[pdftex] TeX output as Java graphic
Hans Hagen
pragma at wxs.nl
Sat Dec 6 12:40:18 CET 2003
At 03:33 05/12/2003, Todd O'Bryan wrote:
>How hard would it be to pull out the code from TeX that typesets small
>snippets of text (the primitives, I guess it would be) so that I could
>pass a string like "$x^2+y^2=25$" (or its MathML equivalent) and a
>starting point and have that small image be typeset correctly at that
>point. Is anyone aware of anybody doing something like this or leaning in
>that direction?
http://www.pragma-pod.com/ -> mathml processing (couple of years old but it
still runs; not the latest version of context btw)
In the context distribution is a more advance demo but that's too much off
topic for this list.
In context (roughly):
\setupoutput[pdftex]
\usemodule[mathml]
% \usetypescript[palatino][texnansi] \setupbodyfont[palatino]
% \usetypescript[palatino][texnansi] \setupbodyfont[times]
% \usetypescript[fourier] [ec] \setupbodyfont[fourier]
\starttext
\startTEXpage
\startXMLdata
<math>
<apply> <eq/>
<apply> <plus/>
<ci> x </ci>
<apply> <power/>
<apply> <sin/>
<ci> x </ci>
</apply>
<cn> 2 </cn>
</apply>
<ci> y </ci>
</apply>
<ci> y </ci>
</apply>
</math>
\stopXMLdata
\stopTEXpage
\stoptext
Hans
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