Well damn I'm also interested, especially as I was thinking about developing it for myself anyway. -- Bryan Rasmussen Quoting Pieter Reint Siegers Kort <pieter.siegers@xxxxxxxxxxx>: > Why not create a project on SF.net? All would be benefitted with that move, > I think. > > Apart from that, did you also post your offer on the SVG list monitored by > Kurt Gagle? > > A bit getting OT, but anyway, here it goes, for the good cause :-) > > Cheers, > <prs/> > > -----Original Message----- > From: Matthew L. Avizinis [mailto:mla@xxxxxxxxx] > Sent: Tuesday, November 16, 2004 9:39 AM > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: Re: mathML2SVG > > I sent this yesterday, but apparently it failed. so here it is again > > ok, then. I'll put the stuff together. However, I think I'll let you > folks > peruse the code first before any other announcement -- there're probably a > good number of defects or code that can be better written and additionally > I'm a stinker when it comes to commentary, for the most part. > Anyhow, is there a preferred method of posting here? some of the files are > fairly long. should I just provide a bunch of http links to a set of files > or should I post several messages here with the contents of each file > included as text and notated where the start and end is for each file? In > either case it will be Wednesday or Thursday before I'll have time to put > it > up. I hope nobody turns blue holding their breath... :) Finally, the > reason I developed the thing was so that my company could better render > equations/formulae in pdf format with FOP. Works for most cases we use > around here. > Matthew > > David Carlisle wrote: > > >> Anyone here interested in a set of templates that converts a fairly > >>good subset of presentation mathML to SVG format using a fixed width > >>font? > >> > >> > > > >Me! > > > >you could announce on www-math@xxxxxx as well, and we could add a link > >on the mathml software page at w3c. > > > >Copyright and licence issues: I'm not a lwayer as the saying goes, but > >it's generally best to put something explicit in the file, GPL if you > >are happy with that or perhaps the W3C's software licence which is > >rather more easy going than GPL. See for example the licence comments > >in the MathML stylesheets at http://www.w3.org/Math/XSL which are > >copyright me, but licenced under the W3C licence (which means, > >basically you can do what you want within reason) > > > >David > > > >_______________________________________________________________________ > >_ This e-mail has been scanned for all viruses by Star. The service is > >powered by MessageLabs. For more information on a proactive anti-virus > >service working around the clock, around the globe, visit: > >http://www.star.net.uk > >_______________________________________________________________________ > >_
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