[texhax] Grammar BNF of the TEX system
will.adams at frycomm.com
Tue Feb 21 21:46:29 CET 2006
On Feb 20, 2006, at 4:12 AM, Patricia Stoffel wrote:
> Our idea is transform a Tex-file into code HTML. For this, we need
> the BNF
> grammar of the TEX-langage to adapt it at our needs (we do not
> want use all
> the grammar, and limit our-selves at some commands) .
> Do you know some contacts, who we can contact for more information
> at this
There's been some discussion of this sort of thing in the past, but
it's my understanding it doesn't exist, per this thread on usenet:
That said, I think w/ a restricted subset as you describe, it should
be possible, and an admirable, and potentially useful project.
Best of luck!
senior graphic designer
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