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Subject: FW: [ANN] JEuclid MathML Plugin for FOP 0.94 Released

A while back I tried to get some math formulas into my Docbook docs via
MathML and wasn't too successful. It didn't seem very straight forward.
But that was in the days before FOP 0.93 & 0.94.

Does anyone have any experience using this Jeuclid FOP plugin? If so,
can you give some pointers?

Right now I am using SAXON & FOP 0.94 and the 1.72.0 stylesheets (since
the 1.73.1 has broken extensions).

I would like to be very simplistic about this:

<para> This is a formula </para>
MathML stuff

If I could get something like that working, I would be exstatic. And I
don't get excited much anymore ;-)

Also, I build for HTML and PDF.


Dean Nelson   
Enterprise Electronics Corp

-----Original Message-----
From: Max Berger [mailto:max@berger.name] 
Sent: Saturday, August 25, 2007 4:28 AM
To: fop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org; docbook-apps@lists.oasis-open.org;
Subject: [ANN] JEuclid MathML Plugin for FOP 0.94 Released

Dear Interest Group,

with the recent release of fop 0.94 came bette plugin support, and I  
am proud to announce that the JEuclid team has released an updated  
MathML Plugin for FOP.

- Direct MathML Rendering in any of FOPs supported output formats
- Support for MathML in <instream-foreign-objects>
- Support for MathML in <external-graphics> for MathML and ODF  
(OpenDocument Formula) format.
- Support for all MathML 2.0 Presentation tokens
- Automatic baseline matching between formulas and their surrounding  

For more information and download, please see: http://jeuclid.sf.net/

for support, please mail to: jeuclid-users@lists.sourceforge.net

Max Berger
e-mail: max@berger.name

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