[texhax] TeX or LaTeX "engine" for Windows PC
uwe.lueck at web.de
Thu Mar 9 18:21:02 CET 2006
At 15:01 07.03.06, Greg Long wrote:
>I'm writing an application using Visual Basic and I would like to use the
>TeX or LaTeX
>"engine" to generate formatted mathematical equations. My application and
>interface does more than generate mathematics equations, hence, I'm not
>interested in using an existing TeX package such as MiKTeX (unless I have
>functions that call MiKTeX to generate the formatted mathematics).
>I essentially need instructions, a Tech Note, or book, that would walk me
>process of using the TeX or LaTeX "engine" to generate the formatted
>When I use the word "engine," I essentially mean source code, or other
>is compatible with a Windows PC that is the "bare bones" of TeX or LaTeX.
>code can be written in Visual Basic, C, C++, or C# (or whatever language
>the code is freely
of any help for your project?
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