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Re: [Axiom-developer] Re: patch to tex.spad.pamphlet

From: Bill Page
Subject: Re: [Axiom-developer] Re: patch to tex.spad.pamphlet
Date: 28 Sep 2003 21:51:55 -0400


Ok, Cloning tex.spad to texmacs.spad (or latex.spad) seems
fairly easy to me. But how do you implement a new command

  )set output texmacs on


Also, I am quite interested in this line-breaker program.
Texmacs does not seem to apply any line-break algorithm
to what Axiom generates <frown> so the output can look
quite unreasonable. For example I tried the first example
in the book:

  integrate(1/(x**3 * (a+b*x)**(1/3)),x)

and the result is not much like the output as shown in
the book. It is all on one line.

I recall that the line break program was in C. Perhaps
it wouldn't be too hard to incorporate it into the
tm_axiom filter program.

This also brings to mind another option here. I could
modify the tm_axiom program to convert \root{n} \of {x}
to the LaTex form before passing it to TeXmacs. That way
we could continue to use Axiom's tex output.

Could you send me the line-break program? Then I will
give this a try.

Bill Page.

On Sun, 2003-09-28 at 21:38, root wrote:
> Yes, I understand that TeXmacs wants LaTex.
> Axiom doesn't generate LaTex anywhere.
> The TeX code is used in various places (including generating the book)
> and tools depend on it (e.g. the line-breaker used to generate the book).
> We can't change Axiom's TeX generation.
> We could implement a TeXmacs code generator in parallel. (You'll get that
> message in a few seconds. The net is rather fast tonight :-) )
> Tim

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