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[Axiom-developer] RE: tex4ht and jsmath

From: Page, Bill
Subject: [Axiom-developer] RE: tex4ht and jsmath
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2005 13:56:33 -0400


On Thursday, October 20, 2005 5:45 AM you wrote:
> ...
> Bill Page wrote:
> > 
> > Besides a stronger discipline, how can we insure that our 
> > LaTeX coding meets certain minimum standards so that it
> > doesn't cause the conversion programs to barf? Do you know
> > of any sort of 'lint' program for LaTeX that could detect
> > and warn about the "wrong way" of doing things?
> I think that chktex does this:
> it issues warnings about possible typographical errors.

Excellent! I think I will add this as an online tool in
> On the other hand, we could simply say: a proper pamphlet 
> file is a file that is correctly processed by latex and
> tex4ht. :-)

No!! That would be a mistake similar to defining HTML as the
language accepted by the Microsoft Internet Explorer browser.
Since we can do much better than that, we should.

Bill Page.

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