavaScriptbased engine for including TEX and MathML in HTML @@ 1212,9 +1259,8 @@ HTML+CSS format math in standard HTML enhanced by CSS rules + (Overview__, `Examples and experiments`__):  Overview__, `Examples and experiments`__  __ http://www.cs.tut.fi/~jkorpela/math/ __ http://www.zipcon.net/~swhite/docs/math/math.html @@ 1223,6 +1269,23 @@ (PNG or SVG) like e.g. Wikipedia. (e.g. with dvisvgm_ or the purepython MathML>SVG converter SVGMath_) + +OpenOffice output +````````````````` + +* MathML_ can be imported by the Math module. + + However, putting MathML into an ODP file seems tricky: + http://idippedut.dk/post/2008/01/25/DoyourmathODFandMathML.aspx + http://idippedut.dk/post/2008/03/03/NowIgetitODFandMathML.aspx + + + +* OOoLaTeX__: "a set of macros designed to bring the power of LaTeX + into OpenOffice." + + __ http://ooolatex.sourceforge.net/ + .. _latex_math: ../../../sandbox/jensj/latex_math/ .. _Math support in Sphinx: http://sphinx.pocoo.org/ext/math.html .. _MathML: http://www.w3.org/TR/MathML2/ @@ 1235,6 +1298,7 @@ .. _dvisvgm: http://dvisvgm.sourceforge.net/ .. _MathToWeb: http://www.mathtoweb.com/ .. _TeX4ht: http://www.tug.org/applications/tex4ht/mn.html +.. _LaTeXML: http://dlmf.nist.gov/LaTeXML/ .. _SVGMath: http://www.grigoriev.ru/svgmath/ Modified: trunk/docutils/test/functional/input/data/math.txt ===================================================================  trunk/docutils/test/functional/input/data/math.txt 20101025 21:46:13 UTC (rev 6452) +++ trunk/docutils/test/functional/input/data/math.txt 20101026 10:06:06 UTC (rev 6453) @@ 40,11 +40,13 @@ Math split over two lines: .. mathblock: (this one currently fails) +.. mathblock:: g(\alpha) = & (1 + \alpha + \alpha^2 + \alpha^3 + \alpha^4\\ & + \alpha^5) +Cases (realized with a matrix environment): + .. mathblock:: f(x) = \left\{ 