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From: David Goodger <goodger@py...>  20030124 02:53:39

Mukund Deshpande wrote: > Thanks for a detailed response. Let met give some examples, I am mainly > using math in two ways (i) inline math and (ii) math displayed on its own. I didn't realize that "itex" was a separate dialect of TeX. I found a description of itex at <http://pear.math.pitt.edu/mathzilla/itex2mmlItex.html>;. For math displayed on its own I would suggest calling the directive "itex", and implementing it like this:: .. itex:: \alpha_t(i) = P(O_1, O_2, \dots O_t, q_t = S_i \lambda) Since the directive knows its context, the \[ and \] delimiters wouldn't be necessary. They could be added on by the directive code before it calls the itex2MML program, if required. For inline math, an interpreted text role would be appropriate:: Given the HMM model (`\lambda`:itex: = (A, B, `\pi`:itex:)) and a sequence of symbols `O = <O_1, O_2, \dots ,O_T>`:itex:, ... Again, the delimting $'s should be left off. If the default interpreted text role was set to "itex", the ":itex:" role tags could be left off too. Eventually there will be a directive and/or commandline option to set the default role at runtime. Note though that since Docutils can handle all the text encodings Python can, you don't really need the "\lambda" and "\pi" markup. You could simply use UTF8 and insert those characters directly. > MathML is very verbose format so I don't think I will be directly typing > mathml in any of my documents. I will stick with > Tex math notation as it is widely used and easy to understand. Compared to MathML and other math notations, itex does seem easy to understand, but it's much less readable than the rest of the text and markup. But I suppose there's no way around it in this case. > Let me see if I can implement the texmath:: directive and tie > it with itex2mml. I will keep you posted... Please do, and let us know if you need any help. The docutilsdevelop@... mailing list would be the best place for it.  David Goodger http://starship.python.net/~goodger Programmer/sysadmin for hire: http://starship.python.net/~goodger/cv 
From: Mukund Deshpande <mukund_deshpande@ho...>  20030124 01:32:02

Hi, Thanks for a detailed response. Let met give some examples, I am mainly using math in two ways (i) inline math and (ii) math displayed on its own. The inline math is enclosed in '$' and here is an example of it, Given the HMM model ($\lambda$ = (A, B, $\pi$)) and a sequence of symbols $O = <O_1, O_2, \dots ,O_T>$, what is the probability that this sequence was generated by the model ? If I want to write equations that won't fit on a line then I go with the display math option for example, \[\alpha_t(i) = P(O_1, O_2, \dots O_t, q_t = S_i \lambda)\] Here the math is enclosed in \[ and \]. Both these options are currently supported by itex2mml. So if you give itex2MML an html document with these tags it will convert them to mathML. About your suggestion I think I will use the texmath:: directive for displaying equations that won't fit in a line, but using it for inline might be a bit cumbersome. MathML is very verbose format so I don't think I will be directly typing mathml in any of my documents. I will stick with Tex math notation as it is widely used and easy to understand. Let me see if I can implement the texmath:: directive and tie it with itex2mml. I will keep you posted... Thanks, Mukund >From: David Goodger <goodger@...> >To: Mukund Deshpande ><mukund_deshpande@...>,<docutilsusers@...> >Subject: Re: [Docutilsusers] Adding Math to reStructuredText >Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 16:10:47 0500 > >Mukund Deshpande wrote: > > Is there any way I can add math symbols/equations in reStructured text >? > > I could not find any mention of math in the reST specs. > >No direct math support exists yet (but see below). > > > I mainly interested in obtaining HTML (math via mathML) and this > > what I tried. I typed math equations using the TeX markup, by enclosing >the > > equations in '$' symbol. After that I used a tool called itex2mml that > > converts anything between $ symbols to mathML. > >Please provide a selfcontained sample, along with the commands necessary >for the processing steps. > > > Unfortunately, that did not work because reST parser substituted all the >'\' > > in the tex equations, is there way to tell the parser to not touch the >text > > between two $ signs ? > >No direct way, no. I can think of one indirect way and several direct ways >to do what you want. > >The best, direct way would be to create a new directive. > >If you want TeX notation in your source text files, there could be a >"texmath" directive. For TeX output, the TeX code would be passed through >untouched. For output formats supporting MathML, the TeX code would call >itex2mml and insert the resulting MathML markup into the document. For >output formats that don't support MathML, perhaps a MathMLtobitmap >rendering tool could be used, and the resulting image inserted into the >document. For example:: > > .. texmath:: > > (raw TeX math code here) > >If you want to use MathML directly, you could use the "raw" directive to >pass the markup through to the HTML writer (and only the HTML writer), like >this:: > > .. raw:: html > > <math xmlns="..."> raw HTML/MathML here </math> > >You could use this approach right now. > >A new "mathml" directive would be even better. It would be able to take >care of the bookkeeping details details (like the <math> tags, namespaces, >and output format compatibility issues):: > > .. mathml:: > > (raw MathML here) > >Finally, there's a quick & dirty indirect way to use TeX code, without any >programming. Use the "raw" directive with the TeX code between "$", and >preprocess the file with itex2mml. (I assume itex2mml removes the "$" >characters? If not, this won't work without another step to remove them.) >:: > > .. raw:: html > > $(raw TeX math code here)$ > >There may be other associated issues, like declaring a MathML namespace >and/or a DTD declaration. Please provide samples. > > David Goodger http://starship.python.net/~goodger > >Programmer/sysadmin for hire: http://starship.python.net/~goodger/cv _________________________________________________________________ Add photos to your email with MSN 8. Get 2 months FREE*. http://join.msn.com/?page=features/featuredemail 